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As I suffer from Eczema from childhood, I have been using Sulphur based soaps to ease the itching. I came across this which boasts a 10% sulphur content and also quite a large bar at 200G.

States it is long lasting so hopefully worth it for the £6.99. This was the cheapest I could find online.

If anyone can recommend anything better or at a cheaper price, please do state in the comments.
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#1
have you tried castille soap? Like Dr Bronners Liquid soap. Also maybe treat the eczema internally with Septillin syrup. This is the only thing that worked for me and also Aloe vera and coconut oil topically.
#2
kopking23
have you tried castille soap? Like Dr Bronners Liquid soap. Also maybe treat the eczema internally with Septillin syrup. This is the only thing that worked for me and also Aloe vera and coconut oil topically.

Hmm, the Casille soap sounds something to try, in which I shall go read up about it.

Personally, even though those may work, I hate greasy and oily products, hence why I've tried these.
#3
Try drinking 2.5 litres of bottled water everyday . I had eczema for years . And this Definatly helps . Hydrates the skin and also flushes out toxins
#4
Sulphur soap is ace on rosacea as well great stuff
#5
you learn something every day !! THX guys ....this is a great site.
#6
Any good for psoriasis?
#7
bigal22
Any good for psoriasis?
I met this chap with psoriasis that was in his 60s/70s and got it under control with some medication no available on nhs despite suffering his whole previous life. I wish i had written it down for times like this. Not herbal but proper pharmaceutical)


Edited By: Denbi on Jul 19, 2014 22:58
#8
Well unfortunately you didn't Denbi.

It's all ifs and buts
#9
tobin1
Well unfortunately you didn't Denbi.

It's all ifs and buts
although the point I'm making is that there is hope ! but hey just drink water !
#10
I met somebody last week . A fascinating man who not only changed my life , he taught me 2 things to that would I would never forget .

But I forgot them . And his name .
#11
tobin1
I met somebody last week . A fascinating man who not only changed my life , he taught me 2 things to that would I would never forget .

But I forgot them . And his name .[/quote[quote=tobin1]I met somebody last week . A fascinating man who not only changed my life , he taught me 2 things to that would I would never forget .

But I forgot them . And his name .
prat
#12
Grow up Denbi

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