Natural remedy for eczema, hair loss and to treat your eyelashes from falling out

Natural remedy for eczema and hair loss

How to cure eczema and hair loss at home and how to keep your eyelashes from falling out?

Natural remedy for eczema, hair loss and to treat your eyelashes from falling out

What is eczema?

Eczema is a condition in which skin becomes inflamed and irritated. In mos cases, it can occur secondary to skin moisture loss or due to a reaction to an allergen or irritant. Eczema can occur anywhere on your body, areas such as eyebrows, beard, eyelashes or scalp are commonly affected. If left untreated, eczema can cause loss of hair in the affected area due to inflammation.

What are the symptoms of eczema?

Common symptoms of eczema include red and itch skin, weeping blisters (that easily break and then leak liquid), pustules and crusts. Atopic dermatitis, or atopic eczema. is the most common type of eczema.

Can eczema cause eyebrow hair loss?

Patches of eczema underneath your brows can indirectly cause eyebrow hairs to fall out due to inflammation near the brow, especially if you scratch and rub the inflamed area

Can eczema cause skin discoloration?

Eczema is characterized by scaly, dry, and thickened leathery skin that is almost always itchy. Eczema can lead patients to scratch until they are bleeding, and scratching in turn can affect pigmentation, making the affected area darker or lighter.

Among colored people, eczema can lead to hyperpigmentation (darkening) or hypopigmentation (lightening) of the skin.


  • A handful of dry and powdered cow manure (cow dung or cow pats), we will burn it to ashes, as we will need about 50 grams of the ashes.
  • 50ml (1.69 fl-oz) of Olive oil
  • 5ml (0.16 fl-oz) of White spirit


How to make homemade cream for eczema?

Burn an amount of cow manure to ashes. Powder M

Put 50ml of olive oil in a frying pan and bring to a boil over medium heat, and then add about 50 grams of Powder M, add the ash gradually with constant stirring, continue adding the ash until the mixture congeals (until an ointment-like gel is formed), let stand 2 minutes, away from the fire, then add 5ml of lukewarm white spirit, mix well and fill in an airtight container, close the container firmly and store for future use. Cream A.


How to treat eczema naturally and how to stop eyelashes from falling out?

Wash your hands with an olive oil based soap and clean, running water, and dry your hands with a towel. Dab a small amount of Cream A onto your finger to apply on the areas of the skin affected by eczema.

Apply a small amount of Cream A to the center of the skin affected by eczema, it can be areas of hair loss and color changes, and spread the cream evenly on the areas of the skin affected by eczema.

Evenly distribute the cream over the areas of the skin affected by eczema and repeat the process twice per day, one time in the morning and another time in the evening just before going to bed. Apply the cream at a regular basis, twice daily, to get rid of eczema, hair loss and color changes.

Keep the area affected by eczema as clean, and protected as possible, and make sure to keep the areas moisturized, repeatedly must keep moisturizing or it will dry too much.

Eczema is often itchy, but avoid scratching the skin, as scratching usually damages the skin, which can cause more eczema to occur. Apply a small amount of Cream A to the affected area of the skin to help ease redness, rash and itching.


Do not wash the affected area with water until the condition is cured.

Avoid washing the affected areas with water through the treatment course. If necessary, moist a piece of cotton or gauze with an amount of warm spirit, and use it to clean the affected area from time to time. Use a moist piece of cotton to wash and clean the affected area.

Verified by: Dr.Diab (January 6, 2018)

Citation: Dr.Diab. (January 6, 2018). Natural remedy for eczema, hair loss and to treat your eyelashes from falling out. Medcoi Journal of Medicine, 7(2). urn:medcoi:article17158.

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