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Top 10 Natural Ways to Treat This Common Skin Condition
8. Magnesium baths
For some people, water only seems to make their eczema even worse. If you are one of these people, this is not for you, but if water does not bother your skin, then magnesium baths can be very helpful.
Add about 1 cup of Epsom salts or magnesium flakes, along with a few tablespoon of Himalayan salt to your next bath and soak for at least 20 minutes. This is another way to help stop the pain and itching of eczema and speed up the healing process.
9. Ocean spray
If you have eczema that is the wet or oozing kind, sometimes trying to dry it out works better than trying to keep it moist. Try making a mix of water, magnesium oil, and a bit of salt and spray the affected areas. Of course, for those of you lucky enough to live near the ocean, dip the affected areas in sea water and let dry in the sun.
10. Eat gelatin rich foods
Eat more bone broth soups to get more natural gelatin into your diet. Gelatin is very soothing to the digestive system and is great for your skin and hair. Always use bones from grass fed, free range beef or chicken. For those of you who just can’t deal with making soup, there are gelatin supplements instead. Look for supplements that are “kosher” as these largely come from natural, grass fed cows and will be higher in nutrients.
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