How To Treat Eczema Fast

This is a simple guide to treat your eczema fast before it gets infected. As there are two main type of eczema – Wet and Dry, I will cover both. You will learn how to treat eczema;

Internally

Externally

Environmentally

Internally, your body needs to be detoxified so as to clear up allergies to toxins and food ingredients you eat. This can be done with a gentle herbal colon cleanse. The colon cleanse should be done for at least two months before drinking Forever Aloe Gel which is 99% aloe vera juice.

Please note:

It is important that you do the herbal colon cleanse first to prevent having a healing crisis after drinking Forever Living Aloe Gel. The Gel is very good at bringing out toxins, but if you are prone to eczema, this detox can make eczema symptoms worse at first before clearing up. As it happens, P&B shakes are also effective yet, gentle colon cleansers.

If you do a herbal colon cleanse first, it is way more gentle and gives you a better chance of your body using the aloe juice to greater effectiveness.

2. Your diet should be clear of sugary food and drinks as they contribute to inflammation which can make eczema flare up, especially wet eczema. You can eat apples instead and make vegetable juices that contain apples to sweeten the taste. Floury food should also be avoided.

Simply put;

The less processed your food, the more easily you will be able to digest it without being allergic to any of the ingredients. Most people who have eczema are also lactose-intolerant. This means no cow milk products.

So you can eat beans that have been soaked overnight then cooked slowly the following morning. Tubers, vegetables and seeds. For example, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds and flax seeds (linseeds).

3. Making avocado smoothies for breakfast is also a brilliant idea as avocados are very nourishing to skin and make it more normal to look at and touch.

Externally

Whether you have dry or wet eczema, it is important to keep your skin clean by taking Moor Mud baths. Simply add 2 tablespoons of olive oil to a bath filled with water. Add half a tablespoon of Moor Mud to the bath and soak for 20 minutes.

When finished, don’t rinse off. While still damp, apply a generous amount of Forever Aloe Gelly on your eczema patches.

Then put on some shea butter mixed with extra virgin olive oil. girl holding a tube of aloe gelly

Remember to keep moisturised throughout the day. With aloe vera gelly and extra virgin olive oil mixed with shea butter. Or coconut oil if you are fine with that. When you need to wash the hairy parts of your body, you can use Aloe Vera liquid soap. However, the moor mud is cleansing in itself and you will not smell.

As it makes your skin 7% softer, you can take these baths three times in a row, then ease off to twice a week until the itchiness dies down. After this, you can maintain your skin by having a bath once a week.

For Wet Eczema Patches

Wet Eczema patches need to be dried out gently. For this you can smear some French Green Argiletz clay paste onto the patches and let it sit til almost dry before gently rinsing off and patting dry with a T-shirt. Apply shea butter to moisturise. As a little shea butter goes a long way, you do not need much. As it is thick, you can add a little olive oil to the shea butter and mix together.

As for your hair – you can shampoo with Forever Living Aloe Shampoo and Aloe Conditioner. This is suitable for all hair types whether you are white or black.

Warm oil treatments. You can also do this every two weeks to keep your scalp and hair moisturised.

Simply apply a quarter cup of extra virgin olive oil to damp hair and rake your fingers through your hair making sure all your hair has oil in it. Then cover your head with a plastic bag. Then wrap your head with a large towel. Leave on for half an hour or even overnight if you can. Shampoo with Forever Aloe Shampoo the following morning. This will leave your hair soft and glossy.

It is also deeply moisturising. If you have dandruff, this will disappear over time.

Hand Eczema

Due to lockdown procedures worldwide, there has been masses of sanitizer produced. People who did not have eczema on their hands before are now having it. Fortunately, Forever Living have created a skin-friendly Aloe Sanitizer which is still moisturising to hands while it works. Don’t go without one!

Environmentally

Hopefully, you should realise that furry pets cannot live with you at home as they tend to trigger flare ups. And also asthma attacks! Your clothes need to be mostly made from cotton, linen or silk as these are cool to the touch. This includes underwear and coats. Puffer jackets, gilets and coats tend to be overheating.

Talking about heat, make sure to turn off the central heating in winter. It is better to use an electric fire which you can turn on during the day for a short period of time to warm the house up.

For your bed, make sure to get rid of the duvet which can host dust mites. Get a cotton throw instead and also cotton bed sheets and pillow cases. A hypoallergenic pillow is also a good idea.

For footwear, leather is way better than plastic which can trigger eczema.

During summer, keep your house cool with fans and open your windows when indoors to allow the air to circulate.

Fragrance and perfumes can also be an allergen, so be aware of it in household detergents, cosmetics and lotions, creams.

Furniture should be leather (if you can afford it) and covered with cotton throws to prefer getting a leather burn from rubbing your skin against it.

So now you know how to keep eczema at bay.

