Home Remedies for Eczema

Moisturize Regularly

Keep your skin well-hydrated by applying a natural, fragrance-free moisturizer after bathing and throughout the day. Look for ingredients like coconut oil, shea butter, or aloe vera gel.

Oatmeal Baths

Soothe irritated skin with oatmeal baths. Grind oats into a fine powder and add it to your bathwater. Soak for 15-20 minutes to relieve itching and inflammation.

Coconut Oil

Apply virgin coconut oil to the affected areas. Its antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties can help reduce eczema symptoms.

Apple Cider Vinegar

Dilute raw, unfiltered apple cider vinegar with water and apply it to the eczema patches using a cotton ball. It may help balance skin pH and reduce inflammation.

Cold Compress

Apply a cold, damp cloth or an ice pack wrapped in a thin cloth to the itchy areas. This can provide immediate relief and help reduce inflammation.

Aloe Vera Gel

Apply fresh aloe vera gel to the affected skin. Aloe vera has anti-inflammatory and soothing properties that can alleviate eczema symptoms.


Mix turmeric powder with water to create a paste and apply it to the eczema patches. Turmeric's anti-inflammatory compounds may help reduce redness and itching.


Apply raw honey to the affected areas and let it sit for a while before rinsing off. Honey has natural healing properties and can promote skin repair.

Tea Tree Oil

Dilute tea tree oil with a carrier oil (like coconut or almond oil) and apply it to the eczema patches. It has antimicrobial properties and can help soothe the skin.

Avoid Triggers

Identify and avoid triggers that worsen your eczema. Common triggers include certain foods, allergens, stress, and harsh chemicals in skincare products.

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