If you don’t moisturize everyday, now is a very good time to start. Look for a skin cream that doesn’t cause irritation. This used to be hard to find, though, now with many organic, 100% natural skin creams available, you can get a gentle skin cream that shouldn’t irritate your skin. Moisturize every day right after showering. If your skin gets dry and tight later in the day, wash the area and add more moisturizer. Don’t ever apply your skin cream on top of the last layer, this will just give you irritation and will only make a home for dirt.
Avoid Processed Foods. One of the biggest creators of eczema is food additives, known as E numbers. These can be in the form of preservatives like sulphites or colorings and flavorings and make the skin get irritated and itchy and more commonly eczema on the face and neck. You want to start eating a more natural diet, as you will soon see an improvement in your skin.
Get that sleep. Sleep is paramount to the maintenance of the cells in our bodies and this is also when needed repairs to the body (which include skin) are being done. Some people highly underestimate the power of having a good night sleep and also having a regular sleeping pattern of going to sleep and getting up at about the same time each day. This will provide optimum results in your skin.