Winter and it's bitter cold is torture on our skin.

All of the following natural eczema recipes contain natural ingredients that are proven to soothe, heal and prevent eczema breakouts.

Use these treatments as needed, accompanied by plenty of water and a healthy eczema fighting diet.

These natural ingredients do work, but do not expect a miracle over night. Give your body time to detoxify and heal and you will find relief . If you suffer from eczema you will find that the little extra time and effort on your part will be well worth it in the end.

Natural Eczema Recipes


Coconut Oil (virgin or organic)

Coconut Oil

I know this is far from a recipe but coconut is becoming very well known for it's ability to soothe and heal eczema. It penetrates deeply in to the skin and absorbs very easily. It aids in the functioning of your skin's immune system, fights fungal infections, helps heal and repair skin cells and relieves dryness, flaking and scaling skin. Coconut is inexpensive and fairly easy to obtain and can be used as natural eczema treatment all on it's own.



Borage Oil Eczema Treatment

1/4 Cup Jojoba Oil
1/4 Cup Coconut Oil
20 Drops Borage Seed Oil
12 Drops Lavender Oil
12 Drops Chamomile Oil

Over double boiler melt coconut and jojoba oil until completely mixed together. Remove from heat. Let cool and whisk in remaining oils. Store in a glass sterile jar where it is cool and dark. Shake before each use. Apply as needed.



Rosemary Eczema Cream

1 Tablespoon Beeswax
1 Tablespoon Honey
2 Tablespoons Coconut Oil
2 Tablespoons Almond Oil
1 Tablespoon Distilled Water
2 Drops Rosemary Oil
1 Drop Neem Oil
1 Drop Tea Tree Oil

Over double boiler melt together beeswax, honey, coconut oil and almond oil. Remove from heat. Warm distilled water and slowly whisk into melted ingredients. Continue to whisk until mixture begins to thicken and become creamy. Whisk in remaining oils until well mixed. Store in a sterile glass jar in a cool dark place. Apply as needed.



Sandalwood Eczema Lotion

2 Tablespoons Beeswax
1/3 Cup Jojoba Oil
2 Tablespoons Vegetable Glycerin
1/2 Cup Rose Water
1 Teaspoon Vitamin E
15 Drops Sandalwood Oil
10 Drops Grapefruit Seed Extract
6 Drops Patchouli Oil
6 Drops Frankinsence Oil

Over double boiler melt together beeswax, jojoba oil and vegetable glycerin. Remove from heat. Warm rose water and very slowly whisk in to melted ingredients. Continue to whisk until mixture begins to thicken and become creamy. Whisk in remaining oils. Store in a sterile glass jar in a cool dark place. Shake before each use and apply as needed.



Simple Coconut Oil Eczema Treatment

4 Teaspoons Coconut Oil
1 Teaspoon Olive Oil
15 Drops Lavender Oil
5 Drops Chamomile Oil

Over double boiler melt coconut oil and olive oil together. Remove from heat and let cool before mixing in remaining oils. Store in a sterile glass jar and apply as needed.



Lavender Eczema Cream

2 Tablespoons Beeswax
2 Tablespoons Vegetable Glycerin
1/3 Cup Sweet Almond Oil
1/2 Cup Distilled Water
15 Drops Lavender Oil
10 Drops Grapefruit Seed Extract
6 Drops Sandalwood Oil
6 Drops Patchouli Oil

Over double boiler melt together beeswax, glycerin and sweet almond oil. Remove from heat. Very slowly whisk in warmed distilled water. Continue to whisk until mixture becomes thick and creamy. Whisk in remaining oils. Store in sterile glass jar in a cool dark place. Apply as needed.



Milk and Oatmeal Bath Powder

1 Cup Milk Powder
1 Cup Ground Oatmeal (blender works great)

Basically you just need equal parts oatmeal and powdered milk. Mix ingredients together well. While bath is running add 1/2 - 3/4 cup of oatmeal/milk mixture. Adding a few drops of the following essential oils will prove even more beneficial and soothing to your eczema. Suggested essential oils are Lavender Oil, Chamomile Oil, Patchouli Oil, Tea Tree Oil, Bergamot Oil and Geranium Oil. (Never stay in bath water for more than 20 minutes and of course do not use hot water. Doing so can have the opposite effect of what you are trying to achieve. Be sure to apply a good eczema lotion or cream after your bath to seal in moisture and help heal.)



Always remember to do a small patch test before fully applying to ensure you have no allergies to any of the ingredients.

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Vendertainers that brought many things to a show and are know for helping out where ever they can.

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We expanded over the years to become well known at what we do. Now we represent over 100 artisans and craftsman that are well known in their venues and some just starting out. Some of their works have been premiered in TV, stage and movies on a regular basis.

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