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Treatment for Eczema

Eczema is a general term that includes all types of dermatitis and inflammation of the skin. It is often referred to as atopic skin or atopic dermatitis. Other types of dermatitis include seborrhoeic dermatitis, perioral dermatitis, and neurodermatitis.

Eczema is a combination of an inflammatory lesion with an erythema (inflammation) and vesicles (small blisters) that release a skin-irritating liquid, which can dry and crack the skin. During the inflammatory phase, the skin is red and itchy. Eczema in the face often appears on the sides of the nose (this area represents the lungs).

Eczema usually appears in fair skin types with fine skin. This type of skin usually scales due to an imbalance of the sebum (skin fat). Eczema can be the cause of dry skin. Eczema can also be the cause of skin dryness. A dermatologist should determine the exact type of eczema, and a doctor specializing in integrative medicine should help to identify underlying causes and aggravating factors.

Products for Eczema

Purifying & Calming Elixir

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Deep Hydration Oil

41 82 

Antioxidant Regeneration Essence

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Restructuring Oil Serum

41 103 

Purifying Lifting Elixir

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Face & Body Bronzing Tint

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Natural Glow – Moisturizing Foundation

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Total Hydration Balm

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Firming & Reviving Serum

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Fortifying Hair & Scalp Serum

41 90 

Thermo-active Purification Masque

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Skincare Routine for Eczema

Eczema Skincare Routine

The eczema skincare routine calms, protects, and hydrates the skin with eczema. If the skin on your body exhibits areas with eczema, follow this simple routine.

In the morning, spray Velvet Hydration on the affected areas and massage the balm Smooth Addiction into the damp skin.

While showering, treat the affected areas by applying a few drops of the oil Midnight Rejuvenation on the face or the oil Sensual Opulence on the body. Once your skin has dried, spray Velvet Hydration on the areas with eczema and massage Smooth Addiction into the damp skin.

Eczema can also appear on the scalp and can be calmed and treated by spraying Alpha Hair on the affected areas.

If the eyelids are affected, spray Velvet Hydration on the closed eyes.

Eczema Routine for the Face

If eczema appears on the face, we recommend the following facial routine for eczema. The Target Treatment Set contains all LE PURE products for the facial routine of eczema.

Day Routine Eczema

Apply a fast cleansing routine with Alpha Tonic. Apply 2–3 doses of Velvet Hydration and massage a few drops of Midnight Rejuvenation into the damp skin.

Night Routine Eczema

Apply Sensual Opulence and Alpha Tonic on a cotton pad moistened with filtered water and gently cleanse the skin. Spray Velvet Hydration on the affected skin areas and massage a few drops of Midnight Rejuvenation into the damp skin.

Weekly Routine Eczema

Once per week, after the night routine, apply a thin layer of Instant Liberation like a cream and let it act overnight. At the beginning treat a different area every night (forehead, cheeks, nose, mouth, or chin).

The different types of Eczema

There are different types of eczema: atopic dermatitis, neurodermatitis, seborrheic dermatitis, contact dermatitis, dyshidrotic eczema, discoid eczema, and stasis dermatitis.

The various forms of eczema have different symptoms that require a specific plan of treatment. It is possible to suffer from more than one type of eczema at a time.

Common symptoms of eczema:

  • Dry, itchy patches of skin
  • Burning
  • Feeling of tightness
  • Swelling
  • Thick or leathery skin
  • Reddened or discolored skin
  • Skin that is leaking fluid
  • Skin that looks scaly or crusts over

What causes Eczema?

The causes of eczema are most of the time multifactorial and involve internal and external causes. The correct diagnosis of the type of eczema allows the exploration of both internal and external factors that trigger or aggravate the appearance of eczema.

Intestine and Eczema

The state of the intestine and eczema are often closely related. Inflammation of the gut, digestive problems, and an imbalanced intestinal flora are frequently associated with the appearance of eczema.

Lungs and Eczema

Lungs and eczema have a correlation, since insufficient oxygenation in the body can lead the skin to develop areas with eczema.

Allergies and Eczema

The connection between allergies and eczema originates from the fact that allergies can affect the correct breathing and therefore cause or aggravate eczema in the skin. Allergic reactions can also be behind skin eczemas. Such reactions can be caused by food, preservatives, synthetic perfumes and skincare, metals, gums, and other substances.

Emotional stress and Eczema

Often emotional stress and eczema are connected, since the stress caused by our emotions can alter our respiration and therefore have a negative effect on our lungs and skin. It is very important to frequently breathe fresh, pure air in nature and to integrate relaxation techniques such as meditation and yoga into our daily routine. These practices can help us to improve our emotional stress management and relax our nervous system.

Nutrition and Eczema

Nutrition has an important influence on eczema. We recommend a balanced diet rich in Omega 3 and a reduced amount of Omega 6 fatty acids. Quail eggs are excellent for the lungs and skin thanks to their beneficial nutrients. Food intolerances and a deficiency of minerals and vitamins can also favor the appearance of eczemas.

Vitamin D and Eczema

Vitamin D and eczema can be connected, in case of a vitamin deficiency. It is essential to regularly control the vitamin D levels with a blood test and to correct a deficiency following medical advice.

Diseases and Eczema

Diseases can cause the appearance of eczema on the skin, for example, diabetes and diseases related to the liver or kidneys. A low immune system can also favor the appearance of eczema. Infections such as the flu that have not been adequately cured can leave long-term effects that have a negative impact on the skin condition eczema.

Hormones and Eczema

Hormones and eczema are also closely linked. Hormonal changes often have a negative effect on the skin and can aggravate skin with eczema.

Aggressive Cleansing Products and Eczema

The use of cleansers with soap or synthetic detergents (syndets) can aggravate the skin with eczema. This type of aggressive skincare products can trigger the appearance of eczema. Excessive washing and use of soap and syndets of both hands and body can eliminate the protective hydrolipidic layer of the skin and make it more prone to developing eczema.

Eczema and Chemical Skincare

Chemical skincare that contains synthetic or chemically modified ingredients can irritate the skin barrier and cause skin allergies. We recommend using only skincare products that contain food-grade (edible) ingredients and do not affect the skin’s microbiome.