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J+D=4 4 kids; Beverly Hills, California 14683 posts
7th Apr '13

those pics look similar to mine. and yes, it can be bumpy

Mama to A & R ♥ Due January 22 (boy); 1 child; California 778 posts
7th Apr '13

Items needed:
1/4 cup of oats
3/4 cup of coconut oil
Few drops of rosemary oil {optional}
1 tbsp of olive oil


Recipe:
Finely grind the oats to a powder/flour consistency and set aside. {You can use a blender, food processor or a Magic Bullet type of appliance.}Over a low heat, melt the coconut oil in a pan until it has a liquid consistency.
Add in a few drops of Rosemary Oil. {If you are adding it.}
Add ground oats in the pan and mix until well blended.
Now, pour the olive oil into the mixture until blended.


{This is what it will look like once all items are added

Devil Duckie 3 kids; New York 48700 posts
7th Apr '13
Quoting Dirty Sally:" These is what DS skin looks like right now "


mine looks just like that, but it's not bumpy as much as it is spotty it's not raised is what I mean.

Devil Duckie 3 kids; New York 48700 posts
7th Apr '13
Quoting Dirty Sally:" These is what DS skin looks like right now "


mine looks just like that, but it's not bumpy as much as it is spotty it's not raised is what I mean.

Mama to A & R ♥ Due January 22 (boy); 1 child; California 778 posts
7th Apr '13

Here is what a few spots of my eczema look like, I have it all over.
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And here's the psoriasis.
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They aren't the best quality pics, but I've been treating mine with the cream and it looks 10x better!

Devil Duckie 3 kids; New York 48700 posts
7th Apr '13
Quoting Mama to A ♥:" Here is what a few spots of my eczema look like, I have it all over. And here's the psoriasis. They ... [snip!] ... here's the psoriasis. They aren't the best quality pics, but I've been treating mine with the cream and it looks 10x better!"


mine starts out blotchy and then turns into the bottom pic which becomes flaky.

Mama to A & R ♥ Due January 22 (boy); 1 child; California 778 posts
7th Apr '13
Quoting Devil Duckie:" mine starts out blotchy and then turns into the bottom pic which becomes flaky. "

Mine will do that too, mine turn really deep red and a little raised. And then eventually get flaky and then turn brown (that's when the flare up calms down..) and my psoriasis is just flaky, never red or anything. Its so annoying, and even though it doesn't bother my husband, it bothers me. :(

Devil Duckie 3 kids; New York 48700 posts
7th Apr '13
Quoting Mama to A ♥:" Mine will do that too, mine turn really deep red and a little raised. And then eventually get flaky and ... [snip!] ... is just flaky, never red or anything. Its so annoying, and even though it doesn't bother my husband, it bothers me. :("


I haven't made anything homemade, but the lush stuff is ammmaaaaazzzing.



the company's founder's son has bad eczema, so that was one thing they set out to do when the formed. find natural ways to help skin issues. They also have fantastic bath and hair products, but I swear by their eczema treatment.

Mama to A & R ♥ Due January 22 (boy); 1 child; California 778 posts
7th Apr '13
Quoting Devil Duckie:" I haven't made anything homemade, but the lush stuff is ammmaaaaazzzing. the company's founder's ... [snip!] ... find natural ways to help skin issues. They also have fantastic bath and hair products, but I swear by their eczema treatment. "

I'll have to look into it, :) I'm always trying new things, its crazy how a lot of the sensitive skin products can actually make it worse. I guess because a lot of them still have chemicals in them. I heard sugar scrubs are really good for eczema too!

Devil Duckie 3 kids; New York 48700 posts
7th Apr '13
Quoting Mama to A ♥:" I'll have to look into it, :) I'm always trying new things, its crazy how a lot of the sensitive skin ... [snip!] ... it worse. I guess because a lot of them still have chemicals in them. I heard sugar scrubs are really good for eczema too! "


I am a sugar fiend. I love sweet stuff. However, If I eat a lot of sugar or are on one of my soda binges, my eczema flares horribly.



I can be in a bad outbreak, take a nice hot bath (the hotter the better seems to sooth it) with a lush bath bomb (I can make suggestions based on your scent prefrence), slather some shower smoothie on the spot, rinse it off, add the cream when I get out and the next morning I see a vast imporvement in my outbreak.



I've heard folks w/ super sensitive skin say they can't use lush products, but I've had nothing but great results with almost everything I've tried. Only when I didn't listen to my friends who used to work there did i have really bad results on a face mask LOL

Soon to be 4<3 Due January 10 (girl); 1 child; Texas 1912 posts
status 7th Apr '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Devil Duckie:</b>" I haven't made anything homemade, but the lush stuff is ammmaaaaazzzing. the company's founder's ... [snip!] ... find natural ways to help skin issues. They also have fantastic bath and hair products, but I swear by their eczema treatment. "</blockquote>




Where can I find the lush one??

Devil Duckie 3 kids; New York 48700 posts
7th Apr '13
Quoting Dirty Sally:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Devil Duckie:</b>" I haven't made anything homemade, but the ... [snip!] ... bath and hair products, but I swear by their eczema treatment. "</blockquote> Where can I find the lush one??"


www.lush.com you can order online or find a local store.

amiley Japan 19 posts
25th Oct '13

In my opinion, you just need a natural remedy for your skin. It would be save for your skin. You don't have to worry about chemical ingredients. There are various methods and ingredients that would be suitable for your eczema example: virgin coconut oil, Apply vitamin E, aloe vera gel, Make a tea of calendula, a marigold flower, with drops of lavender essential oil added, then apply to the affected area twice a day until the irritation is relieved. A more complete understanding of the remedies and solutions can be found in the following link: http://www.vanisheczema.com/