Eczema natural treatment

Pso Natura eczema treatment, natural care

How to treat eczema naturally, without cortisone? What to do against it?

Eczema, whether it is atopic ou of contact is a dermatitis often linked to an allergy problem. Like psoriasis, this skin condition affects between 2,5% and 5% of the population.

Eczema is a skin disease, a type of dermatosis which may be itchy or dry, characterized by inflammation not contagious of the epidermis. Doctors and specialists then speak of dry eczema or itchy eczema. It is accompanied by pruritus, redness, scaling, itching, even fine vesicles. See more : Eczema Information about the causes, symptoms, different types of eczema and existing natural eczema treatments for eczema.

How to calm and relieve eczema? 

There are several natural eczema treatments for redness and itching, however LM Natura treatments are known to be particularly effective.


Regenerative Complex

Helps to naturally relieve dermatitis, redness, itching

Eczema Cream

Helps relieve symptoms of redness, irritation and itching

Dermatological Shampoo

Helps restore a healthy, itchy-free scalp

Detox and Zen capsules

2 in 1 action to fight against stress and digestive disorders

Natural eczema treatment for redness, itching

To effectively treat redness, itching and skin imperfections, 3 essential qualities are necessary. They are present in our treatments which have properties:


for suffering skin

anti-inflammatory-eczema action

Regenerating and healing

for skin disorders

eczema healing action


against itching

eczema soothing action

The Pso Natura Complex is the flagship natural treatment of this range. It helps to remove marks from the skin. Its action is reinforced by the application of the Rich Moisturizing Cream. Only one contraindication: in the case of purulent wounds, the bactericidal qualities of the treatment lead to an unpleasant tingling. This is why it is better to use the treatment on skin without wounds.

The Dermatological Shampoo, for its part, is specifically aimed at scalp problems.

The capsules complement the treatment as part of a holistic oral approach. They focus on acting on the cause of skin disorders. They act both to help detoxify the digestive system, as well as to relieve stress.

Discover all our tips for eczema 

Natural treatment for seborrheic eczema on the scalp

Eczema can have several forms. When the skin condition affects the scalp, we speak of seborrheic eczema. As with psoriasis, it can sometimes be responsible for hair loss.

Eczema affects both the immune system and the skin cells which act as a barrier for allergens.

Eczema is linked to a genetic disorder, but environmental factors such as the presence of chemical irritants or stress influence its appearance.

However, chemical substances are generally much more allergenic than natural active ingredients, hence the interest once again in using a natural treatment. Note that most dermatologists and doctors prescribe topical treatments using corticosteroid therapy to their patients, as for psoriasis.

Natural coloring for scalp psoriasis

Atopic eczema, nervous eczema and contact eczema, what's the difference?

Atopic and nervous eczema

Atopic eczema, also called atopic dermatitis is the most common case of eczema. Its causes lie in a genetic and hereditary predisposition in the patient to develop the disease. It affects 3% of adults and 15% of babies and children. This type of eczema can be triggered by stress, the environment, or even asthma. Atopic eczema is characterized by skin irritations, patches, itching, redness, and/or dryness of the epidermis. 

Eczema is localized both on the body and on the face.

This type of eczema can be triggered by stress, the environment, or even asthma. Atopic eczema is characterized by skin irritations, patches, itching, redness, and/or dryness of the epidermis. Nervous tension promotes eczema flare-ups.

Contact eczema

Contact eczema is not hereditary and is an allergic reaction following prolonged or occasional contact with a given substance (nickel, alcohol, clothing, soaps, etc.). The symptoms of contact eczema are identical to atopic eczema.

In both cases the shapes are the same and can appear in several places on the body or face…

Two forms of eczema: dry eczema or purulent eczema

Whether dry or purulent, eczema on the body or face is characterized by red patches. However, these plates take various forms.

Dry eczema

In the case of dry eczema and an eczema flare-up, the red patches correspond to dryness of the skin. Its dehydration leads to the appearance of whitish scales on the surface of the skin. 

For an accurate diagnosis, it is best to consult a dermatologist or your general practitioner.

Dry eczema

Purulent or “vesicular” eczema

We also talk aboutoozing eczema. The plaques become covered with small blisters, called vesicles. This form of eczema is uncommon. When these vesicles rupture, they release a transparent liquid. Since, after oozing, the plaques become covered with crusts that look like scales, it is not always detected. However, it is very rare for this type of eczema to be localized on the face.

Pustulent eczema

Tips for allergy-related atopic eczema

Eczema, also called atopic dermatitis, generally causes significant itching, especially during an outbreak, as well as skin lesions. Since this type of eczema is often linked to an environmental or food allergy, it is advisable to:

– Remove allergenic foods from your diet. The best known are wheat, egg white, chocolate, nuts, fish, cow's milk.
– Make sure to ventilate your home for at least an hour a day and shake out your sheets daily.


Which plants to treat and relieve eczema?

Chemical products attack the skin and make it even more vulnerable. This is especially true for sensitive skin like that of babies and young children.
It is therefore interesting to look for more natural alternatives to chemical medicinal treatments. However, there is no miracle cure for eczema, for its treatment. A natural eczema treatment, like a medicinal treatment, will only eliminate the symptoms of the disease.

How to treat eczema (excema)? Eczema of the body, face, hands, eyelids or scalp, natural treatments

Many grandmother's recipes and natural remedies exist. We often cite the virtues of honey, baking soda, cider vinegar or essential oils to solve a lot of everyday problems. However, whether it is honey or any other food, the effect on eczema is generally quite inconclusive.

In the case of a skin condition like eczema, here are 4 plants offered by nature which can significantly relieve eczema, thanks to their virtues. Note that it is not possible to remedy the causes of eczema, but to act on the symptoms.

Which plants to treat eczema? 

Carapa Procera Oil

Carapa Procera Oil for Eczema

It was through a chance encounter that Sylvie Méliet, the founder of the LM Natura laboratories, suffering from psoriasis for over 30 years, discovered an ancestral treatment in a remote village in Guinea. In one month, all of his psoriasis disappeared. Curious to know the manufacturing secret, she discovered Carapa procera oil.

The Carapa Procera tree grows in the wild, at a rate of a few trees per hectare, in West Africa. In Guinea, the very particular biotope of the region gives its oil very particular virtues.

  • The concentration of 7 different limonoids provides unparalleled anti-oxidant action. It helps fight skin inflammation and itching.
  • Triterpene vitamin A helps revitalize damaged skin and promote healing.
  • Unsaturated essential fatty acids and Omega 6 help to strengthen the skin's defenses and nourish the skin.

Aloe vera

Aloe Vera gel has moisturizing and emollient properties. Certain constituents also have anti-inflammatory and anti-skin irritation properties. Fresh aloe vera is the most effective. The only downside: its pulp is smelly and can stain.


Daisies for Eczema

The daisy has many benefits against eczema. It notably has antioxidant, antibacterial, antifungal, anti-hyperlipidemic and anti-depressant properties. Let us also mention its healing and depurative power: it helps to evacuate toxins and other waste from our body. Finally, the daisy is expectorant, in other words it helps clear the respiratory tract.
In conclusion, the daisy, thanks to its soothing, regenerating and bactericidal properties, has its place in the list of plants allowing the relief of delicate skin prone to eczema.

Shea Butter

Shea Butter for Eczema

Also coming from Africa, this ingredient has become famous for its moisturizing and nourishing properties. Even if it is called butter, it should be combined with an oil. Rich in vitamins A, E and F and latex, it intensely nourishes dry to very dry skin.