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Take a bath instead of a shower to reduce eczema. The water shouldn't be exceptionally cold or hot. Try sprinkling baking soda or colloidal oatmeal in your bath to help soothe your skin. Alternatively, you could try adding 1/2 cup bleach to a full tub. This can help eliminate bacteria of the skin. Do not soak for more than a few minutes though.

One effective skin care regimen which will reduce flare-ups and improve response to medication and treatment is proper application of moisturizers. Moisturizers trap moisture in the skin, so applying moisturizers no later than 3 minutes after bathing is highly effective. Of course, it is still important to continue to apply a moisturizer to very dry patches of skin throughout the day.

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