Your Questions About Eczema

Richard asks…

How to clear bad acne with home remedies?

OK so I’m 17 and for some reason a lot of the girls at my school have perfect skin…then I come along and I look like a cherry pie.

Alright maybe I’m exaggerating a bit…but does anyone know perhaps any home remedies to help clear acne? I’m already using the Clinique acne treatment but it doesn’t seem to be doing the trick. Mostly freaking out because Senior pictures are in a few weeks and I don’t want to be remembered in the yearbook as the girl with bad acne :[

admin answers:

Hello Dear Sandra,
Try this it will help you cure your acne/pimples…

Here is the immediate/ fast cure for pimple is homemade,simple and natural…
1.You can use ice:Wrap ice cubes/crushed ice in a piece of cloth and put it on the affected area for few seconds…wait few minute and try it again.This will help freeze the skin pores and remove the dirt and oil in the skin.Do this repeatedly throughout the day,It does enhance blood circulation.
2.Use Fresh Lemon Juice:It’s rich with Vitamin C, Dip a clean cotton swab into a fresh lemon juice not bottled one with preservatives,apply it before going to bed…it helps to dry up pimples very fast!
3.Use Honey:This is a great healer,it has natural antibiotics that will help heal skin infection and also prevent them too. Dip a clean cotton swab into a natural/fresh honey,apply it on the affect area leave it for half an hour/apply before going to bed.Wash off with lukewarm water.
4.Use steam:yea you got it steam…when you cook,boil water.Fill a large container with the hot water and allow the steam to come in contact with your face,it will open the pores for the skin to breathe all the oils,dirt and bacteria will come out.
5. Tea tree oil:It is a great cure for PIMPLES,it’s a simple and natural way to cure it…it contains terpinen-4-ol a good antibacterial agent,apply tea tree oil directly to your pimple and it will cure.
6.Use Aloe vera:This is the real deal! With is anti inflammatory and antimicrobial properties it will help cure skin scars eczema/pimples/acne fast.Apply aloe vera gel on the affected area or you mix it with vitamin E oil and apply,leave it overnight and you wash off with warm water in the morning.Repeat this till it disappears.
N:B – If your pimples do relocate, The reason why pimples relocate to other places is because you do allow the pores,dirt,oils from the pimples to touch other places…and please hold on/don’t take too much oily foods.
Medical help:Visit your hospital/doctor for prescription of FERROUS its a drug that will help wash/wipe the toxic from your body system/blood.

Daniel asks…

i had eczema on my stomach when i was young and it left spots?

when i was younger i used to scratch my stomach alot and now that im older it left behind spots that almost look like freckles. I really want to get rid of it because it looks horrible . Will bleachin cream work for this ? or is there a natural alternative to make the spots go away?

admin answers:

Prevent eczema scar marks by using natural moisturizing agents instead of steroid based ones. According to studies, natural moisturizing agents help to dissolve eczema scar marks; however, sufferers should be patient as results are not achieved overnight.
Look for natural ingredients such as oatmeal, macadamia oil, avocado oil, D-Panthenol and Cetiol CC. The ultimate goal for anyone who suffers from eczema is to cure themselves. The ideal situation is to cure eczema using all natural treatments. That goal can be reached right now by using the information that is contained below.

Robert asks…

Dark dots on the bottom of my feet and small itchy blisters on fingers and hands?

I have small red dots and blisters on my fingers and all over my hand! Also, I have dark dots on the bottom of my feet! Please help!

admin answers:

7.Dyshidrosis. (pomphylox, the id reaction, chronic hand eczema, dyshidrotic eczema) Google images and …… Does it look like this?
It is allergy to a dermatophyte, which is any kind of skin loving ‘bug’. Mold, yeast, bacteria, virus, parasite, pollen. It could be anywhere on or in your body. The rash on the hands(or feet) is just a red flag. Take anti-histamines for immediate relief. Fexofenadine 180mg, and 8 hours later 60mg, then every 8 hours 60mg. (Allegra to Americans and Sanofi-Aventis give out samples if you ask nicely) This is not the cure. But it will stop the itching. Go to dyshidrosis@yahoogroups for more information. Http// (my website).

This condition is your immune system over-reacting to the presence of a dermatophyte.
The most common dermatophyte is Candida in its dimorphic, mycelial form in the intestines. Which is often diagnosed as Irritable Bowel Syndrome. (IBS)
The cure is really simple, but I very much doubt you can get your doctor to prescribe it for you.
You need a two week course of NYSTATIN by drops, 2 million units daily. That is 5 drops 4 times a day: then a 2 week break, then repeat. If this does not work (and I would bet the cost of your doctor visit it does.) you need a drug called Toctino, to be taken for 90 days. This is expensive, and not great for your liver, you will find a cheaper way on the links at
I am studying this condition, also called the ‘Id reaction”. Can I ask you to tell your doctor to refer to page 651, chapter 17 in the 1st volume of the Textbook of Dermatology by Rook, Wilkingson and Ebling.?
You have to realize this is NOT contact dermatitis, and it is not eczema This is a special sort of allergy, and must NOT be treated with steroids and cortisone creams and injection at all. This makes it spread..
All the creams you put on your hand will do nothing for the cure of the condition, but soaking your hand in warm water and vinegar will neutralize the histamine and give you a couple of days relief from itching until the histamine builds up again. Neuragena Norwegian Formula glycerine cream under cotton gloves at night is the least irritant.
Some people find bleach baths help, same applies, neutralizes histamine. But also reduces the fungal load on the skin, and if your dyshidrosis is caused by a seasonal airbourne mold, this is the best treatment.

