In the next few minutes I am going to share exactly what you can start doing today to overcome your eczema.

I am going to share how to keep your eczema under control without using topical steroid creams or products that can severely harm your skin in the long run.

If you or someone you know have eczema then please pay keen attention to the inspiring story below:

Stacey is 30 years old and just recently completed her Masters of Science Degree in Library and Information Studies at Long Island University in the United States.

She is currently working as an intern at a major auditing company in New York.

Now Stacey is a very confident and well spoken individual. She also likes to go out and enjoy herself with her close friends and family.

From the outside looking in, it may seem as if life is great for Stacey. However, it was not always like this.

Some parts were worse than others.

The terribly affected areas were the inside of her elbows, the back of her fingers, her chest, around her next and back of her knees and ankles.

What made matters worse is that her eczema itched a lot and she would scratch them really hard.

Her eczema was so bad she would scratch the affected areas with whatever objects she could find. In most cases, that would lead to bleeding and cuts to the eczema patches.

Sometimes in the day she would try to refrain from scratching by sitting on her hands but at nights she would scratch involuntarily while she sleeps.

This seems to put all of her willpower in the daytime of not scratching to waste.

By the time middle school came around Stacey was severely depressed and did not want to leave her house.

… She felt ugly all the time and just wanted to be by herself.

In school Stacey’s peers teased her relentlessly. They called her names like fish face,’ ‘scaly foot’ and many others.

As a result Stacey would go home crying because all she wanted was for her skin to be Eczema free.

During the early years of Stacey’s life her mother took her to several different doctors and health professionals to be treated for her eczema.

Every doctor Stacey visit they would tell her the same thing. They would tell her to moisturize her skin regularly and then push steroids after steroids into and onto her.

But lotions for eczema simply don’t work!

She would get relief from the itching and the rashes would fade for a while only to come back bigger and worse than before as soon as her cream ran out.

It seemed as if her skin became accustomed to the creams because after a while they simply had no effect whatsoever.

Even worse is that her skin became very thin due to the steroids in the creams that the doctors prescribed.

… And no matter how much Stacey moisturized her skin it would still be dry and flaky.

She tried Cortisone, Flucocinide,  and Cortaid but they only provided a temporary relief. She also tried Aveeno cream but it only took away the itch and the eczema was still there.

It seemed like nothing would help and her eczema would never go away.

While many other teenagers were having fun Stacey would shun away from anything social. She was embarrassed about the way she looked.

Even adults would look at her in a funny way which only shattered her self confidence even more. It seemed as if no one understood how she felt or what she was going through.

That’s when Stacey decided to search the internet for a solution to her eczema.

This was not as easy as she had hoped. There were countless websites offering ‘over night cures’ and ‘miracle solutions’. Maybe you have seen them?

Being the skeptic that Stacey was, she ignored them all.

This by the way is a very good thing to do. She instead opted to join a few Eczema discussion forums to see if there were others experiencing similar symptoms as she did.

After introducing herself to the community on one of the forums and sharing her eczema story, she got tons of replies from other persons who either were currently having the same eczema problems as she did or they had it in the past.

Then Stacey made a brilliant discovery!

What Stacey found out was revolutionary to say the least!

Is this the cure that Stacey had been praying for all her life?
Did Stacey finally found a cure to all her eczema problems?

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Juliy'Onnie Duncan October 3, 2012 at 6:14 pm

I have eczema and im really trying to get rid of it. Its strange of I never had it as a child but once I became an adult I got it everywhere. My legs, arms, chest, neck, face and also in my hair. Its driving me crazy as a young 22year old female please give me some advise into how to rid of it… because of the out breaks it hard to be an a relationship or going out not looking like a monster….

Stacey November 8, 2012 at 5:42 pm

Hi Juliy, I totally understand what you are going through. I know it’s horrible and I will try my best to help you. First off, can you tell me what kind of treatments you have been using and what type of results you got?