Here are the products that you will need:

Aloe Vera Gelly

Aloe Hand Soap

Aloe Jojoba Shampoo aloe shampoo

Aloe Jojoba Conditioner aloe conditioner

Moor Mud Complete Body Mask (for baths)

Aloe Hand Sanitizer

Conclusion:

If you follow the steps above, eczema can be cleared in one month. Especially if it is widespread. Cutting out sugar is key to eczema patches becoming less itchy and getting the chance to heal. Stick to eating more natural food and be careful. Even after detoxing, if you go back to eating junk food, the eczema can rear its ugly head again.

26 thoughts on “How To Treat Eczema Fast

  1. Carolyn says:

    Hi Stella and thanks for your in-depth post on how you get rid of eczema. I had a bad case of it on my hands. The doctor said it was from using strong cleaning chemicals that I used during my day job. I found that keeping my hands dry as much as possible and using milder soaps were very useful for me. It is difficult to get rid of without proper treatment. Thanks for telling us of some products to use and some methods to try to get rid of this problem.

    • Stella says:

      Hi Carolyn,

      I’m glad you enjoyed reading this post.  Eczema is something that people want to get rid of quickly before it spreads.  Hence the need to write the article.  These days, people suffer from hand eczema a lot due to the strong cleaning chemicals in sanitizers and other products like you mentioned here.

      The only solution is to use certified organic cleaning products which are kinder to our bodies. Fortunately, Forever Living Products are certified Kosher, Halal and animal friendly.

  2. bethebest#128 says:

    First and foremost, I think it is quite interesting that your eating habits can affect how eczema manifests. The fact that you can clear up eczema, with the steps provided of course, is amazing. I love the miraculous feel of this post.

    Moreover, you are very organic and all-natural with your approach. Thank you so much for focusing on self-care and love.

    However, I do have to ask, “what inspired you to speak about eczema?”

    Also, I love how there are various different ways to get rid of eczema. Aloe vera is an excellent solution.

    In the end, cut out the sugar and processed foods. To keep your muscle is to keep ingesting a healthier outlook.

    • Stella says:

      What inspired me to speak about eczema is that I kept on having eczema flare ups over a space of 20 years and nothing conventional was working.  So I researched and educated myself on nutrition and alternative methods to clear it up.

      I also visited nutritionists and raw food coaches in my quest for help.  It worked and I don’t want to see people suffer, hence the website.  This is mentioned in the About Me section of this site….

      Thanks for all the lovely compliments!

  3. Kwidzin says:

    Well, what can I say? Once again, i have read another one of your articles and learned a load of new stuff. I had obviously heard of external eczema and i know that you can get the Environmental eczema as i know a few people who need to be selective on cloting. ut i had never heard of Internal Eczema until now.

    • Stella says:

      Oh dear! I meant how to treat eczema on your body externally and environmentally and internally.  Eczema cannot be treated using only external methods….Hope that’s more clear now?

  4. MIchel says:

    This is some great new advice that I haven’t come across before for treating eczema. I have always known that Aloe however is great for the skin, so I can only imagine that it must help for this skin condition.

    My husband suffers from Eczema on his arms, so I am going to tell him to try bathing in olive oil and moor mud, and then I think we already have the Forever Aloe Jelly, which he doesn’t always use.

    I think getting him to cut down on sugar in his diet will be a more difficult thing for him to try and do though.

    • Stella says:

      Sugar is a major culprit for causing eczema inflammation.  My aunty who is a Pharmaceutical Technician, told me that anyone who has a skin problem should steer clear of sugar.

      I followed her advice and my skin rarely flares up now.  Herbal colon cleanses are recommended for clearing up alergies as well.  Research Colonix by DrNatura.com.

      Hope this helps…after a stint away from sugar, you can include some berries into his juices for added flavour.

  5. angell70 says:

    Hi, thank you for sharing this amazing knowledge. As an owner of a lifetime eczema “dermatitis” I am completely honored to read your article, which to be honest I love it. Now that I have to make a trip to another country, I have like an eruption on my neck both sides, temples and I think to start to appear on my shoulder blades. The doctors told me that is nothing I can cure bcs it is part of my genetic bloodline also and it all depends on me, my levels of stress, lifestyle- I really take care of what I am day by day eating.

     I really love how you’ve explained and described the tested products proved to work. My question is which cream do you recommend and treat the eczema? Thank you for this.

    • Stella says:

      I’m glad you find the information posted helpful.  

      There is no cream recommended, because everyone’s make up is slightly different.  However, I do recommend olive oil, shea butter, cocoa butter or coconut oil as it penetrates into damp skin better.

      Most over-the-counter creams have synthetic ingredients that we are allergic to, so I don’t recommend any of them.

      Forever Living Aloe Vera gelly is what I do recommend though.  You can find it in my online store at http://thisaloeworks.myforever.biz

  6. Alblue says:

    Thank you very much for detailing how to treat eczema. My niece has it and it really bothers her so much. Luckily, she really loves avocado, so I’ll suggest her mom to make her avocado juice every day. I also think she will need the bath products you recommended. Should I buy a whole set from the same brand if she already has one from another brand? Maybe to increase the effectiveness? Thanks

    • Stella says:

      You can buy the Moor Mud products, as they are really effective.  However, to keep her skin clear, your niece has to cut out sugar and dairy products from her diet.  Bread and other floury products are to be avoided as well.

