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Pick moisturizers which come in cream or ointment form. These are better than lotions. Even petroleum total revive plus reviews jelly is a good way to soothe and soften your skin. Whatever you're going to use, just be sure you get it alcohol free and fragrance free. Try to get your skin moisturized twice a day at least.


Try to be aware of anything that triggers your eczema. Flare ups of eczema can be particularly unpleasant. It is important to know what makes your eczema worse. Do scented soaps or lotions aggravate your skin? Make note of anything that causes your eczema to flare up, and make a point to avoid it.


Wear clothes that do not irritate or scratch your skin. Synthetic fabrics can cause flare-ups. Cotton is the best choice as a result. Also, wash all new clothes before you ever wear them. Make sure laundry soap is unscented and mild, and avoid fabric softeners.


Keep your home's temperature comfortable. If it is too hot or too cold, then your eczema will flare-up. When temperatures outside are hot, make use of your air conditioner, and use your humidifier when temps are low outside. A humidifier will add moisture into the air.


Winter weather can cause eczema to worsen. Anytime your skin is exposed to frigid air, it needs a protective barrier to protect it from moisture loss. On any skin areas, such as the face or neck, be sure to heavily apply a moisturizer. Moisturizers will help you avoid dry and cracking skin because it locks in your skin's natural oils.


Speak with your doctor about your eczema if changing your lifestyle isn't enough. They may be able to help you find a medication that helps ease the symptoms. These medications can be over-the-counter antihistamines or creams. More serious cases may require a prescription medication. Make sure that whatever they suggest or give you is used as directed.


If you live in an area that experiences cold weather in the winter, buy a humidifier to help decrease eczema flare-ups. During the cold winter months, we close all of our windows and turn on the furnace. This can make the air inside of a house very dry which makes the itching and dry skin associated with eczema even worse. To replace moisture in your internal environment, use a humidifier. This added moisture will keep your skin from becoming dry, cracked, itchy and irritated.


The clothing you wear can affect whether or not you have eczema flare-ups. Those with eczema should wear clothing made of cotton or cotton blend. On the other hand, clothing made of synthetic fibers and wools ought to be avoided, as they can irritate your skin. Also, wash any clothing your purchase before wearing it.