Sunday, 7 August 2011

Keeping eczema prone skin moist

When dealing with eczema it is important to work moisturizing into your daily routine. You will need to moisturize your skin at least twice a day. Dry skin is naturally itchy and will cause your eczema to become irritated. Before using moisturizer check the ingredients and make sure there are no added chemicals or alcohol. Both of these will cause further irritation. Remember to stay hydrated as well. Try to drink close to eight glasses of water a day. This will keep your skin healthy and better prepared to fight off your eczema.
The rising up of eczema problem like itching can be reduced to a greater extent by altering the regular diet like including more fruits and vegetables and avoiding oil foods and fatty oils. Following a perfectly balanced diet with more salads and vegetables can bring in more water restoration in the skin making it soft and supple.- Articlesbase
Keeping your skin moisturized is one of the great benefits of Manuka honey in the Manuka honey cream Manuka honey is hygroscopic which means that it attracts moisture, keeping the skin soft and moist.
In addition Manuka honey has proven anti-microbial properties which will control any bacteria that could be present due to scratching the affected areas.

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