Beat Eczema Review-All Natural Eczema Care
Eczema is an illness that affects many people, but is particularly prevalent amongst children. The most common form is atopic eczema which is linked to allergies or may even be inherited. It causes skin to become inflamed and irritated and often affects the same areas. Fortunately, most children outgrow eczema by the age of two; however some children unfortunately will continue to suffer from it throughout their life. Eczema symptoms include an itchy rash, particularly on the arms, legs and hands, and can cause skin to appear dark, thick and scaly. It may also lead to the affected area becoming crusty and oozing, particularly amongst children.
Unfortunately, the cause of eczema is unknown, but it is thought to be triggered by an overactive response by the immune system to certain triggers such as substances or certain conditions. There is no real cure for eczema, however certain measures can be taken to keep it under control. The best form of relief is often found with lotions and creams used to keep the skin moisturized, as well as medication such as steroids and anti-histamines. It is also advisable to refrain from scratching the affected area but this can be hard, particularly for children.
Whilst medications and creams can offer relief, they don’t offer a long term solution. The best way to combat eczema is to remove the cause, but unfortunately it is hard to work out what the cause is. The Beat Eczema book was written by Susan Clark in an attempt to get to the root of the problem with eczema for all sufferers. Susan claims that her book will significantly reduce eczema symptoms, or may even get rid of it, within two weeks. This is an astonishing claim, but is backed