030: Natural Remedies For Eczema Rashes w/ Abby Lai

There are numerous approaches to dealing with eczema rashes, and today my guest offers a rather unique perspective on natural topical remedies.

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My guest Abby Lai is a Registered Holistic Nutritionist (RHN) and the founder of Prime Physique Nutrition, a website that was voted one of the top 20 eczema blogs to follow in 2018.

She is also the creator of The Eczema Podcast. Her mission is to help as many people overcome eczema by working with clients worldwide and providing natural eczema remedies through eBooks, videos and articles.

In this episode, we talk about Abby's unique approach to eczema, and some great natural topical remedies that she swears by.

Have you improved your eczema by using natural topical remedies? Tell us about it in the comments!

In this episode

  • Abby's personal struggles with eczema
  • Her go-to topical remedies to use on rashes
  • Natural oils to help with skin hydration
  • How to reduce itching

 

Quotes

“I definitely believe that we have to take care of ourselves from both the inside and the outside.” [4:55]

“I find the bleach baths really controversial…I have heard from dermatologists who recommend them a lot that people have gotten better after doing it. But I've also heard the flip-side where it's an incredibly toxic chemical agent that you're putting on your skin, which gets absorbed into your body. ” [6:55]

“[Bentonite clay] is soothing for the skin and it helps draw out toxins.” [12:10]

 

Links

Find Abby online here

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Abby's eight-week group program

Download Abby's FREE ebook, 6 Proven Ways to Clear Eczema Naturally

Follow Abby on Facebook | Instagram | YouTube

Zinc-laced bandages

Pre-mixed Bentonite Clay Paste

My appearance on Abby's podcast on the connection between low stomach acid, “leaky skin”, and rashes issues.

My article, “4 Skin Baths For Rash Relief”

Abby's article on skin baths

The Elimination Diet: A Complete Guide to Conquer Eczema & Food Sensitivities eBook

My Detailed Eczema Healing Treatment Plan eBook

Healing Eczema: When Dieting Is Not Enough eBook

The Power of Thoughts: How Mindset Shifts Can Help Eliminate Eczema eBook

 

“I find the bleach baths really controversial...I have heard from dermatologists who recommend them a lot that people have gotten better after doing it. But I've also heard the flip-side where it's an incredibly toxic chemical agent that you're putting on your skin, which gets absorbed into your body. ”


Jennifer Fugo, MS, CNS

Jennifer Fugo, MS, CNS is an integrative Clinical Nutritionist and the founder of Skinterrupt. She works with women who are fed up with chronic gut and skin rash issues discover the root causes and create a plan to get them back to a fuller, richer life.


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