Podiatrists see a lot more of this condition in response to Tinea, which is athlete’s foot. MD doctors have only out of date treatments and it is a dogma that steroids will take down the inflammation. True, but they cause the spread to new histamine receptors. In fact, it is my theory that steroid/hormonal changes, ie puberty, the pill, pregnancy and pumping iron and the peri menopause which are all hormonal/steroid changes are the inciting cause for the yeast Candida Albicans to morph into the opportunistic pathogen of the mycelia form. This is why it is not detected on allergy tests. Everybody has Candida, but not everybody has candidiasis. Only the mycelial form of Candida seems to cause the major histamine reaction which is Dyshidrosis

Patient Questions:
Do you have any symptoms of IBS?
Do you have athlete’s foot? Ringworm? Any persistent fungal or bacterial infection?

Are you on the Pill? (or HRT)
Did you take a course of steroids or antibiotics at about the time the condition started? (prescribed or not…)

Thinking back to when this started: Did you move to a new house? Area? Or a new job? Was it moldy?

Were you trying to get pregnant? Pregnant? Just been pregnant? Breastfeeding?

Thinking back to when this started: did you have a stomach upset that persisted, did you suddenly become ‘intolerant’ to food that had previously not caused you any problems.

Can you add any information about the starting point of the condition? (Hospitalized, new relationship, rash, holiday, stress)

Ruth asks…

How successful or helpful are dermatologists?

Hi there,

From your own personal experience with them,
Has their advice managed to relieve you from stress of having to deal with Acne? has their solutions worked?

I’m yet to see one and i’m wondering how you go about seeing one?
Do you need to ask your GP to be referred?

What advice do they tend too give, and what type of medicines are they able to prescribe to you?

Thanks in advance.

admin answers:

A very low opinion of dermatologists.
There is a saying that their patients don’t get better but they don’t die either.
I had dyshidrosis for 27 years and I eventually found the cure myself. I am a podiatrist, and I have to work with dermatologists to publish the treatment. Since none of them could cure me when I had the disease, now they are going to get credit for finding the cure. That’s the way journals work.
That said, I know a few, and they are bored by acne. Some became dermatologists because they had acne and/or eczema. (I became a podiatrist because of my dyshidrosis.)
The only real cure is Accutane and that is such a dangerous drug that we all wonder how much the proposers had to bribe the FDA/TGA/NHS to pass it. More and dermatologists refuse to prescribe it because of the huge litigation against them and the manufacturers, some prescribe it because they figure it would be made and sold ‘underground’ if they did not. But most will only give it to the very worse cases.
The rant over: This is my solution, but I never had acne.Only a few spots where I rest my hand on my chin.
Natural acne control protocol:
1/ Never, ever touch your face.NEVER EVER!!!
3/ Use 3 facecloths to wash your face, one to soap on, one to soap off with very hot water, one to rinse off with ice cold water, in that order, once a day.
3/ If you are under 18 take 5,000 IU of vitamin A once a day with a full meal
4/ If you are over 18 take 5,000 IU of vitamin A twice a day with a full meal.
Do not get pregnant while taking vitamin A. Do not take any more, like Accutane, it will stop you growing.
5/ Never, ever. Pick, squeeze or pop your spot. Read number 1 again.
6/ Do this for 90 days.

A bit of advice given to me as a teenager, a bit of science as I am studying allergic reactions and vitamin A is a part of that. A bit of research: I sat in a lecture at the back and watched the acne prone pick at their faces, those with the worse acne touched their faces 32 times in an hour, the clearest complexions didn’t touch their faces even once. I have circumstantial evidence that acne is the result of dermatophyte transfer from hands to face…where it does not get washed off and is well fed by hormones, sweat and oil…just a hypothesis… But it would explain why vitamin A is so effective as vitamin A causes skin to remove dermatophytes.

Powered by Yahoo! Answers

Category: Eczema Cures


  1. Tyrone - November 24, 2014


    ñïàñèáî çà èíôó!

  2. Terrence - December 14, 2014


    thanks for information!

  3. Glen - January 23, 2015


    ñïàñèáî çà èíôó.

  4. nelson - January 23, 2015


    good info!!

  5. bruce - February 14, 2015



Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to post a comment.