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# 1 : Tuesday 15-7-2014 @ 20:04
 
 
Went to the doc today.

In the last few days I've suddenly become riddled with Eczema.
It's on my face, in my ears and nose, on my head. If I shaved It'd look like some sort of birth mark on my chin and jaw line .

I left with about 6 different bottles of stuff for various areas of my person, and a very light wallet.

What a stupid ailment. It's basically a sickness that forces you to moisturize.

What next, something that forces you to have pedicures?
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# 2 : Tuesday 15-7-2014 @ 20:06
 
 
anyone a long time sufferer?
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# 3 : Tuesday 15-7-2014 @ 20:08
 
 
Yeah around my face and skin on hands dry out and crack open!
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# 4 : Tuesday 15-7-2014 @ 20:16
 
 
Have you changed the shower gel that you use or anything like that recently? That could be a possible cause.
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# 5 : Tuesday 15-7-2014 @ 20:54
 
 
I was diagnosed with Eczema yesterday. I've quite dark skin so apparently it is unusual. It seems that the reason is that I changed from my usual shower gel Sanex to a perfumed one I received as a gift - big mistake. I suggest you use Sanex, it is totally natural and non-perfumed. I'm also using 1% cortisone cream. Had a shower earlier and so far much relief.
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# 6 : Tuesday 15-7-2014 @ 21:16
 
 
you can use silcocks base or aqueous cream to wash as they can be worked into a lather and apply a mix of hydrocortisone cream and emulsifying ointment to affected areas
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# 7 : Tuesday 15-7-2014 @ 21:17
 
 
I don't have it but from what I here the real fun is when it gets infected. Silcoxx base is good.
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# 8 : Tuesday 15-7-2014 @ 21:20
 
 
Bathing in sea water could help. Or walking barefoot on grass or some bare earth. There is healing in the earth. It's free. :-)
this might be a bit out there, but I'm going to try it myself. Hopefully it will help in some way.
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# 9 : Tuesday 15-7-2014 @ 21:39
 
 
greenmanpp,

take a look at the post I just added in the Apple iPad "Tablet" thread.
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# 10 : Tuesday 15-7-2014 @ 21:43
 
 
Good advice on changing chemical brands there GM.
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# 11 : Tuesday 15-7-2014 @ 21:59
 
 
I sometimes wonder, If it's the water we use and what ever is or isn't in it? On top of the stuff we use, to wash and clean with?
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# 12 : Tuesday 15-7-2014 @ 22:21
 
 
Could it be that the ph of the skin is thrown out of whack? I read in a book about if your skin is itchy after a wash, the skin ph is gone alkaline. It was recommended to use less soap. Also to hand bath yourself with a mixture of cider vinegar and water, or pour some cider vinegar in bath water and soak for 15 min.
Continue what your doing. These are just ideas.
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# 13 : Tuesday 15-7-2014 @ 22:34
 
 
Someone said :
Could it be that the ph of the skin is thrown out of whack? I read in a book about if your skin is itchy after a wash, the skin ph is gone alkaline. It was recommended to use less soap. Also to hand bath yourself with a mixture of cider vinegar and water, or pour some cider vinegar in bath water and soak for 15 min.
Continue what your doing. These are just ideas.

And walk around, with a bag of chips on your shoulder?
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# 14 : Tuesday 15-7-2014 @ 22:38
 
 
Someone said :

And walk around, with a bag of chips on your shoulder?

No. But it seems that your walking around with a granite block on yours.
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# 15 : Tuesday 15-7-2014 @ 22:42
 
 
A friend of mine had injections at home via an NHS nurse and they cost thousands of pounds - All done for free and his skin is perfect now
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