      It is still possible to have cakes, etc from natural food without flour, sugar or eggs…Looks like I will have to put more recipes up for you to try.

      Herbal colon cleansing will also help get rid of allergies.  Check out Colonix by DrNatura.  Effective, yet gentle. You get three month’s worth of product, so don’t be put off by their price.

  7. Dr. Mau says:

    Stella, this is a great article as it focuses on the main types of Eczema, the wet and dry types. It is good to treat this both internally and externally because at times we treat it just on the surface and after some time it resurfaces. Yes, I agree with you on the use of Aloe vera-based shampoos. It works very well for me. Have you tried Sulfur based products too? The are also super against this.

    • Stella says:

      Yes, I have tried sulphur-based products in the past, but mostly cleared my skin by herbal colon cleanses.  Very gentle and effective in getting rid of my allergies.  I have also carried out liver flushes which reset my immune system.

      I am 95% clear now and have been for the past 4 years.  However, I still drink 6-8 glasses of vegetable juice daily to maintain the health of my skin.

      Thanks for enjoying the article!

  8. Nsikan Archibong says:

    Excellent advice Stella,
    Although I do not have eczema, you have expanded on other aspects of skin condition in this post. Which the treatment suggestions you’ve provided work on them in general. Dandruff is always a challenge for me because I am not a lady who watches her hair very closely. I believe the cause of it is not washing my hair as often as I should, but I believe shampoo and aloe conditioner, as you suggested, will be very helpful. In this article, I also noticed that the type of food consumed by people who suffer from eczema is extremely similar to that consumed by people who suffer from stomach ulcers. Almost all of their food’s dos and don’ts are the same. This demonstrates how eating natural foods and detoxing can be beneficial to one’s health. I expect more of good articles from your blog.

    • Stella says:

      Your comment was interesting to read too Nsikan…

      I didn’t know that stomach ulcers get better by a change in diet.  It seems that my diet is anti-inflammatory..Hence the use of it to heal different ailments.

      I’m glad you enjoyed the article and hopefully you will see some recipes soon.

  9. Hillbilly Affiliate says:

    Eczema is something that I know a lot of people struggle with. I’m fortunate enough not to have this issue, but a few of my family members do. It’s something that they have to deal with daily, especially with the sun. They’ve taken medication and done just about everything they can to combat the issue. I’ll send them this in hopes they can start to take care of their eczema naturally! 

    Great article!

    • Stella says:

      Thanks for the kind compliments…

      Taking care of eczema naturally is better as there are no side effects to be had from using them.  (If that makes sense..)

      Together we can beat eczema…

  10. Anastazja says:

    Your article makes a lot of sense.  I do not have eczema but, from time to time, pretty bad acne.  I wonder if the information you have offered can relate to other skin conditions.  It seems logical to cut sugar out of the diet to help with internal health.  Most of the acne treatments I have tried are topical.  I am going to see what happens with the internal changes you are suggesting.  Thanks for the article.

    • Stella says:

      Yes, Anastazja, other skin conditions can be cleared with herbal colon cleanses and diet change.

      Fried food also causes acne, so it’s best to avoid that.  Grilling, roasting and boiling are better methods for cooking your food, but ultimately a balance raw food diet is best and can keep your skin looking in tip-top healthy even as you get older.

  11. MIchel says:

    Thanks for all the great advice that you have provided on treating eczema. My husband gets flare-ups on his arms from time to time, and it makes a lot of sense that the diet has a lot to do with the state of your skin. I am definitely going to invest in these aloe vera treatments so that we have them on hand for the next time.

    I was surprised to read that pets aggravate eczema. That is very sad indeed.

    • Stella says:

      Hello Michel,

      I hope your husband gets better soon.  Pets do aggravate eczema if they are furry.  It’s very unfortunate, but their dander causes flare ups.  I love cats, but can’t have them.

      Aloe vera products are very useful in taking care of eczema.  I use them every day to keep stubborn patches calm.

  12. Lionel says:

    It’s wonderful to learn that Forever Living has developed a skin-friendly Aloe Sanitizer. I’m going to cut out sugar to test if my eczema areas will be less itchy and whether I’ll be able to heal quickly. I’ll also take Moor Mud baths as you mentioned to maintain my skin clean, and perhaps, in a month, I’ll see favorable effects.

    Great article.

    • Stella says:

      Thanks Lionel.  Yes Forever Living have created an Aloe Sanitizer which is good for your hands.  The Moor Mud will help make your skin softer as well.

  13. Lizzy Stabel says:

    When I was a kid, I had Eczema the whole time and then later I kind of grew out of it. But lately, it has come back on my fingers and elbows and knees and I wanted to look for a better way to treat it than just using cortisol ointment, which just makes my skin thinner. Your hint on using forever Aloe gelly on the eczema patches is very helpful, thanks!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *