You could try something like epiderm- it does have any steroid in it its an emollient- you need something very greasy- so my dermatologist tells me- they said i have lip lickers eczema on my top lip but im 99% certain that i never lick my top lip! Also see if you can get hydrocirtisone- its one of the weakest ones- i have really bad eczema all over me and the derm and gp have told me that the only thing dermovate should ever be used for is very bad spots on your hands feet etc but never on your face. Go for oitnment based things rather than cream- for some reason they are better.
Serrapeptase – is an enzyme derived from the silkworm that appears to be one of the most potent and effective of all the anti-inflammatory enzymes. In high enough doses, serrapeptase is capable of dissolving atherosclerotic plaque. It can also dissolve a cancer cell’s protective coat, thereby making virtually any chemotherapeutic remedy more effective. Many people use serrapeptase to dissolve excessive mucus so it’s highly effective in alleviating chronic bronchitis and sinusitis, conditions which usually trigger steroid prescriptions from doctors.
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