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What do you use to treat eczema on your face?

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    • treelvr333

      799d

      I get eczema on and around my lips pretty bad. I have to moisturize several times a day. Aquafor helps a lot too. If you put a layer of it over the moisturizer it keeps it from drying out again so quickly. Also, make sure you LIGHTLY exfoliate if you can. It speeds up the healing process. But if it’s really flared up I don’t recommend it.

    • treelvr333

      799d

      I get eczema on and around my lips pretty bad. I have to moisturize several times a day. Aquafor helps a lot too. If you put a layer of it over the moisturizer it keeps it from drying out again so quickly. Also, make sure you LIGHTLY exfoliate if you can. It speeds up the healing process. But if it’s really flared up I don’t recommend it.

    • lavenderchickens

      799d

      try to avoid using loads of makeup!

    • Kingfisher

      810d

      I also avoid makeup for the most part. I use one basic moisturizer most of the time and topical steroids/Vaseline to control flare ups. Oatmeal lotion and calendula cream have also been helpful-- the fewer ingredients the better lol.

    • Emo_Enby_99

      812d

      It depends on how bad it is, I try to stick with oatmeal lotion and avoid soap or products on my face. Makeup is something I gave up in lue of less eczema patches.

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