Finger Eczema

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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. QUESTION:
    why do i have eczema bad on one finger but have nothing on the ones next to it?
    out of all ten, three of my fingers have bad eczema. the rest of them either have hardly any or none at all. why is that?

    • ANSWER:
      I have one out of nine.. its my ring finger.. it comes and goes. You should use hydrocoritsone cream to clear it up that is what works for me! Use get it in the first aid section.
      It could be those fingers are sensitive to the metals you wear or the soaps you use.

  2. QUESTION:
    I have isolated finger tip eczema? Can anyone suggest anything that might help?
    I only have it on my left thumb (thank goodness!) But most of the time my thumb tip get so dry it cracks open and bleeds and stays so sore. The doc prescribed some vaseline based ointment for me to use twice a day. And then told me to keep it well moisturized. I have tried this treatment for over a month and still no relief.

    • ANSWER:
      Hi, you can try one of the natural treatments for eczema from the Internet – some of them do work. For my eczema I use herbal cream by Champori quite successfully. It takes just a couple of weeks to clear the spots and they stay clear for months on end.
      Try it: champori comes with money back guarantee so if it doesn't work for you - it's free.
      yoko

  3. QUESTION:
    What's a good remedy to help my eczema on my ring finger from cracking and bleeding?
    my finger always burns whenever I wash my hands and I'm sick of my finger always cracking. hydrocortisone doesn't work. so i need a remedy that can help.

    • ANSWER:
      The main cause of eczema is overreaction of the immune system. Identifying certain foods, chemicals, etc can be very helpful in battling this disease. I try to avoid soy and milk products which trigger my flare-ups.
      After using number of prescription drugs I've turned to the natural treatments.
      Now I use herbal remedies from serenaskin.com, which aim at the root of the disease - the immune system, and are steroid-free.
      After about 2 weeks of using ointment and spray my skin has been cleared up and now I just continue with anti-eczema extract, which controls the immune system. My skin has been clear for months now.
      It is the only treatment I have found that provides me complete relief when I use it as directed.

  4. QUESTION:
    I have recurring eczema on my middle finger?
    It always comes back on the same middle finger all around it. My skin always cracks at the knuckles and it can't bend all the way because it is so swelled and will crack more. Does anyone know what to do?

    • ANSWER:
      Natural treatment worked best for me without harmful effects of steroids. I used SerenaSkin eczema herbal remedies - ointment and spray on the skin, and anti-eczema extract internally to prevent future breakouts. It is the most effective treatment I've ever tried. More than a year later my skin is still clear.

  5. QUESTION:
    Do I have eczema on my finger?
    About a week ago I noticed the middle part of my pinky finger was turning red, then it started cracking and i peeled a little bit of the skin off. Then I noticed small white bumps where the redness was, I put some antibiotics on it and put a bandaid on it, the bumps went away but the area is still a little red and itching, could that be eczema? If so what should I do?

    • ANSWER:
      http://www.skinsight.com/teen/dyshidroticDermatitis.htm

      I have that : [
      It's not as bad as the people's in the picture, just on my pinky and thumb I get it, and it's only on the tip of my pinky, and the left side of my thumb. Things like scented soaps and shampoos can make it flare up : [ and in the summer if you live somewhere hot, the heat can do it too.

  6. QUESTION:
    I have a huge blister on my finger resulting from eczema. Should i puncture it?
    Should I puncture this blister and put alcohol to prevent infection. I need some help cause it is really getting in the way!

    • ANSWER:
      No, you could be courting an infection that way. Cover the blister with a band-aid type bandage and allow it to break naturally. After it breaks treat it with hydrogen peroxide, rubbing alcohol, Neosporin or Campho-Phenique. Keep a band-on covering the lesion until danger of infection has passed then allow air to circulate around it.

  7. QUESTION:
    I have eczema on my finger, does that mean I will get asthma in the future?
    I want to know.
    My dad is Asthmatic and he also had eczema and I'm worries I will get asthma too.

