To assist you in your en devour to manage your eczema I have added the below based on personal experience and others.
We know that eczema cannot be cured it can only be managed, regardless of what people say about that.
I have had a lot of feedback and even personal testimony of a series of applications of the right creams have helped many people experience a better life without having to worry about the constant interruption of scratching, redness and puffiness that many of us experience.
To get good results ensure that the below is followed:
- Cut fingernails regularly about twice week to ensure they are short.
- May seem silly but I tell you what, anything to stop you constantly scratching when your asleep. Make sure you cover your hands at night using gloves to stop scratching and irritating the skin.
- Avoid woollen garments.
- Avoid all soaps. (detergents and cleaners).
Right lets get to the chase, below are a series of creams and method of application that will aid in your treatment of eczema.
- Bath every day and put in 15ml QV oil and about 4 spoons of dissolved emulsifying ointment in hot water and bath your whole body for about 30mins in very warm water.
- Pat dry only when you get out.
- Depending on the severity of the eczema apply M-Mometasone ointment 0.1% to only limbs and body for severe cases, do not apply on face.
- If mild apply Hydrocortisone cream 1% BPC to limbs, body and face
- For hair scalp apply locoid crelo o.1% cream and massage into scalp using cotton balls.
- Before bed take Histafen 7.5ml which is an antihistamine
- In the morning take Loraped 5ml which is an antihistamine
- If eczema is infected to help treat it take 1 doxycycline antibotics tablet twice a day.
You should see a huge improvement in the next 2-3 weeks in terms of appearance and itchiness.
Best of luck!