Your baby has itchy eczema skin and you’re looking for relief. Fast. Soothems has a one-two punch method that’ll have your baby back to restful sleep. Keep reading to learn more about this natural treatment for eczema.
Apple Cider Vinegar baths have been well documented as effective at reducing eczema itch. But it’s your baby’s soft, precious skin so you want more information, like what is apple cider vinegar, why should I put in on my baby’s skin and how do I prepare the bath?
A quick Google search will result in many positive user testimonials, but apple cider vinegar baths for eczema isn’t a method medical science has been able to endorse. This is likely because medical science doesn’t fully yet understand what causes eczema, so too they cannot endorse vinegar as a treatment as it is not understood why it alleviates the itch and soothes the skin.
Apple cider vinegar is a natural remedy that is safe to use on your baby’s skin. Look for raw, organic apple cider vinegar. It’s available at most stores that carry grocery items.
Important note: this method may sting on fresh breakouts as the solution is slightly more concentrated and acidic.
Soothems’ TEWLTect™ fabric worn on top of the skin treated in an apple cider vinegar can improve the results by locking in the moisture level in the skin and increasing the effectiveness of the apple cider vinegar bath as well as the benefit of the applied cream.
What you need to know about TEWLTect smart fabric:
More information on this new fabric can be found on the TEWTect Smart Fabric Information page. Don’t forget to check out the rest of our site for information regarding eczema skin care, eczema therapy, and more specifically, eczema relief for babies. When it comes to infant eczema expertise, our team at Soothems has you covered. Turn to Soothems for assistance when you need to know what to use for eczema.
*The recommendations made are not intended as medical advice. Persons with questions regarding specific symptoms or treatments should consult a professional health-care provider.
Apple cider vinegar has been documented as a way to reduce itching symptoms of eczema for some people. No claim is made that vinegar will cure eczema. This method may not be effective for all people.
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The Vitamin D Council’s research correlates conclusions that having high enough levels of vitamin D3 may reduce your risk of developing eczema and psoriasis and the prevalence of eczema and psoriasis flareups. And that people with normal to higher levels of vitamin D3 will help manage eczema flareups and they will have fewer skin infections.
Conversely, a prominent and leading 2017 study from a team of Canadian researchers found that increasing vitamin D level is unlikely to reduce the risk and susceptibility to asthma, elevated immunoglobulin E (IgE) levels, psoriasis and atopic dermatitis conditions in adults or children.
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Using soft tape, measure around the head just above the ears, across the forehead to determine circumference.
TEWLTect smart fabric has a generous amount of stretch.
Using soft tape, measure around your head, from the center of your forehead, keeping tape straight and parallel to the floor. Measure around the fullest part.
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