    • ANSWER:
      no it doesn't. The skin on fingers is a very easy place to get eczema on since you use your hands a lot and wash them and also if its cold outside that really can dry out your skin. people can just get it because they have sensitive skin too. It has different causes for different people.
      people who have lots of allergies might get both tho but that is because they have such bad allergies.

  8. QUESTION:
    How is it possible that in less than a week i have gotten eczema on my finger?
    its gross, its itchy and scaly and sucks...how do i get rid of this??? what caused it. i just turned 30.

    • ANSWER:
      um did you go to a doctor? well you should to be on the safe side of things and its a skin disorder

  9. QUESTION:
    I have eczema on my finger on my right hand. My mom told me to put calamine lotion on it.?
    I haven't used it since the chicken pox..... but now ever since I put it on there my finger is itching like crazy.

    • ANSWER:
      Don't soak it in Epson Salt it will keep it from healing correctly..
      Try Neosporium as well.. if you think that other burns it or makes it itchy..

  10. QUESTION:
    how to get rid of eczema on finger?
    I have very bad eczema since I was a baby and on my middle finger it has just gotten to the point where I can't stand it and it's so ugly. it is always itchy, dry and irritated. I have tried different creams to moisturize it like udderly smooth, aveno baby, daily moisture renewal, and all they did was help with the itch, and nothing with the appearance. I really want to get rid of it because it is supersuper unattractive..

    • ANSWER:
      After so many tries, isn't it about time you saw a dermatologist?

  11. QUESTION:
    Eczema on my finger, how do I remove?
    How do I remove my eczema in my finger
    I dont know what to do now.

    • ANSWER:
      Hi, you can try one of the natural treatments for eczema from the Internet – some of them do work. For my eczema I use herbal cream by Champori quite successfully. It takes just a couple of weeks to clear the spots and they stay clear for months on end.
      Try it: champori comes with money back guarantee so if it doesn't work for you - it's free.
      Mol

  12. QUESTION:
    toddlers finger infected? eczema?
    hi the last couple a months my son has a very raw scaly looking patch on his thumb it is right on the tip of it looks like it is going down under the nail.

    So i brought him to the doctor who said it was nothing only he was sucking his thumb i said that he never sucks his thumb and his reply was he must be doing it behind your back (he's not even 2) im sure i'd notice of he was sucking his thumb.

    To me it looks infected but it also looks like eczema( my friend had ezcema on her fingers and if i put the two a there hands beside each other they look identical

    But scene as the doctor wont treat it because it is semenly nothing is there anything i can get to heal it.

    Ps: i cant go to a different doctor because where i live u are registered with a certain doc and thats the only doc u can see unless u to the emergency room and i dont wasnt to have to bring him to the emergency room when it is not a real emergency

    thanks in advance

    • ANSWER:
      Hello,

      Sorry to hear that you weren't able to receive answers from your doctor. That can be very frustrating.

      Even if diagnosed, eczema can be an extremely tricky thing to heal. I know a good number of people who swear by a Skin Repair cream by Suuthe by Mari. It's sort of been a miracle cream for mother's trying to heal their children's skin issues.

      The cream is also all-natural. Maybe give it a try?

      Good luck with it!
      Lauren

  13. QUESTION:
    How do I fix my itchy eczema finger!!!?
    Since I got married I have developed eczema around my wedding ring!! It's real gold, so is my engagement ring so I don't know what's going on. I've never had any skin problems before in my life, my husband has had eczema all his life - - - hopefully I didn't acquire a skin complaint as well as a new last name!!! I'd love to fix this without having to ditch my ring.
    They're both 18ct gold, I'm 100% sure of that. I was thinking that I might try tea-tree oil, what's the worst that can happen

    • ANSWER:
      did you speak to your dermatologist?

      thats the first thing to do

  14. QUESTION:
    How to cure eczema on my hands and fingers?
    I have eczema on my hands and fingers and it's makes my hands look really DRY and my finger nails are going all bumpy and has grooves. What can I do to cure/help it?
    thanks in advance

    • ANSWER:
      Hi, you can try one of the natural treatments for eczema from the Internet – some of them do work. For my eczema I use herbal cream by Champori quite successfully. It takes just a couple of weeks to clear the spots and they stay clear for months on end.
      Try it: champori comes with money back guarantee so if it doesn't work for you - it's free.

