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Allergic Contact Dermatitis usually develops over a long period of time as a result of regular contact with a substance such as perfume or make up.
Irritant Contact Dermatitis is due to contact with irritants to the skin, household detergents and chemicals are the main culprits.
Seborrhoeic Eczema affects adults or babies, in babies it is referred to as cradle cap, it is not sore or itchy and generally clears up from the age of one onwards. It looks very much like dandruff and can spread from the scalp to the face where flakes of skin can originate from the eyebrows. This type of eczema is associated with yeast growth.
Varicose Eczema more common in women, tends to develop in later life due to poor circulation, affects the lower legs and ankles.
Removal of Blocks to Health, Healing and Wellness
We have defined the major blocks to health improvement which should be considered the number one priority for resolution before one goes on to a more specific healing regimen such as that detailed in the programme above. By removing these blocks one will feel stronger and more prepared for a specific programme and will achieve far greater success with it. Please read this essential article here
The Autoimmune Protocol
Above, we detail targeted remedy recommendations for Eczema, but we further suggest that you view the autoimune protocol article and supplement pages by clicking here
To achieve overall good health and long term resolution of this health problem the remedies selected here should be combined with the autoimmune protocol remedies for the best results.
It may well be that there is some overlap and that many of the remedies in the autoimmune protocol are listed here also.
If you need any assistance in selecting the most suitable remedies, or have any questions, please Contact Us
Supplements for Eczema
The supplements recommended for the treatment of Eczema are listed below. Not all will necessarily be discussed in the article, as some may have been added after the article was posted. If a listed supplement is not mentioned within the article, or you wish to know more about any of the listed supplements, you can find out more information by clicking on that supplement below. You can also now add to your basket directly from this page.
Adrenal MAX Support
Black Seed Oil
Vitalyza 3 - Elemental Silicon