The body is meant to be cared for as one runs around, helter-skelter to fend for making life better daily. The skin is a very sensitive part of the body for it gives an outer covering to the entire skeletal system of the body.
What many of us do in the quest for shelter and good standard of living is that we forget our body. I, for one, am guilty of this.
In the first week I started working with a company in my early twenties, I always wake up late for work being a newbie, and then, run through bathing and all. A few months later, I had the eczema all over my face. I didn’t have it anywhere else, but it was all over my face even though I would have appreciated it in a hidden part of my body that people won’t take cognizance of, quickly.
Yet still, I thank goodness because if not for the fact that it was in a part of my body I was ashamed of, I put into action all possible means to wipe it all out.
I won’t be selfish with these tips since we have very many people having the same ordeal.
The best thing to do while you just discover eczema on your skin is to take an OTC treatment. OTC treatment; which stands for Over-the-counter treatments are medications you can buy without a prescription. Most OTC eczema treatments are used for creaming the skin; some are used to help skin symptoms such as rash, redness and itch; i.e. it brings out/ improves the
You can also soak in a warm bath and/or take a shower and then moisturize immediately afterward (within 3 minutes). You can in addition, help calm specific symptoms of eczema by adding bleach, vinegar, salt, oatmeal or baking soda to the bath water.