Your Questions About Eczema

Ken asks…

Could this be psoriasis?

I have had eczema since I was about 12 (I’m 17 now), and for the past couple of years I’ve had dry skin on my elbows that I thought was eczema. However, my mum and my paternal grandfather both have psoriasis, and I think that’s what I have on my elbows. It doesn’t bother me that much, but sometimes it flares up and becomes incredibly itchy and red. Also, the skin has a slight greyish tint which I’ve never had with eczema, and no matter what I put on it, it doesn’t go away, and sometimes it burns if I put my usual eczema treatments on it.

If it is psoriasis, what could I use on it?

admin answers:

Hello there. It sounds like psoriasis. You can try one of the natural treatments available on the Internet. Some of them do actually work. For my psor. I use herbal cream by Champori quite successfully. It takes just a couple of weeks to clear the spots and they then stay clear for months on end.
Try it: Champori is available online without prescription and comes with money back guarantee so if it doesn’t work for you – it’s free.

Chris asks…

What do you do to treat your eczema?

I asked a question a little while ago about how i could rehydrate my skin. So now i wanted to do a survey on.

1. How long have you had eczema?

2. How sever is it?

3. What treatment are you using?

4. Is it working? If so how long did it take for you to see results? and on a scale 1 to 10 10 being the best how much better has your condition gotten since the use of your method.

admin answers:

My uncle has eczema and the only thing that has worked for him was a medication called Prednisone. They told him it’s an autoimmune disease w/no cure and his is pretty bad on his forearms/elbows.

Prednisone worked about a 9 on a scale of 10.

Richard asks…

What to use for eczema/dry skin at night?

I have tried many different types of face masks and that to wear at night but none of them seem to stop my skin from getting rashy or dry. I have tried tea tree face masks, hip bone oil, face moisturizers but nothing works, I have ointments for when I get really bad eczema, so don’t talk about actual treatment because i’m already doing that so my question is what can I use at night that will stop my skin from getting rashy and dry but is still good for my skin?

admin answers:

Have you tried Vaseline? It is a good moisturizer and very neutral, too.

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