Usage Of ACV For Eczema. REALLY EFFECTIVE!

The eczema is a skin problem that makes some skin patches inflamed and red. Maybe 3% of Americans have it and 20% of kids too.

The most common eczema type is the atopic dermatitis and goes along with itching and inflammation areas. Patients say they see it on the knees, face, wrists and hands and even behind the knees. Even the whole body sometimes.

When they scratch the area, the itch stops, but itching causes bleeding if scratched.

You have many chemical things sold for this issue, but they are toxic and also have side effects after use.

All dermatologists say we should use ACV instead some creams and drugs. It has better effect by far. If you mix it with other items it even becomes enhanced.

Anti-fungi

The ACV removes bacteria that makes eczema. When you put it all the time, it stops bacteria in the future since it is antifungal and antibacterial.

Renews cells

It has beta-carotene that refreshes cells. On regular basis, you will be stunned from good results and perfect skin.

Load of potassium

The ACV has potassium that removes allergy signs, levels the pH of the ski and is an astringent.

Fibers

The fibers make toxins flushed out that caused the eczema.

Better immunity

Improved immunity is step 1 in curing. Acv has many nutrients; vitamin B1, acetic acid, minerals, pectin, salts and riboflavin. They ease up eczema problems.

Itch relief

The ACV is soothing the skin especially dry one. With other natural items, it removes the eczema altogether.

ACV solution

Due to antifungal and antibacterial benefits, ACV is used for a long time for this purpose.

You need:

  • 2 tbsp raw ACV
  • 2 tbsp pure water
  • Cotton balls

The treatment:

Mix this to make a lotion and soak the cotton, you choose how much cotton. Apply on the skin patch and repeat until better and improved.

*CAUTION* the ACV ratio and water is really questionable for sensitive skin people. If you have such skin, use just ½ cup water and 1 tbsp vinegar.

Source and image source: healthyfoodhouse.com