Effective Ways of Using Aloe Vera for Eczema

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The word eczema gets pronounced as ‘eg-zuh-muh.’ Eczema can happen to anybody, irrespective of age. You might notice a red patch combined with itching, particularly on the elbows, neck or knees.  These are nothing but all symptoms of eczema.

Living with eczema can become a challenge. Atopic dermatitis, an alternate term for eczema, although not a life-threating condition but needs immediate treatment to be controlled. Aloe vera for eczema is one of the best solutions to reverse this skin condition.

Aloe vera is known to provide relief to the skin when massaged on to the affected area. It also helps in treating a lot of skin disorders and is commonly advised by holistic practitioners.

Surprising Facts

  • Aloe vera plant produces a jelly-like gel and latex found under the skin of the plant, which is yellowish.
  • Did you know that you can eat aloe vera? 
  • Aloe gel is used in the treatment of frostbites, sunburns, acne, and psoriasis.
  • Aloe latex works as an excellent laxative and has no side-effects.
  • If you’re out of make-up remover, use Aloe Vera.
  • Aloe vera is very useful to treat minor burns.

How Aloe Vera Treats Eczema?

Aloe vera(1) is a succulent plant and a great piece as an outdoor and indoor decor. The gel extracted from its leaves treats eczema and psoriasis. Alovera for eczema is a powerful and natural way to get rid of the disease.

  • It is anti-inflammatory. Eczema often leads to itchy skin and causes skin inflammation. Aloe vera works as immediately as 24 hours after application.
  • Since ancient times, aloe vera has been used as a moisturizer. Aloe vera not only hydrates the skin but also protects the skin from losing its moisture.
  • A major trigger for eczema is allergies. Change in weather, contact with something, or eating a food that you’re allergic to can cause flare-ups. Using aloe-vera on such affected skin calms down the irritation immediately.

Aloe vera is not a complete cure to eczema. However, using it regularly on the affected skin will improve all the symptoms of eczema and make eczema tolerable.

Ways to Use Aloe Vera for Eczema

Mentioned below are the multiple methods of using aloe vera for eczema.

1. Aloe Vera and Rosewater 

Things you will need – 1tbsp aloe vera gel, and 1 tbsp rose water.

Method-

 Extract the gel from an aloe vera plant and mix it with rose water to form a paste.

Apply this to the affected area and leave it for ten minutes. Wash with cold water.

Repeat twice daily.

[Also Read: Argan Oil for Eczema Treatment]

2. Fuller’s Earth (Multani Mitti) and Aloe Vera 

Things you will need – 1 tbsp fuller’s earth and 1 tbsp aloe vera gel. You can also take milk of 1 tsp.

Method-

 Mix rose water/milk, aloe vera, and fuller’s earth. Add this paste to the affected by eczema. Leave it for 15 minutes before wiping with a clean, wet cloth. It is safe to be used daily.

3. Coconut Oil, Turmeric & Aloe Vera 

Coconut Oil, Turmeric & Aloe Vera 
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Things you will need – 1 tsp coconut oil, 2 tbsp aloe vera gel, and 1 tsp turmeric.

Method- 

Mix turmeric well with aloe vera and add coconut oil (in liquid form). Apply this paste to your skin and let it sit for 10 minutes. Wash with cold water. 

This is a power mask for eczema treatment.

[Also Read: Cure Eczema with Epsom Salt]

4. Banana & Aloe Vera 

Things you will need – 1 Banana, 2 tbsp aloe vera gel.

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Method-

Mix one banana and two tbsp of aloe vera gel. You can use a blender to blend them into a smooth paste. Apply this paste on your eczema affected skin and leave it for ten minutes. Wash with lukewarm water. Repeat daily.

This pack provides nourishment to the skin and makes it soft and healthy.

5. Curd & Aloe Vera

Things you will need – 2 tbsp aloe vera gel, 1 tbsp curd,1 tsp honey.

Method-

Mix all the ingredients. Apply this pack. Let it rest for 10 minutes and then wash with cold water. Repeat every day.

Aloe vera is readily available in the market, but you need to ensure not to buy a chemically laded aloe vera gel, and instead go for pure aloe vera gel. It is always best to grow an aloe vera plant and extract it in its raw and most refined form directly from the plant. 

[Read: Natural Treatments For Eczema]

A lot of people these days opt for natural remedies to cure skin infections, and ailments and nothing work better than aloe vera gel, especially aloe vera for eczema.  Aloe vera benefits the body and skin by boosting the immunity and also in healing wounds. Aloe vera for eczema is one amongst myriad remedies that can give you relief from itchiness and flakes instantly.


FAQ

1. Is Aloe Vera Gel Good for Eczema?

Without further explanations, yes!  Aloe vera gel hydrates the skin, protects the skin, nourishes it and also works as an anti-inflammatory cream. To utilize aloe vera gel further for eczema, mix it with coconut oil or turmeric and see the magic it does to your skin. Also, try the above remedies for an instant cure.

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