Eczema and massage

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Eczema is a chronic skin disorder with itching rashes, which are red, dry, scaly or leathery. Skin blisters may occur and these may be oozing or crusting. Eczema is also known as atopic eczema, atopic dermatitis, and infantile eczema. However, while it is an uncomfortable condition, there are some natural therapies that can help. Massage with or without essential oils is helpful for improving dry, scaly skin lesions. It can also help to reduce redness and other symptoms. The massage should be performed in between flare ups. Massage over affected areas is contraindicated if there are openings in the skin and watery discharge. The lubricant has to be high-quality, highly emollient and nutritive.

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