The main function of the treatment is to reduce the symptoms of itching and inflammation, and prevent the condition from getting worse. Such as antihistamines or corticosteroid immunosuppressive medications may be administered oral or topical. Many of these medications have potentially harmful side effects and long term use is discouraged. UV therapy (phototherapy) is another treatment option for people with eczema can also be considered. The treatment is to be effective, certain changes in lifestyle are also very important.
The consumption of a healthy diet, avoid foods that may contain allergens and deepen the skin, brought regularly, keeping the skin moisturized, may well make a significant difference to their quality of life. Although many over-the-counter medications and topical prescription are effective for eczema, using these treatments for extended periods can damage the skin. The natural treatments and holistic are a safer alternative, more gentle to use no harmful side effects or allergic reactions. Best of all, you can use them as often as you need. The herbal ingredients such as oil of vitamin E, oil of Mentha pipererita, Bulbinella frutescens and Aloe ferox work quickly to soothe and promote healthy skin, without any problems. Other herbs highly recommended include Glycorrhiza glabra, Melia azadirachta, Sambucus nigra, and Stellaria media that help to provide relief from the itching and discomfort and reduce the mesangium of eczema. In addition, Matricaria chamomilla, Asparathus linearis and Galium aparine also prevent infection and inflammation as well as reduce the marks with a scar.