Eczema is a long-term condition that causes the skin to become dry, itchy, red and cracked, according to the NHS. But, moisturising the affected skin with calendula cream may help to relieve your eczema symptoms, it's been claimed.
Young children are most at risk of developing eczema symptoms, but it could also develop in later life.
If you have eczema, your symptoms can vary between small patches of dry skin, to widespread, inflamed areas of cracked skin.
You could lower your risk of dry skin at home by using certain natural moisturisers.
One of the best ways to treat your eczema symptoms is to use calendula cream, it's been claimed.
Calendula cream has been used as a natural dry skin remedy for a number of years.
The cream has been claimed to relieve inflammation, which is a key cause of eczema.
It may even lower your chances of developing an infection, which is more common in eczema patients.
You can find calendula cream in most pharmacies, or possibly on some supermarket shelves.
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"If you live with eczema, you know what it's like to search for relief from red, itchy skin," said medical website Healthline.
"You've probably already tried a variety of products. Unfortunately, some items can leave your skin feeling drier and even more irritated.
"Calendula cream is an herbal remedy. Calendula has been used for centuries as a folk remedy to heal skin inflammation, burns, and cuts.
"It's thought to improve blood flow to areas of injury or inflammation, help hydrate skin, and help fight infection."
You could also lower your risk of eczema symptoms by using coconut oil, it's been claimed.
Coconut oil could relieve the itchy and sore signs of eczema as it's rich in lauric acid.
Lauric acid is a fatty acid that's been claimed to reduce symptoms of a number of medical conditions, including eczema.
Applying coconut oil directly to your affected skin may reduce the itchiness of eczema, while also lowering your risk of infection.
There isn't a specific cure for eczema, but some eczema treatments may help to reduce the itchy signs of eczema at home.
Emollients and creams could be found at your local pharmacy to treat dry skin.
Keeping nails short and wearing light clothing over affected areas could help to reduce damage from habitual scratching.
Speak to a pharmacist if you're worried about the signs of eczema, or for advice on the best over-the-counter eczema treatments.