Hello, everyone! This is my first access to the forum and my first entry. I'd like to briefly share a positive experience, which may be helpful for those who suffer from eczema.
I have had eczema off and on since I was a child.
It always starts on one foot. Once I get a breakout, it spreads to the other foot and eventually to my hands.
I'm 40 years old now, and over the years, I've used just about everything including the strongest topical steroids you can get with a prescription.
A few weeks ago, I experienced another flare up.
openned the first blisters and started using Lamisil, but it nonetheless flared up on the other foot. Then, I thought to myself, I already use Ultra Rejuvenex on my face to feed the skin.
Maybe the skin on my feet could use a nutritional boost to fight back, so I applied both the Ultra Rejuvenex and the Lamisil to my feet.
I experienced a two surprises:
1) The first time I applied the Ultra Rejuvenex/Lamisil combo, I experienced an intense numbing sensation on my feet that was almost unbearable.
This feeling lasted about
5-10 minutes, but felt more like a half hour.
2) The progression of the eczema was immediately stopped.
This was unusual, because normally I have to suffer the full blown flare up, which can even make it difficult to walk.
3) The healing process accelerated, and the eczema is about
I still experience the itching. There seems to be a tendency for the flare up to want to recur, but the Ultra Rejuvenex/Lamisil combo seems to be preventing that from happening.
To be honest, I'm not even sure that the Lamisil is helpful.
You see, Lamisil is an anti-fungual. But, I recently read that eczema is an inflammatory disorder. With this in mind, I should experiment with just applying the Ultra Rejuvenex without the Lamisil to see what happens.
I would be interested to know, if any of you reading this find this experience helpful. Please let me know your thoughts on the topic.