Eczema treatment – 99p essential oil to get rid of dry and itchy skin

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Eczema treatment – 99p essential oil to get rid of dry and itchy skin

Eczema is a long-term condition that causes the skin to become dry, itchy, red and cracked, according to the NHS. But, moisturising the affected sk

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Eczema is a long-term condition that causes the skin to become dry, itchy, red and cracked, according to the NHS. But, moisturising the affected skin with a peppermint oil mixture may help to relieve your eczema symptoms, it’s been claimed.

Young children are most at risk of developing eczema symptoms, but it could also develop in later life.

If you have eczema, your symptoms can vary between small patches of dry skin, to widespread, inflamed areas of cracked skin.

You could lower your risk of dry skin at home by using certain natural moisturisers.

Peppermint oil is one of the best natural remedies for eczema, it’s been revealed.

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“In addition to the therapies your doctor prescribes, you may be looking to try alternative or complementary medicine,” said medical website Healthline.

“Peppermint oil is considered to have numerous health benefits, such as the ability to relieve indigestion and calm nausea.

“Some people claim it can also be applied topically to reduce itching.

“This oil is highly concentrated. Never apply it to your face. Also, avoid using it on the chest of infants or young children as it can be harmful if they inhale it.”

There isn’t a specific cure for eczema, but some eczema treatments may help to reduce the itchy signs of eczema at home.

Emollients and creams could be found at your local pharmacy to treat dry skin.

Keeping nails short and wearing light clothing over affected areas could help to reduce damage from habitual scratching.

Speak to a pharmacist if you’re worried about the signs of eczema, or for advice on the best over-the-counter eczema treatments.



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