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My son has severe eczema. Will his skin every go back to normal ?

My son has severe eczema. They have had him on steriods for years now. We have noticed that it is bleaching his skin . We have since stopped using the steriods on him. Will his skin every go back to normal ?
Asked On : Thu, 12 Aug 2010
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Ayurveda Specialist 's  Response
Dear jessica
i recommend you taking herbAL Ayurvedic medicine for the treatment of Exzema
Yoga and Ayurveda
Soaps and detergents must not be used on inflamed skin. Special non-fragrant soaps are available in the market made from herbal ingredients. These must be used.
After bath, the skin must not be allowed to remain wet. It is water drying up from the skin that aggravates the eczema.
During bathing, olive oil added to the water helps. Similarly, an oil or a ghee massage can be had about an hour after the bath.
Baths should not be too prolonged or too frequent. Use warm water for the bath, but not hot or cold water.
Towels used for drying the skin must not be rough. Use a soft fiber towel and only pat dry. Rubbing on the skin will aggravate the inflammation drastically.
Woolens must be strictly avoided. The same applies to blankets.
Avoid sweating as much as you can.
Be wary of using objects on the skin such as spectacles, artificial jewelry, footwear, furs and synthetic fibers. Identify and isolate the allergenic materials.
People with eczema problems must not visit places where there is cold and dry climate.
Stress is also related with eczema flare-ups. Extreme emotions like anger and shock must be avoided.

Contact your nearest Ayurvedic physicians for detail
Answered: Mon, 28 Feb 2011
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