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Control your indoor temperature. Eczema tends to flare up during shifts in temps or humidity. Use your herpesyl reviews air conditioner to stay cool in the warmer months. A humidifier can help you keep your skin from drying out during colder weather. Staying comfortable temp wise will help reduce the frequency of flare ups.


To reduce eczema flare-ups, there are some basic bathing rules you can follow. Use room temperature water in your tub or shower. Hot water can cause eczema flare-ups. Don't scrub your skin. Use a gentle soap alternative instead of soap itself. Pat your skin dry, and liberally apply moisturizer when you are done bathing.


Dust can cause issues. Rather than dry dusting, use a damp dust method instead. This will help capture the dust, rather than simply spreading it around the home. Also, because rugs and carpets are a beacon for dust, try not to have them in the house if at all possible.



Warm baths can help soothe the itching caused by eczema. The water should not be too hot or too cold. Try sprinkling a little colloidal oatmeal or baking soda into a bath to make your skin more soothed. One other option is adding 4 ounces of bleach to an average 40-gallon bath tub of water to eliminate any bacteria that may be on your skin.


Try to avoid over-bathing. Too much water irritates eczema. Spending more than 10 minutes in direct water stops moisturizing the skin. It actually dries it out. If you are unable to bathe within 5 to 10 minutes, try streamlining your bathing routine to make it as short and thorough as possible.

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