In this section we cover the good, the bad, the ugly and the odd side of eczema soaps, washes, scrubs and bath treatments.

 
 
  • Oatmeal Bath for Eczema

    Oatmeal Bath for Eczema

     Oatmeal Baths for Eczema Easily one of the most popular types of bath products and treatments for eczema, the famous oatmeal bath soak has been doing the rounds for a …
  • Vinegar Baths and Eczema

    Vinegar Baths and Eczema

     Vinegar Baths and Eczema Vinegar baths, referred to as ‘pickle the patient’, have been heralded as an effective method of eczema treatment in adults and children alike. Much like bleach, …
  • Bentonite Clay and Eczema Treatments

    Bentonite Clay and Eczema Treatments

     Bentonite Clay as an Eczema Treatment If all of the previously mentioned eczema bath treatments have not provided your dear skin some comfort, then hopefully bentonite clay will. Bentonite clay, also …
  • Epsom Salt and Eczema

    Epsom Salt and Eczema

     Epsom Salt and Eczema Salt baths are well known for their healing abilities and as treatments for helping chronic inflammatory conditions such as eczema and dermatitis. Providing muscular relief as …
  • Dead Sea Salt and Eczema

    Dead Sea Salt and Eczema

     Dead Sea Salt and Eczema Dead sea salts have many of the same anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial and neuromuscular benefits as epsom salts. The main difference between the two eczema treatments is …
  • The Benefits of Baking Soda in Eczema Relief

    The Benefits of Baking Soda in Eczema Relief

      Baking soda, bi-carb soda or sodium bicarbonate, whatever name you know it as, you will most likely recognize it as the common household mineral that sits at the back …
  • Are Bleach Baths Good For Eczema?

    Are Bleach Baths Good For Eczema?

     Are Bleach Baths Safe for Eczema? Putting bleach voluntarily into one’s bathwater immediately sets off alarm bells, and for good reason. But before we get too carried away with the …