  15. QUESTION:
    Did my athlete's foot cause eczema on my finger and hand?
    So this is my 2nd time getting athlete's foot in my life. The 1st time I also got it on one of my fingers. This time the same thing happened... I thought/think? The infection on my foot (actually just my big toe) is going away but my finger has gotten much worse! And not instead of redness and itching, it's painful and has several little bumps on it. AND it's spread to the palm of my hand. Is it eczema? What could it be? What do I do? Is it contagious? If I touch something and someone else touches it, will they catch it? (if it's athlete's foot or eczema)?

    Thank you!

    • ANSWER:
      athletes foot is a fungal infection, when u have it on your feel dont touch your feet. and yes u can have a fingal infection anywhere, even down there, so watch what u touch and wash your hands well...the little bumps seem like a rash or allergy, try a benadryl. if it doesnt work try moisturizing, doesnt sound like anything contagious...then again...

  16. QUESTION:
    i have eczema on my hand finger tips can you suggest me any medicine to cure immediately.?

    • ANSWER:
      Try natural stuff. I cleared my eczema with serenaskin herbal remedies in less than 2 weeks. They do not have side effects like steroid creams. Itching subsided after first application of ointment and spray, I felt a relief right away.

  17. QUESTION:
    My finger getting re-run da eczema, little pops around but yet to b a big blisters, any botanical med 4 cure?
    Does Shea butter contained hand cream can do the best protection for hand eczema?
    Beside the fresh Aloe Vera, does any flowers, green plants can do the same job for healing the eczema?

    • ANSWER:
      Try Betnovate - n. This is the best eczema cream that I have tried.

  18. QUESTION:
    Huge eczema bubble on my finger!?
    Anyways, i been getting eczema for as long as a week now, the little bubbles have merged into one ones between two of my fingers. I think I'm out of the itching feelings, I believe now they're coming into their final days. But it's painful to touch, but i can't help but touch it with my other finger since it right next to it. I've been constantly using moisturizer and sometimes steroids. I'm just wondering if I can pop them prematurely since they're getting so big and might just pop on their own. Will it cause more infection or hurt a lot?
    I been using some steroids in the past, I don't want to start using another of steroid because it didn't have much effect on me. I'm just wondering about what would happen if i pop them now

    • ANSWER:
      get a cream called Cortisone,it works so good!
      its goes away in a day or two

  19. QUESTION:
    I have Eczema on my middle finger and it just won't go away?
    I've had it for about 2 years and I have been to the doctor twice about it. Both times they prescribed me the same treatment cream which helped it and it stopped itching and burning like it was, but after I stopped using the cream it just came back and spread all around my finger, it just seems like it will never go away. I use moisturizing cream all the time but it doesn't really help as it just dries out again. I really want to get the eczema to go away what other creams can get rid of it?

    • ANSWER:
      For me natural treatment worked better than prescription medications. . I cleared my eczema with serenaskin herbal remedies in less than 2 weeks. They do not have side effects like steroid creams. Itching subsided after first application of ointment and spray, I felt a relief right away, and I also took eczema extract to prevent future flare ups. It has been several months ago and my skin is still clear.

