My eczema flares up in the winter time... I'm fine in the summer. I'm think it's due to mostly dehydration but I'm not quite sure anyone.jellytime wrote: ↑ I'm a moderate to severe eczema sufferer and I find this lotion is really effective at moisturizer my skin without making it feel sticky or heavy. I add a dab of vaseline to it when I apply and it feels the best on my skin. I would highly recommend trying it because if it works, I think you'll like it.
To be clear, it will not heal the eczema or make significant changes or improvements with it, it's just a moisturizer so your skin feels better. I still haven't found a longterm solution to fix eczema. The best thing i can suggest is to go gluten and dairy free, limit red meat consumption, and literally drink 8 cups of water every day and remove sugar from your diet as much as possible.
I'm using the thing called Melkfett... Essentially petroleum jelly with vitamin e enriched and it was working ok... The effect hasn't been helping me as it late.
Let me know if have any other things to try.. I wouldn't mind trying a few new things