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How to Treat Eczema Blisters Naturally

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Did you know that eczema blisters can be a common symptom of various types of eczema? Learn all about blistering eczema and which natural treatments can bring needed relief below.

Types of Eczema Blisters

There are a variety of eczema types that produce eczema blisters. These are:

Dyshidrotic eczema—blisters that appear on the soles of feet and sides of fingers. They are extremely itchy and can cause scaly skin patches. Learn more about  dyshidrotic eczema.

Allergic contact dermatitis —some allergens such as different types of foods, fragrances or materials (such as nickel) can cause eczema blisters. The eczema blistering can eventually break open and cause an infection.

Irritant contact dermatitis —some irritants such as harsh chemicals, detergents, dyes or more can aggravate skin and cause blistering dermatitis. In order to prevent further flare ups, it’s important to remove the irritant from your environment as best as possible in order to prevent infection.

How to Treat Blistering Eczema Naturally

Anti-Itch Treatment

Eczema blisters are naturally itchy, so reducing itchiness is quite important. These creams and ointments are great choices for blistering eczema:

EczeHerbal Dyshidrotic-Pompholyx Eczema —perfect for those suffering from eczema blisters on feet and hands too. Chinese herbs offer soothing properties while reducing inflammation and stopping the cycle of foot and hand blisters.

Emily Skin Soothers for Itchy Eczema —reduce itching and ultimately infection with this balm that contains olive oil and Chinese herbs in an entirety different format than the one above - which will work best for you?

Wet and Dry Wrapping

If your skin is extremely itchy and average moisturizing is not helping, you may want to look at both wet and dry wrap therapy . Both these treatments offer advanced relief by allowing the ointment, cream or balm to permeate the skin for longer periods of time, locking in the moisture.

All you need is eczema clothing or wraps, like the following to cover skin.

Eczema Socks

Find comfort with hypoallergenic socks that are also made with TENCEL and zinc-embedded fibers that sooth and protect skin. These adults socks and kid socks from Remedywear heal eczema blisters, especially when used in dry wrap therapy. Alternatively, these 100% cotton, elastic free  hypoallergenic socks for adults can be a great option to use in wrap therapy for those who react to everything.

Eczema Gloves

Perfect at eliminating and protecting blistering eczema. The TENCEL and zinc-embedded fibers offer soothing properties, while keeping knuckles, palms, wrists or fingers well protected. Available in both kids gloves and adult gloves . Also work well to prevent further flare ups from irritants. Alternatively, these bamboo and spandex gloves offer hand protection for kids and adults as well.

Eczema Shirts and Pants

If you happen to suffer from allergy or irritant contact dermatitis and experience blisters on your chest, back, stomach, legs, but or groin, then make sure to check out these Remedywear Pants for Adults and Remedywear Long Sleeve Shirt for Adults . Not only will it protect blisters from infection, but the fabric is very soothing against irritated skin.

Remedywear Long Sleeve Shirt for Kids and Remedywear Pants for Kids are perfect for little ones experiencing itchy and irritated blisters. Try them with dry wrap therapy for soothing, itch-reducing results.

Remedywear makes clothing for treating nearly every part of your body - see the full line of  clothing for eczema here.

Elimination Diet

If the above cannot provide needed relief, then perhaps it’s time to heal from within. An  elimination diet is a great start to discovering which foods you might be sensitive to and what might be causing your eczema to flare. Finding a great resource like Karen Fischer’s The Eczema Diet can offer you insights on how to heal internally, rather than only externally.

Resources

https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/pompholyx/

https://www.aocd.org/page/AllergicContactDerma

https://www.dermcoll.edu.au/atoz/irritant-contact-...

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Bio: Laura is a contributor and content developer for The Eczema Company. She is in no way a medical professional. Her comments, suggestions, and reflections are not intended to replace any medical advice. Always seek the help of a medical professional before undertaking any diet or lifestyle changes.


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