  20. QUESTION:
    i just worked throughout the summer as a dishwasher. i then developed a small patch of eczema on one finger..?
    throughout the summer it got much worse and began to spread. It is now very dry, cracked, itchy and bleeds and weeps alot. Some of the skin has peeled away to leave it feeling very sensitive. I've been wearing hydrocortisone cream, but it doesn't appear to be helping. I'm thinking of making a docters apppointment, but is there anything else i can do? thankyou xx

    • ANSWER:
      Moisturise your hands well at night with an emollient cream and wear cotton gloves. Always wear gloves when washing up and make sure you dry your hands thoroughly after washing.

  21. QUESTION:
    Natural treatment of Eczema with vitamins?
    I have Eczema on my fingers (mostly finger tips) and it is constantly dry and cracking. I have tried every kind of OTC lotion and even a prescription ointment. All it seems to do is lessen the condition slightly. I wear band-aids on up to 4-5 fingers and it seems to help, but it looks odd and makes typing difficult.
    Any suggestions on a Natural remedy such as vitamins or minerals?

    • ANSWER:
      The first thing you should do is look at the products you are using. Anything that has alcohol listed as an ingredient should be tossed. Alcohol always further dries out your skin, causes the product to evaporate quicker, meaning you have to use more of it often. Using it more often means you will run out sooner, and have to go buy more. That is how the industry makes money from their products.

      Another thing you should do is switch over to natural soaps, body butters, and moisturizers. If you want scented products, make your own- using fragrance oils or essential oils. Not only are they better, they can significantly alleviate or completely get rid of your skin problems. And last, but not least - they last longer.

      I recommend shea butter, coffee butter, coconut oil, and olive butter for good moisturizers. Neem oil is also very very effective,but I personally think it stinks. Mango butter is a great alternative if you dont like the heavy moisturizers, but you will have to use it more frequently - or maybe not, everybody's skin is different.

      I personally think you should start with shea butter though. Soak your hands in wwarm water for a few minutes, pat them dry - then apply the shea butter to start. Use it faithfully after you wash your hands, regularly throughout the day (take a sample size with you places), and put it on before you go to bed and even possibly wear some gloves to help lock in the moisture.

      If you keep using natural products faithfully, you will soon see a difference! You are welcome contact me if you have any questions. I have psoriasis but you can no longer tell. I am a living testimony that natural products work!

      There is so much I could tell you but you have to take it one step at a time. The first step is to pay attention to what you are using on your skin, know the ingredients in what you use, and if they actually are helping or hurting you.

  22. QUESTION:
    I have eczema on my finger?
    It's comes and goes all the time.
    How can i get rid of it? Pleeeeese!

    • ANSWER:
      Put hydrocortisone on it

  23. QUESTION:
    I have eczema on my finger.... I am on medicine for it almost a week I have been on it.
    The dr said it should be cleared up by within a week. But I am still having breakouts.

    • ANSWER:
      There are different types of eczema, and some respond better than others. I've got it that is non responsive to most medicines, and have gone for years. Call your doctor, tell them it's not responding, and ask about additional treatment.

      Lydex (sp?) is a great medication for eczema but it doesn't always work and doctors seem to be really hesitant to prescribe it.

  24. QUESTION:
    what is the best way to treat eczema without topical steroid creams ?
    I have had eczema on my right index finger for several years. I am a smoker, and am right handed, so I wonder if the smoking may be a contriguting factor.

    • ANSWER:
      Use vitamin E oil. Twice a day dring a softgel and apply it topically too.

  25. QUESTION:
    Is it bad to run hot, hot water under eczema?
    When my eczema is really itchy, I run it under hot water. Mostly my finger(where my eczema is). But I was always wondering if it's bad to do that? It relieves my itch A LOT. And it makes the itch go away temporarily. Usually after I run it under hot water, my finger is red. Please help me out! Thanks.

    • ANSWER:
      I also suffer with eczema sometimes, awful. Hot water would make the skin dryer whcih is the opposite of what you want. You need to stay hydrated so drink loads of water with a small amount of sugar, like lemon slice or a small amount of cordial or honey. Sugar in the water will make your stomach think it's food so it will go through your system quickly therefore hydrating you quicker. Believe me hydration will really help with yoyr skin condition, i thought it was rubbish until i tried it and it works.

