Your Questions About Eczema

Donald asks…

I have a patch of red itchy bumps on my right hand. Please help diagnose?

I have been to the doctor three weeks ago, who prescribed me “hydrocorsitone” cream, which has only provided slight temporary relief, but not cured it. I don’t think I should be using a steroid based cream for that long anyway. Please help me diagnose this condition! Thanks

admin answers:

Perhaps its Eczema
Contact eczema usually affects adults. It’s caused by contact with an allergen, such as nickel, or substances that irritate the skin, such as detergents, soaps and perfumes.
Eczema responds well to anti-septic ointments and barrier creams as well as Tea-tree oil which is good antiseptic and has antibacterial effects, so is helpful in calming inflammation.

Otherwise it could be psoriasis – Psoriasis usually appears as red, scaly patches that reveal fine silvery scales when scraped or scratched. These patches may itch and feel uncomfortable.
Psoriasis is most common on the knees, elbows and scalp, but can appear anywhere on the body. Again, this is responsive to antiseptics/barrier creams/ steroid cream or complimentary therapy such as acupuncture.

Hope this helps.

Donna asks…

what is a good treatment for excema?

I have a big, round, dry, itch excema patch on my ankle. The steroids my doctor subscribed don’t work, it just gets worse. I have researched the disease, and they say there is no known cure. Is there something I can use to alleviate the symptoms? I use anti-itch creams but they only work for awhile. I have to apply them constantly. I still scratch in between those times as they wear off. does anyone know of a really effective cream available(non-steroidal), should I get a shot of some medication?

admin answers:

Hi, you can try one of the natural remedies available on the Internet – some of them do work. For my eczema I use herbal cream by Champori quite successfully. It takes just a couple of weeks to clear the spots and then they stay clear for months on end.
Try it: Champori doesn’t need a prescription and comes with money back guarantee so if it doesn’t work for you – it’s free.

John asks…

What is the best lube for someone with eczema?

I’ve been masturbating with petroleum jelly for as long as i can remember but i have sensitive eczema and its beginning to make my penis get all irritated and red after I masturbate with it. Any suggestions?

admin answers:

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Lizzie asks…

What home remedy will cure an itchy underarm?

Lately, my underarm has been itchy and I don’t know what the cause of it is. Is there any home remedy that I can do to cure the itchiness? I’m trying really hard not to scratch it. If anyone knows of a home remedy for it, please let me know. Thank you

admin answers:


If it’s just on one side, and the other underarm is fine, that is more in favour of some local skin disease. A prime candidate, especially if there is a rash, is a mild fungus infection, (like you can get between your toes). The treatment for that would be an anti fungus cream.

The other possibilities, – dandruff-eczema, – excessive armpit sweating, – a flare-up of allergic eczema, – or an allergy to a new lotion or perfume, – usually affect both sides at once. However, nothing is impossible in medicine and these should also be considered.

Best wishes,

retired uk gp

Lisa asks…

Does eating trigger foods make temporary eczema permanent?

When a child has temporary or acute eczema, does eating trigger foods for a prolonged period of time (like eating ice cream behind their parents back even for a year) make their eczema permanent? Is that even possible or did their doctor make a misdiagnosis?

admin answers:

It won’t be forever, but it could stay longer, so if you have eczema and want to cheat your parents you better don’t do it. The doctor might be a bit strong talking, but it can still be cured..

Richard asks…

How can i get rid of my scalp psiriosis ?

Hey, so ive had scalp psiriosis for 5 years now , im a 14 year old girl if that helps .. So my psiriosis is on my forhead so i cover it up with my bangs but i would really want it to go away, i do use sebcure shampoo which helps a little big but i really want to find a cure ! So please help me !
Thanks ! 🙂

admin answers:

Here’s an article on apple cider vinegar that might help

You cannot use white vinegar – too harsh, it is all just man-made chemicals..

Apple cider vinegar is natural, and when diluted in water (1/4 cup vinegar to 4 cups water, it restores the acid balance of your skin/hair/scalp.. And it is this acid balance that keeps your skin/hair/scalp healthy..
When you use soap, you take off the acid coating.
In the article it says that apple cider vinegar smells bad – I use it all the time, and can tell you that it does not smell at ALL, when your hair is dry. In fact, apple cider vinegar is a natural deodorizer! You will not stink from using it – you will just smell clean.

Also, it doesn’t HAVE to be organic, raw apple cider vinegar – this would be BEST.. But you can just use the regular stuff at the grocery store.

To use, mix 1/4 cup apple cider vinegar (remember, no other kind!) with 4 cups of warm water in one bowl. Pour the mixture over your hair, as you lean over another bowl – try to catch the vinegar water in the other bowl, so you can rinse a few times – 4 times or so..

Do you color your hair? The vinegar will remove all product buildup in your hair, and it will remove dyes too! So, if you color your hair, you won’t want to try the vinegar.. I never use shampoo – I use the apple cider vinegar rinse, scrub really well, then rub well with a towel to dry.. The vinegar gets rid of excess oil and dirt in my hair, and the scrubbing loosens dead skin etc. I have been washing my hair like this for over 2 years. When I go to the hairdressers, they always say my hair is in great shape. The truth is, we don’t really need all these chemicals we are told to use.. Hair does not get all oily and gross if you don’t use shampoo.. 🙂

One other idea – evening primrose oil and borage oil are EXCELLENT for your skin and hair – you can buy both oils in capsules at the drugstore or health food store. For over 5 years I had eczema – my hands were literally like raw meat – all cracked and bleeding. I saw doctors, got medication and nothing helped. Finally, I did my own research. Skin needs gamma linoelic acid. (GLA) Our bodies make it.. But if, for some reason, we don’t make enough, the skin will not stay moist. It starts to become dry and that is when problems start – infections, diseases etc.. Evening primrose oil, and borage oil, are the only 2 plants that have GLA in them – by taking the capsules, you are making sure you are getting enough, and not relying on your body to make it.. My eczema completely went away – 100% cure, with no drugs – just the oil caps.. And as long as I take it, my skin stays perfect – haven’t had a problem in over 10 years now! Both these oils are expensive – the seeds have to be handpicked and pressed for the oil.. Borage oil seems to work best, and is cheaper, but can be hard to find. Primrose oil is more expensive, and although it works, I like the borage better.. You might want to give this a try – if you can restore your scalp to a healthy state, it will get rid of the psiriosis on its own..

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