Miraculous Homemade Cream For Eczema and Dry Skin

Miraculous Homemade Cream For Eczema and Dry Skin

Eczema tortures from 9 to 30 percent of people, and it is a result of atopic dermatitis and contact dermatitis. Atopic is hereditary, but it can be caused by dust mites, cold and high humidity in the air. Contact occurs due to allergic reactions to a particular product, cream or laundry detergent. Eczema usually begins as a moist wound with bubbles.

Eczema can be caused metals from jewelry, color of clothing and hair dyes, fragrances in detergents and care preparations. The result is usually eczema on the hands and feet.

If the eczema appears on the skin, it is important to watch on the preparations that you use and if possible stop using them for two weeks to see if they are the cause or  not. It is recommended to use hypoallergenic preparations, mild creams and cosmetics rich in natural fatty acids that improve skin barrier and prevent water evaporation.

Try this homemade cream which will bring delight!

Miraculous domestic Anti eczema – recipe


• 1/2 cup Shea Butter
• 1/2 cup coconut oil
• 1 tablespoon honey
• 20 drops of lavender essential oil
• 5 drops of tea tree oil


Melt the coconut oil and shea butter on the stove until they are well combined.

Remove from the heat and let the mixture cool slightly, add one tablespoon of honey.

Mix well.

Pour a few drops of lavender and tea tree essential oils.

This smells wonderful!
Mix all the ingredients good (you can use hand mixer) until you get an even mixture, then pour it into the intended container and let it sit for a couple of hours to harden.

You can keep the cream out or in the fridge, depending on how thick you want the cream to be.

After some time apply it on your skin and let the magic begin.

Use as needed.

It can be used for face and body, for all skin types.

How does this work?

Shea Butter is the fat that is obtained from the nuts of the shea tree from Africa. It incredibly moisturizes and has healing properties, especially helps with dry skin and eczema. A great advantage of shea butter is its safety. Even very sensitive skin of people suffering from atopic dermatitis almost never responds badly to it, and is safe for use in very young babies. When used in pure form, it should be most often applied to wet skin after showering in order to maximize the occlusive effect and keep the skin moisture. If it wasn’t for this plant, the cosmetic industry would be deprived of an important ingredient. If this is tested in the harsh African climate over the centuries, it then means something.

Coconut oil contains a lot of good fats; it is hydrogenated and excellent source of vitamin E. Penetrates quickly (more quickly than viscous oils such as borage, olive oil or sunflower oil, and even almond) in the skin. This cream gives lightness and smoothness to the skin. Like cocoa butter, it protects the skin from drying out, but does not create a layer on the skin.

Honey nourishes and moisturizes the skin and has anti-bacterial properties.

Lavender essential oil

The oil helps prevent infections that often occur due to scratching of the skin affected by eczema.

The perfect natural ingredients of this miraculous cream will recover the skin affected by eczema and revitalize the dry skin.

Try it, and you won’t be disappointed!

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