  26. QUESTION:
    eczema on my finger spreading?
    so ive had eczuma on my finger for the past year or so, i use hydrocortizone for a few days and it will go away then after a week of not using it, it comes back so i have to apply hydrocortizone for a few days again, for the past few months it seems to have spread to my scrotum, so i apply hydrocortizone and it goes away, is there anything to take care of this permentantly? thanks

    • ANSWER:
      My step mom had the Same problem, she had Eczema all over her body especially on her shoulders and hands. She started soaking every night in DEAD SEA SALT for at least 20min. After 2 weeks she seen a huge difference. She was buying Dead Sea Salt from the Store, but it was just way too expensive for a small jar. I use the Dead Sea Salt too and i get it in a 5lb bag (its not as much as you think) at Sfbsc.com. Theres scientific studies that the Dead Sea Salt gets rid of Eczema anPsoriasisis. I really think you should try it. Good luck!

  27. QUESTION:
    I've this rash on my finger for awhile and now its turned into something?
    It stared as a eczema rash on one finger. Over the time it spread to another finger on my other hand. I've picked at it so much that at the bottom and top of my finger I have these bumps that are filled with puss. Yesterday I itched it so much that more bumps appear all over my hand. I don't know how to stop it. I need to get rid of it. My family doesn't have the money to get me a doctor so i need help from you.

    • ANSWER:
      Is there a hospital ER or welfare clinic you can go to...as you really need treatment for this...probably antibiotics to start with.....and some lotion or cream to put on it and stop the itching....but you MUST STOP SCRATCHING it ...or it will spread all over you!!
      ..it sounds like impetigo ( School sores)

  28. QUESTION:
    How do you get rid of eczema?
    I have eczema on my pink and right finger. How do I get rid of it and keep it from spreading?

    • ANSWER:
      Try herbal remedies from serenaskin.com, it's natural, no steroids.
      I used ointment and spray to clear the skin and now just take anti-eczema extract to prevent flare-ups. It works very well for me. My skin is clean for more than 9 mo now.

  29. QUESTION:
    How do i get rid of eczema?
    I have eczema on my middle finger and my two other fingers and on my wrist and arm i hed eczema when i was 1 years old

    • ANSWER:
      i have it to. i put some greesy cream on it. but you should go to the docter just to be sure what to put on it.

  30. QUESTION:
    how to cure eczema which has been troubling me for 10 yrs, iti on my finger?

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  31. QUESTION:
    What are some good eays to counter-act eczema?
    I have eczema between my fingers. Are there any other ways to get rid of the rash and dead skin besides dealing with it. Thanks!

    • ANSWER:
      Hi, you can try one of the natural treatments available on the Internet – some of them do work. For my eczema I use herbal cream by Champori quite successfully. It takes just a couple of weeks to clear the spots and then they stay clear for months on end.
      Try it: Champori doesn’t need a prescription and comes with money back guarantee so if it doesn't work for you - it's free.
      Best,
      Gus

  32. QUESTION:
    I have a dyshidrosis eczema on my fingers and have a blisters. is there a medicine for this?
    i am soaking my hand with warm water with salt is it not bad for my fingers?
    is there a serenaskin eczema remedies in the philippines?

    • ANSWER:
      The only treatment that helped clear my eczema was serenaskin eczema remedies. I used spray and ointment on the skin and took eczema extract internally to prevent future breakouts.

  33. QUESTION:
    I have eczema on my middle finger.?
    I've been given a steroid cream and a moisturiser to use in place of soap. I've heard of people outgrowing it, like my brother, but they've all been children when they had it. I'm 18, so I don't know if I will. Will it ever go away permanently or will I have it forever?

    • ANSWER:
      That's adding injury to insult.

