Natural Treatment for Eczema on Breast

Are you suffering from eczema on breast? Breast eczema can be uncomfortable and, depending on the degree of severity, it can even be painful. It can also make people self-conscious of their appearance and can have a negative effect on relationships. In this post, we’ll share natural remedies, soothing clothing, and simple lifestyle changes that can help you heal eczema on breast. 

Symptoms of Breast Eczema 

Like all types of eczema, breast eczema is characterized by redness, dryness, and scaling or cracked skin. There will also be itchiness – particularly on the nipple. Small bumps that may crack or ooze fluid may appear, particularly if there is repeated scratching. Scratching can also lead to swollen or overly-sensitive skin. Symptoms will likely occur under or in between your breasts, as well as on the rest of your chest area. Bear in mind that everyone is different and symptoms may vary from person to person. 

When it comes to treating breast eczema, it’s highly important to seek medical attention to clarify it’s not another serious condition like Paget’s disease. This is a rare form of cancer associated with breast cancer that causes eczema-like changes to the skin of the nipple. 

Natural Eczema on Breast Treatment

Due to the sensitive nature of the breasts, you want to choose natural and gentle products to soothe discomfort. That’s why we suggest this creamy oil-based Organic Manuka Skin Soothing Cream. Highly nourishing, it’s made with just six ingredients, including manuka honey and manuka oil. These are both renowned for their anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties. Try this thick cream to soothe red, itchy, and inflamed skin. It’s safe and effective to use anywhere on the body, including sensitive areas like the nipples and breasts. 

When it comes to washing, many soaps can aggravate the skin because of the harsh chemicals and toxins they contain. We recommend you opt for a natural soap, such as this Coconut and Sunflower Oil Soap Bar. All natural with only three ingredients, it cleanses the skin without exacerbating dryness or irritation. 

For the best of both worlds, check out our Body Essentials Bundle. This natural skincare kit features the Organic Manuka Skin Soothing Cream and the Coconut and Sunflower Oil Soap Bar so you can enjoy the ultimate soothing treatment. 

Undergarments for Breast Eczema

Wearing a bar that is tight along the skin can be uncomfortable and further aggravate your breast eczema. If you are looking for loose-fitting support, check out this 100% Organic Cotton Bra Liner. Featuring hypoallergenic material that is latex free, spandex free and chemical free, it provides support without causing irritation. Sensitive skin will appreciate the irritation-free label and underwire-free design. 

Also check out our 100% Organic Cotton Front Closure Bra. This is the perfect choice for anyone wanting to let their skin breathe while still receiving comfortable support. It features double-layered cotton lining, an irritation-free label, and no annoying underwire. It’s sure to provide comfortable support all day long. 

Finally, don’t forget to have a look at this gentle Remedywear™ Bra. It’s made without latex, nylon or nickel and uses only allergy safe dyes to ensure lasting comfort without irritation. The soothing fabric is made from super-soft TENCEL and embedded with anti-inflammatory zinc oxide fibers. The material is stretchy and form-fitting so it’s sure to stay in place without any rubbing or sliding. Its natural moisture-wicking properties are sure to keep skin clear of sweaty irritation or chafing. It’s the perfect solution for nipple and breast eczema. 

Lifestyle Changes to Soothe Breast Eczema 

Here are some simple lifestyle changes you can make to soothe sensitive eczema on breast:

  • Take shorter showers (less than 15 minutes)
  • Wash using lukewarm water instead of hot 
  • Pat dry your skin with a towel to avoid irritating the skin with harsh rubbing
  • Identify any food triggers by starting an eczema elimination diet, even when breastfeeding 

FROM: Eczema

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