The reason I asked is because when I used some creams in the past they would help for a while but then the area affected became thin as a result. In the mean time I would recommend you moisturize your skin with cetaphil lotion or cetaphil cream. Its a bit more expensive that regular lotions but it will help your skin look much better. You should be able to get it at your local pharmacy.


priscilla marinas November 9, 2012 at 11:42 pm

i need help and its really itchy and painful what do i do?

Joseph November 11, 2012 at 7:27 am

i had it all over me when i was little i had to were plasters ect. i have it on my knee and my foot i dont have know what type it is please help

dia November 15, 2012 at 12:13 am

hi I am only 12 years old and I have had excema all my life! When I was younger it was never as bad as it is now its terrible I have it on my back, neck arms thighs chest legs and stomach I have tried everything and nothing works! sometimes when I get the worst break outs, it tends to look like I have hives I am allergic to dust, trees, and grass and I use all the allergy medications and I always use triamcillicone or whatever its called and eucerine and I have soo much trouble sleeping at night and when I wake up I always find blood on my sheets and pillows please please please can u help me?? I would appreciate it soo much! thanks ;)

Stacey November 15, 2012 at 4:08 pm

Hey Priscilla, where exactly do you have your eczema and what have you been using on it thus far? Without know that info, it will be hard for me to tell you what to do. Respond and let me know.

Stacey November 15, 2012 at 4:12 pm

Hey Joseph, there are a lot of things that could cause your eczema to flare up. I suggest that you get a notebook and use it as a journal for 1-2 weeks and write down everything you eat, the weather conditions etc everyday and see which days your eczema are worst. Eczema tend to flare up when the time is very hot and you could also be allergic to some foods that you eat.

Another fact could be the types of soaps you shower with or any form of lotions you use on your skin. After the two weeks, you can then start to avoid certain things and see if that reduce the flareups then you can use some natural remedies for example and oatmeal bath to help clear up your existing rashes. Good luck.

Stacey November 15, 2012 at 4:17 pm

Hey Dia, the first thing you need to do is to get a pair of mittens or put on some long thick socks before you go to bed. This is because you are involuntarily scratching your skin while you sleep which is why you see the blood on your sheets. The mittens on socks will prevent you from bruising your skin. The next thing you need to do is to watch what you eat and see if anything that you eat causes your eczema to flare up.

The temperature is also another factor to consider. If the time is too hot or too cold your skin may dry out causing your eczema to flare up. I recommend you ask your parent to get you a bottle of cetaphil lotion at the pharmacy to keep your skin hydrated. It is a unscented lotion for sensitive skin and will help to alleviate the itching.

aman November 27, 2012 at 3:56 am

i m suffering from eczema past 20 years and i have applied almost all treatment but no any progress so give me a suitable advice.

Stacey December 18, 2012 at 9:17 am

Hey Aman, it’s hard to just give you advice without knowing your specific cases as in where you have your eczema and what you have been using on it.

So send me a message and I’ll get back to you. Just go here:

Tiffany April 11, 2013 at 3:03 am

Hey I was wondering how YOU got rid of it.

kiara April 30, 2013 at 3:28 pm

i have been suffering from eczema for over 20 years.i get big rashes on the back of my legs and inner thighs.they itch sooooooooo bad i scratch with almost anything i can get my hands on. my rashes come closer to or in summertime.what can i do to relieve the itch and make the ugly rash disapear?

Stacey May 14, 2013 at 8:06 am

Hey Kiara, the first thing you need to do is to ensure that you always moisturize properly.

What you do is when you shower, leave a little bit of moisture on your legs (don’t dry too much)
and then apply some Cetaphil lotion thoroughly. This is a non scented lotion for very sensitive
skin. It is a little bit more expensive that regular lotions but it helps the itching.

You can find it in your local pharmacy.

You can also submit your name and email above to learn of the natural methods I used to help me
alleviate my eczema.

Good luck.

Stacey May 14, 2013 at 8:11 am

Hey Bets,

My tips are free but somewhere down the line you’ll need to buy stuff
that will help you control your eczema for good. Unfortunately not everything
in life is free. For example a trip to the doctor can be very expensive!

But again my tips are free so good luck and all the best.

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