      I have had moderate-to-severe eczema all my life (45 years). I have spots where I always flare up first, and yours might be the most expressive finger. For me it's a little spot just above my upper lip. Go see a dermatologist and show him the finger. (HE, HE.) There's some pretty powerful steroids that might be able to get the rash in check. Otherwise, ask about immunolomodulators like Protopic and Elidel. Just bear in mind those can give a mild burning sensation, but it probably won't be that bad on your finger. (It's really annoying on my face.)

      My guess is you'll have it for good, so the key is to control it. Take note of the foods you eat to see if that triggers it. For example, eczema can get nasty after eating spicy foods. Some link it to tomatoes. I know mine gets much worse with processed meats, like hot dogs, pepperoni, salami, etc.

      Good luck with that. Take care of it before it spreads.

  34. QUESTION:
    How do I get rid of eczema pus?
    Everytime when I have eczema flare-ups there will be sticky pus coming out of my skin. How do I get rid of this pus? I understand that it causes the itch. By the way, the eczema I have is on my right wrist and hand, and also around the small finger and fourth finger. I'm afraid it'll spread to the middle finger and eventually the whole hand.
    It is a sticky liquid.
    Please help me to cure my eczema! I've suffered from it for 2 years now and I've tried every cure... Steroids, even traditional chinese medicine. I'm at the moment also trying to help those sufferers out there and relieve their eczema.

    • ANSWER:
      am sorry to hear that. I was suffering from the same a few months back..I used a cream "FLUCORT-H" i am not sure if that cream is available in the US..i got it from india and it helped me a lot..I can guarantee u that while ur using that cream ur hands will remain good...the cream has the following ingredients FLUOCINOLONE..FLUOCINOLONE ACETONIDE...if u can get the equivalent of this in the US that should help...the next thing i did was switch to dove...dove shampoo dove body wash hand wash etc...also dont do dishes without hand gloves for a while...stay away from hard detergents for a while...i hope that this works...

  35. QUESTION:
    Any ideas for getting rid of eczema?
    I have had eczema since i was so little. But only in june-sept. (eczema is really really dry skin, ussulaly peels of and you have slits (cuts) in your skin) I have it on my feet soles and on my finger tips.I have tried a lot of things. Does anybody have suggestiosns?
    its heriditory, my uncles had it untill they were 13

    • ANSWER:
      yes i developed it after i moved to TX from AZ....but it's on my neck a little quarter size patch, elbows, and hands.....i have been to doctor.....and everything. they had me on elidel, steroids, al these ointments....la la la.......and better than anything i drink lots of h2o and use cortaid from the CVS/Walgreens -the extra strength cream.....and use it religiously EVERY day especially before bedtime......also use A&D ointment (especially for like tops of hands if slit i know how every bend is dreaded...this will help heal and soften skin....put mittens on at night with it ...but let it breath during day -that helps too...same with socks on feet at night )A&D is for like rashs / diaper rash i think it's in the baby isle at stores.....and also don't use any perfumed body lotions/etc. Use like jergens almond regular lotion and same with bath products.......nothing harsh but u don't have to suffer ....just don't forget to use it every day =) good luck~!

  36. QUESTION:
    Tiny blisters all over fingers:eczema or fungus?
    so ive been getting these tiny blisters all over my the middle and ring finger. blisters don't hurt. they itch and sometimes they dont but it's annoying to see new blisters forming. i havent been eating eggs but ive been eating wheat bread (i used to not have blisters forming eating bread now it seems like i do. wtf is going on)

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  37. QUESTION:
    I have really dry hands really bad around the finger nails & the same with my feet. Help?
    I do not have Eczema just really dry feet & hands. Fingers really bad.

