Natural acne and eczema remedies are powerfully effective in improving both of these skin conditions. If you’ve been experiencing long-term chronic acne or eczema breakouts, it’s time to look into some solutions.

The first thing to do to help immediate symptoms is to apply a good quality aloe vera gel. Aloe stimulates a powerful healing response and will have an immediate calming effect. Lily of the Desert is a good brand available at most health food stores.

The best aloe gel product I have ever used is from a company called Aloe Life. It’s called Aloe Skin Gel. It’s a very potent combination of aloe, comfrey, chamomile, and vitamins A, C, and E. Pretty basic, but I’ve seen it outperform most other products on the market.

Another product worth mentioning here is Cellfood Oxygen Gel. It is much more expensive than many other effective products, but if your eczema is extremely bad, it might be worth paying more. It is an aloe base with additional enzymes, trace elements and dissolved oxygen. In my work as a nutritionist, I have seen people cure skin cancer with this product. I’m not claiming that it would work for everyone, I’m just stating what I’ve seen happen with quite a few clients.

At the same time that the aloe gel is applied topically, the aloe juice should be taken internally. One ounce taken on an empty stomach twice a day (morning and night) for 3-4 days and then 2 ounces twice a day. This should be continued for at least 2-3 months. Symptoms will usually start to improve much sooner (7-10 days), but it will take a bit of time for long-term resolution.

More natural remedies for acne and eczema

More natural remedies for acne and eczema skin conditions include probiotics, cultured foods, vegetables, dietary changes, and increased water intake. We will cover these in order.

You should also take a quality probiotic aggressively (at least the maximum recommended dose or as suggested by a trusted professional with knowledge of natural remedies). Probiotics will help strengthen your immune system. This will allow your body’s natural healing mechanisms to speed up the process. It will also help with any underlying problems with digestion and nutrient assimilation in the intestines.

Eating cultured foods like yogurt, kefir, kim-chi, and miso will help, but they shouldn’t be relied on. They are common natural home remedies, but not the most effective. They help temporarily but will not always be enough to restore the proper balance of intestinal flora. Do some research and get a very high potency, high quality probiotic and plan on taking it consistently for 3-6 months. There is probably a major imbalance and long-term supplementation will be more likely to get long-term results.

Probiotics that I have had good results with include Jarrow-dophilus EPS (from Jarrow Formulas), Kyo-dophilus (from Wakanauga), and Multi-dophilus (from Sedona Labs) are all good products. For a little more money, try Healthy Trinity (from Natren) or Dr. Ohhira’s Probiotic (from Essential formulas).

Probiotics, aloe gel, and aloe juice will be effective. If you want to kick it up a notch, add a green superfood. Super Greenfoods will provide you with nutrients and chlorophyll to cleanse the blood. This, in turn, will help make your body more alkaline, a more conducive situation for healing to occur. Perfect Food (from Garden of Life), Kyo-Green (from Wakanauga), and Just Barley (from Pure Essence Labs) are good products. There are many high-quality products in health food stores to choose from. Do your research, get a good product, and plan to take it for at least 2-3 months.

Diet changes are necessary for acne and eczema conditions. For the sake of simplicity, I’ll make this simple: stop eating processed foods. All chips, soft drinks, cakes, cookies, crackers, processed meat, fast food, etc. It’s junk food and you know it. Start eating whole foods like fresh fruits, vegetables (especially leafy greens), whole grains (not flour, real whole grains), legumes, raw nuts (almonds and walnuts are best), seeds, and herbs.

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