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Home-based Remedies to Prevent Eczema Flare-ups

1.Essential oils to manage eczema

Oils are considered to carry anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties. They provide moisturization to the affected area, thus, are sometimes referred to as 'natural moisturizers'. You can look for commonly available oils namely, olive oil, coconut oil and tea tree oil to treat eczema.

#Olive #oil: This oil is recommended to be applied on a daily basis on the affected areas to help soften and nourish the skin. It is highly rich in vitamin E, omega – 3 fatty acids and other nutrients that keeps the skin hydrated, preventing it from drying. In addition, it acts as an anti-inflammatory agent and prohibits the growth of bacteria and other microbes.

#Coconut #oil: It is an excellent source of moisturization. The oil carries essential nutrients that help protect the skin from bacterial and fungal infection and inhibits the growth of other microbes. The formulation of caprylic acid, capric acid, vitamin E, and K helps the oil prevent itchiness and inflammation.

#Tea #Tree #Oil: The oil is extracted from the leaves of Melaleuca alternifolia. It guards the skin from the attack of microbes. In addition, it helps in alleviating the inflammatory reaction, thus, healing the skin. Tea tree oil even carries antiseptic properties.

2. First Aid Plant- Aloe Vera

Aloe vera is considered around the globe for its healing properties. Internal and external use of this medicinal plant is found to be beneficial in alleviating the symptoms of eczema. You can apply it on the affected skin in the form of gel to receive a soothing effect and consume it in juice form to build a strong immune system.

3. Applying #Oatmeal

Being rich in nutrients, oatmeal is known as an essential component for a healthy diet. Topical application of oatmeal is taken as beneficial for eczema-prone skin.

You can either ground the oatmeal and mix it with your bathing water or simply apply an oatmeal paste on the affected area to gain the following benefits:
Provide soothing effect to the irritated skin
Reduces inflammation
Provides relief against itchiness

4. Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV)

#ACV includes varied essential vitamins and minerals that help boost the immune system. One of its major component, beta-carotene plays an important role in the renewal mechanism of skin cells and helps in making the skin healthy. It eliminates the eczema-causing toxins from the body and helps maintain the pH balance of skin.

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Allergies to pets with fur are common, especially among people who have other allergies or asthma. In the United States, as many as three in 10 people with allergies have allergic reactions to cats and dogs. Cat allergies are about twice as common as dog allergies.

What Causes a Pet Allergy?

The job of the immune system is to find foreign substances, such as viruses and bacteria, and get rid of them. Normally, this response protects us from dangerous diseases. People with pet allergies have over-sensitive immune systems. They can react to harmless proteins in the pet's urine, saliva or dander (dead skin cells). The symptoms that result are an allergic reaction. The substances that cause allergic reactions are allergens.

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Follicular Eczema Causes and Symptoms

Follicular eczema affects the hair follicles. It is most likely to appear on the back and upper arms and thighs, although it can appear anywhere on the body. Keratosis pilaris follicular eczema tends to run in families.

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