    • ANSWER:
      I do have eczema and it is basically the same effect as what you have. This is what I do: Jafra body oil 2 or 3x a day on the effected areas for as long as nessesary. If you use regular lotions they contain alcohol and dry the skin even more. If you can't get jafra then use vaseline. Jafra is just more pleasant to use. It has pretty much cured the eczema problem for me and totally fixed the mess called my feet. i no longer need to scrape or buff or anything. Try this:
      http://www.jafra.com/intl_home.html
      Pick your country, hit join now, pick a state/providence, then city. Scroll down until you find a consultant in your area. Call her and make an order. She most likely delivers too. Ask for this: Royal Almond Body Oil. There are other scents but, this one smells like cookies. Don't get the rose or you'll smell like a grandma. The almond scent wears off in about 3-5 minutes. I'm not sure about the others. Good luck!

  38. QUESTION:
    Would paw paw ointment be good for my eczema?
    I have eczema really badly on my legs and in between my fingers. Would applying paw paw ointment my legs and fingers be good for my eczema?

    • ANSWER:
      The common treatment method for this type is steroids or steroidal creams to help the swelling, and emollients to help decrease the itch.

      Having eczema in feet can be terrible and will become worse because you cannot wear footwear and just walking can be painful.

      Many of them follow some traditional prescription medicine to cure for eczema on feet. These cure methods are tricky to apply on feet and not work very well. However, natural remedies can help you to prevent the symptoms of eczema also cure eczema on feet and hands.

      You need special care methods to cure for eczema on feet. Here are the few tips:

      1. Avoid soaps and deodorants with lotions or chemicals.
      2. Change your footwear that let your feed ventilate
      3. Avoid allergy factors. Also, check that your diet for triggers that may be affecting you.
      4. Cleanse thoroughly with the right ingredients or you may make it worse.

      These steps are part of a Natural cure for Eczema on hands and feet that you can try at home at a low cost without resorting to cortisone creams or prescription medicines. However, it is only a part of a complete treatment. There is a remedy to remove eczema completely from your feet, but you have to learn how to do it correctly.

      Go to a natural store (preferably)
      Ingredients:
      Sea Salts
      Coconut Oil
      Jojoba Oil
      Olive Oil
      Orange Oil
      Aloe Vera
      Any type of pure Milk product(soy/silk/milk/for skin)(don't use real milk because it will turn if not used right away.)
      and/or Shea Butter
      Tea Tree Oil and/or pure cucumber extract
      *Start by filling half your container with your sea Salt(1 cup)
      *in a measuring cup mix 1 cup of your other products equally and stir together thoroughly or until well mixed
      *Pour liquid mixture into your Sea Salt container and gently stir(Feel free to do this part with your hands, they will be super soft by the end)
      *Let stand for 4-6 hours to allow the salts to absorb the oils and fully mix together, but it can be used right away.
      *If you use too much oil it isn't going to hurt your mixture any, but to make the most of it, you might want to add a little bit of sea salt at a time until there is no longer a pool of oil.(Essential Oils like this can be expensive)

  39. QUESTION:
    Are you likely to get Asthma if you have eczema?
    I have a red rash on my finger, it comes up in little bumps and it itches sometimes. I think it might be eczema but I am not sure.

    This may sound silly but does that mean I have asthma or I will get asthma in the future?
    I heard Eczema is ralated to asthma, and that in some cases people can have both. My dad got eczema when he was a teenager then he got asthma years later.

    • ANSWER:
      yes they are related...... this link shows how!

      http://www.blurtit.com/q751197.html

  40. QUESTION:
    Is lanolin ointment good for my baby's (8 months) mild eczema?
    She has some eczema spots on her legs and a little on her hand. Also, is it beneficial to put the ointment on the finger with which she sucks? It's also reddened from her sucking on it. I like the ointment (same one used for breastfeeding) because it is edible and it is natural.

    • ANSWER:
      no if anything it aggravates it more i had horrible eczema and had to get many shots of steriods for it.finally at age 30 it went away.but creams that helped was nutregena fragrance free and eucerin and they now have a prescrition cream that my niece uses and clears it up in a day or 2.i don;t know about being edible though.i wouldnt think so.

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