clean and rinse them with cool water. It’s important that you clean and covers these cuts to prevent any potential flare-ups.
Fun In The Sun
Getting your daily dose of sunlight is great for eczema. The sun’s healing rays can help you with your irritated areas. The sun has UVB rays from the sun that slow the rate at which your skin grows and sheds.
Also, vitamin D helps reduce inflammation and can eventually heal or prevent eczema plaques.
Just ten minutes in the sun every day is a great and natural way to help clear up eczema symptoms. Just make sure you’re not spending too much time in the sun while also using SPF sunscreen.
Manage Your Stress Load
Eczema flare-ups can be triggered by many things like stress, smoking, or alcohol consumption. Take the time to find some relaxation each day to manage your stress load. This goes for actual flare-ups and remission. When people think of self-care, managing your emotions isn’t always at the top of the list, especially when speaking of caring for your skin.
Daily exercise for at least 30 minutes can make you feel better overall, by helping you release any negative thoughts.
If exercise isn’t your thing, 10 minutes of meditation is enough to relax your mind for the day. Regardless of your choice of activity, it’s good to stay active to keep your mind clear and body flare-up free.
Routine Is Everything
No matter where you are on your skincare journey, a solid routine is what’s going to push you forward. This will help you better manage your symptoms and live life to the fullest! Don’t be afraid to try new things because you never know what’s going to work for your routine! Once you get into the groove, the routine will be a breeze!