Update: PROGRESS After Following A Bizarre Eczema Routine
Hey everyone — sorry it’s been so long since my last update. I’m back with some amazing results, and I want to share my progress! Anyone wondering how to get rid of eczema should find this very interesting.
To recap, I’ve been following a routine for my eczema for about a year now. The routine is a bit unorthodox, but I can’t even begin to explain how happy I am with the results.
Here is what my arm looked like before:
Red, unsightly, irritated and itchy all the time.
But here is my arm now!
My skin has been doing so much better and I’ve been feeling so much more confident about myself that I’ve just been in my happy zone and neglecting my blog. They say that when you’re sick, it’s hard to imagine not being sick — and when you’re healthy, it’s hard to imagine not being healthy. But it’s time to report back =)
No More Itching, No More Redness
My arm was always super inflamed, and itched like crazy. The back of my hands and legs were also pretty bad. It was absolutely terrible. This is how I had gotten used to suffering on and off for years.
The itching (and scars from scratching) has gone away and I’m way more confident about my appearance. I’d say I’m about 99% of the way to normal and I have not had a flare up in a long time.
The redness has gone way down. Actually, people have entirely stopped asking me things like “why is your neck so red?” It’s nothing short of amazing. But by far the best part is that I barely itch anymore. I can’t begin to tell you how happy I am about that. The memories of super itchy sleepless nights are even starting to fade…
How To Get Rid Of Eczema Fast
The book touches upon a lot of methods for managing eczema: things you can do at home (without medication) to reduce eczema, improving skin quality through reducing allergens, tricks that you can use to stop itching, techniques that are supported by medical literature, and a lot more good stuff.
If someone had given me this program in my childhood, my eczema would have been taken care of long ago.
This has been absolutely HUGE for me in learning how to get rid of my eczema naturally; it’s really made a such a big difference in my skin and I couldn’t be happier =)
What’s even crazier: I haven’t used a single steroid cream, moisturizer, or taken any pills in months. Not even a little bit. I can’t even begin to describe how good it feels to not be dependent on that stuff anymore; to not have to worry about running out of hydrocortisone when I’m traveling; to know that I’m not causing damage to my skin anymore.
I spent a good chunk of my life trying to figure out how to get rid of eczema. At times it felt futile, but thankfully it paid off in the long run. Ok — I’m signing off again for now! Good luck everyone.