Nurse’s Secret – Cure Eczema Naturally With Coconut Oil Fast!

By Helen Hecker

Eczema is an acute or chronic skin disorder that is characterized by itchy rashes. These rashes can be red, dry, scaly and/or leathery. There are generally three types of eczema. These include atopic eczema, dyshidrotic eczema and nummular eczema. Atopic eczema is a chronic, usually recurring condition with “flare-ups”. This happens when new patches of eczema appear and they are called remissions when the eczema is not evident.

One possible cause for eczema that has received a lot of focus from dermatologists and other skin doctors is a shock to the nervous system or long-term mental strain or stress.

Irritant Contact Eczema is caused by coming into contact with any soap, detergent or chemical substance that you’re exposed to on a daily basis. Wrongly, many people think eczema is contagious. There are two conditions that must take place for eczema to occur: a predisposition or an irritability of the skin, and a cause. A condition called Varicose Eczema is found in the lower part of the leg.

Your type of eczema usually depends on the cause along with the locations on the body. Eczema is dermatitis that is in a more advanced stage. Infant or baby eczema on the scalp or other body areas responds very well to coconut oil. It’s a natural home remedy safe for your baby, a perfect eczema cream.

Babies, children and adults with eczema have skin that is sensitive to any or many substances such as soap, detergents, wool, make-up, cosmetics, lipstick, mascara, nail polish, shampoos, and many others.

Natural eczema treatments are best to get rid of eczema and I have found that virgin coconut oil is the best for healing eczema and/or dermatitis. Organic virgin coconut oil soothes the rough patches or itchy rashes right away and starts its work on healing eczema, dermatitis and many other skin problems safely without exposure to harsh chemical-containing eczema creams.

If the eczema is on your hands, coconut oil should be applied several times a day and at bedtime. And if the eczema is severe, it can be applied four or five times each day and at bedtime. Make sure to keep the eczema or dermatitis area moist with the oil. You can put a loose coconut oil soaked bandage on your skin.

Many people use coconut oil as a make-up remover and under foundation and it leaves skin soft, silky, and smooth. It quickly heals rashes, sores, bumps, blemishes, blisters and many other skin problems.

Health food stores and whole food groceries carry organic virgin coconut oil, usually in pint-size and quart-size jars. Make sure to buy the organic virgin coconut oil that is not refined, bleached and deodorized. Also you can order coconut oil online.

If you’re suffering from eczema or have possible eczema symptoms now you may want to give coconut oil a try. Although it’s a natural food you may want to get approval from your doctor first. Virgin coconut oil has helped many people heal their skin and cure their eczema for good. Eczema and its accompanying symptoms, provided you’ve discovered and/or avoided the cause, should heal up nicely.