Is There An Imagined Obsession With Oatmeal Products and Eczema?

By Greg Dean
Updated 2024-03-29 16:40:00 | Published 2021-02-02 18:42:41
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I have been using oatmeal products for my skin ever since middle school, and it always feels good. However, I often wonder why oatmeal is recommended for eczema. Many internet posts suggest making oatmeal baths to soothe dry, itchy, and irritated skin, but they never explain why oatmeal is effective. This curiosity led me to question why oatmeal products are often touted as a temporary solution for eczema.

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My dermatologist didn't provide much guidance, but I realized that we are always seeking something to soothe our skin. I have tried numerous products with little success, always caught in a cycle of trial and error. Oatmeal, on the other hand, doesn't promise to magically cure eczema. I never see a physical change in my skin after using oatmeal products, but emotionally, I feel better. The feeling of being refreshed and at ease in the shower is incredibly soothing. Oatmeal products may not physically help with eczema, but they successfully provide comfort.

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