11 responses to “Homemade Eczema Relief Bath Melts”

  1. shyscout

    These sound lovely. I have suffered from eczema off and on too throughout my life, and something like this sounds perfect when you want to soothe your skin and relax. Thanks!

  2. coffeeandcleveland

    I can’t even imagine how hard it would be having eczema. I freak out over the tiniest bit of dry skin. I never take baths because I never have the patience to wait for the bath to fill up and I can’t just sit there and do nothing, but I think you are convincing me to take me with all these homemade bath melts and bombs!

  3. Alexandra Consolver

    This is awesome! I sometimes wonder if KC has eczema. He’s never had anything looked at, probably should! ha… but I wonder if something like this would help him. ;) XO – Alexandra

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  4. Laila

    These sound great! I think I’m quite lucky to have never really had any problems with my skin, I don’t really get acne or spots, and I don’t really get eczema or dry skin either. In the past I’ve had stress-related hives but these seem to have disappeared from the age of about 18 onwards, they randomly started and they randomly stopped. So perhaps if your eczema is stress-related you may end up with it randomly disappearing? It’s good your making changes to accomodate in the meantime xx

  5. Laura

    these sound lovely! and i do hope your eczema disappears out of the blue as well! xx

  6. Judith Dalessandro

    My 5-year-old daughter has had eczema her whole life. We recently discovered bath bombs, and though she loves to use them, I know they aren’t good for her sensitive skin. She’s complained that her fingers burn! (Her fingers break out frequently). So I’ve been looking for a way to make the bath bombs myself! Thank you for posting! I’m excited to try this!!

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