As I explain in the ‘dyshidrotic eczema & how i got rid of it’ video, using soaps that contain harsh chemicals caused me to get dyshidrotic eczema on my finger.
After receiving the diagnosis from a dermatologist I took my low-quality harsh chemical-filled hand and body washes and threw them in the garbage. With the help of my dermatologist I purchased some much healthier alternatives. Dyshidrotic eczema can be cured naturally!
Here are the products I use to stay eczema-free:
Hand and Body Washes:
For the Entire Family:
Great for Children:
Geared Toward Men:
Dish Soap (don’t use dish soap containing sodium laureth sulfate/sodium laurate sulfate. I use the following brand):
Aside from changing my dish soap hand soaps and body washes, I made the following changes as well:
-I no longer use hand dryers. Instead, I use a towel or merely let my hands air dry
-I apply the two lotions listed above
-I no longer put antibacterial soaps or gels on my skin
– I wear dish washing gloves when doing the dishes to keep the super-concentrated dish soap away from my skin. I recommend the gloves below as I’ve found them to be the most durable and longest-lasting:
I hope you find this information to be useful!