What To Do When Your Eczema Is Spreading

What To Do When Your Eczema Is Spreading

Eczema, a relentless skin condition, can sometimes feel like an invader taking over your body. The sudden spread of eczema patches can be alarming, leaving you feeling overwhelmed and frustrated.

If you are looking for the perfect solution to this rapidly spreading skin worry, then you are in the right place because in this blogpost, we'll walk you through a comprehensive plan of action to combat the spread of eczema. With a blend of empathy and scientific insights, we'll explore effective strategies to soothe your skin, manage triggers, and regain control of your well-being. So buckle up for the ride…


What to do when your eczema is spreading


UNDERSTANDING THE SURGE - Why Is Your Eczema Spreading?

Eczema is notorious for its unpredictability. Just when you think you have it under control, it can suddenly start to spread. Several factors contribute to this frustrating phenomenon, including:

  1. Skin Barrier Dysfunction: Eczema occurs when the skin's protective barrier is compromised, allowing irritants and allergens to penetrate. As the barrier weakens further, eczema patches can spread to new areas.
  1. Scratching and Itching: The irresistible urge to scratch eczema-prone areas can create micro-tears in the skin, leading to the spread of inflammation and lesions.
  1. Triggers and Allergens: Environmental triggers like pollen, pet dander, or harsh detergents can initiate or exacerbate eczema. Identifying and avoiding these triggers is crucial to preventing the spread.
  1. Ineffective eczema therapy: The use of eczema relief products that do not focus on curbing eczema from its root might cause it to spread. This is because these products don’t deal with the root cause of the eczema, leaving room for rebound infection and spread to other areas of the body.

How To Halt The Spread Of Eczema.

  1. Gentle Skincare Regimen: Adopt a skincare routine designed to nurture your sensitive skin. Opt for fragrance-free, hypoallergenic products that cleanse without stripping your skin's natural oils. Regular moisturization is key – an emollient-rich cream helps restore your skin's barrier function.
  1. Prescription Medications: Consult a dermatologist for a tailored eczema treatment plan. Topical corticosteroids can provide rapid relief from inflammation, while immunomodulators help control the immune response causing eczema. Your doctor might also recommend antihistamines to manage itching.
  1. Moisturization Mastery- Lock in moisture to create a protective shield against eczema's spread. Apply moisturizers within minutes of bathing to trap moisture and strengthen the skin barrier.
  1. Cooling Compresses: Relieve itching and inflammation with cool, damp compresses. These help soothe the skin and reduce the urge to scratch.
  1. Identify and Eliminate Triggers: Keep a journal to track potential triggers that coincide with eczema flare-ups. Once identified, take steps to eliminate or minimize exposure to these triggers.
  1. Mind Over Matter - Stress Management: Stress is a known trigger for eczema flare-ups. Incorporate relaxation techniques like deep breathing, meditation, or yoga into your daily routine to keep stress levels in check.

How To Navigate Spreading Eczema.

Dealing with spreading eczema isn't just a physical battle – it's an emotional journey as well. The frustration, embarrassment, and self-consciousness that come with visible eczema patches can take a toll on your mental well-being, so it is necessary we remind you that you're not alone. These are few things you can do to manage the mental stress that comes with battling eczema:

  1. Seek Support: Connect with online communities or support groups where you can share your experiences and find empathy from others who understand what you're going through.
  1. Talk to a Professional: Reach out to a mental health professional if the emotional toll becomes overwhelming. Therapy can provide coping strategies to navigate the challenges.
  1. Practice Self-Compassion: Remind yourself that eczema doesn't define you. Practice self-love and compassion, acknowledging your strength in facing this challenge head-on.

The spread of eczema might seem like an insurmountable challenge, but armed with the right strategies, you can regain control of your skin and emotional well-being. From adopting a gentle skincare regimen to identifying triggers and managing stress, each step plays a pivotal role in halting the march of eczema. 

Nashé Beauty’s ECZEMA RELIEF MOISTURIZING CREAM WITH PREBIOTICS AND SQUALANE is designed to halt the spread of eczema to other parts of the body, and at the same time, eliminate the infection from its roots. This is the perfect remedy for eczema that just won't stop spreading, no matter what you try.

It is a light, non-greasy, natural remedy cream that is carefully enriched with three major Prebiotics (Inulin, Alpha-Glucan Oligosaccharide and Xylitol), Squalane, Olive oil, Colloidal Oatmeal and Allantoin.

These ingredients have proven effective in treatment of eczema and skin restoration after treatment.

What these ingredients do for your skin in halting the spread of eczema:

  • Olive Oil (2%): Rich in fatty acids and antioxidants, it forms a protective barrier, reduces inflammation, and soothes itchiness.
  • Colloidal Oatmeal (1%): With beta-glucans, it creates a protective barrier, reducing redness, itching, and inflammation while promoting healing.
  • Allantoin (0.5%): Stimulates skin cell regeneration, exfoliates gently, and calms inflammation, reducing redness and soothing irritation.
  • Prebiotics: Support the skin microbiome, strengthen the barrier, and repair compromised skin to prevent irritants from penetrating.
  • Squalane: Derived from natural sebum, it locks in moisture, soothes inflammation, and promotes skin cell regeneration and repair.

Nashe Beauty eczema relief cream with prebiotics and squalene


Nashé beauty’s ECZEMA RELIEF MOISTURIZING CREAM WITH PREBIOTICS AND SQUALANE is easily absorbed, enriched with extracts and nutrients that restore moisture in the skin to:

  • Relieve minor skin irritation and itching due to: Eczema, Rashes, minor cuts, scrapes and burns, poison ivy/oak/sumac, insect bites.
  • Reduce scarring due to eczema and scratching.
  • Moisturize and hydrate to alleviate dryness.
  • Soften skin and promotes elasticity to restore a youthful look.

 At Nashé beauty we are very much concerned about catering to the skincare needs of every member of our Tribe in a manner that helps you build confidence in yourself and that’s exactly what this Eczema Relief cream does for people battling eczema.


 Skin type: Eczema, Dry and Sensitive.

Colour: Off white/ Creamy

Natural scent: Unscented

Natural, Vegan, Cruelty-free

Made in Canada.

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