How to Treat Eczema with Toe Juice


A note from our principal, D:

In our last article regarding Eczema we spoke of what it is, cause, types, symptoms and treatments. Again, there is no known cause or cure for eczema. So when we follow up from my previous article we see some things that remind us there are many different treatments but no cure. I repeat this just to let you know that we care about your ability to live a happy life and not to have to deal with the itchiness and discomfort from Eczema. There are many emotional factors at play when someone is uncomfortable.

Once you figure out that treating eczema can be very expensive and time consuming, you will eventually start looking for other solutions that will help with the symptoms that are less expensive and less time consuming like OTC solutions. Over the counter solutions that quell the urge of constant itching, dry skin and occasional soreness.

I do not want to lay claim to a cure for eczema but to a treatment that could work to ease your symptoms and make your life better. Our solution, Toe Juice, has been out over 30 years and relieves topical fungal skin issues like itching and rashes. We have many testimonials on our website from people that have had to deal with eczema issues and have been very happy with Toe Juice. However, I will not claim we heal eczema and I will not claim we are for everyone. Some people have much worse cases than others and they have to live with this terrible skin condition. I would like to recommend you try one bottle of Toe Juice and use it liberally on your skin on a continual daily basis. Use it until you have no more and see if it helps. If it does then subscribe to as much as you need monthly for a discount at

We hope had pray it works for your skin and your well being.





A review of our past article is below:

Is there a cure for eczema?

There is no cure for eczema, but there are treatments. This is critical to know. You can spend a lot of money and time to be treated but never cured from eczema. 

Every treatment plan should be tailored to your individual eczema symptoms. Depending on your age and the severity of your eczema, these treatments might include: medical grade moisturizing creams, prescription topical medications including topical corticosteroids, over-the-counter (OTC) home remedies, phototherapy (also known as light therapy), immunosuppressants and injectable biologics.

Many people with eczema also find success with specific natural and alternative treatments, including bleach baths, cryotherapy, medical-grade honey, meditation and acupuncture. With these natural and alternative treatments, you want to be careful and also consult a healthcare professional before starting. Some natural treatments, like meditation, work amazingly with over-the-counter or prescription medications or ointments.

For most types of eczema, managing flares comes down to these basics:

  • Know your triggers so that you can avoid exposure;
  • Implement a daily bathing and moisturizing routine;
  • Use OTC creams and prescription medication consistently and as prescribed.

Symptoms may be different from one child to the next. More often than not, eczema goes away as a child grows older, though some children will continue to experience eczema into adulthood. Adults can develop eczema, too, even if they never had it as a child. Read more for additional information about managing itch.

Questions about eczema:


What is the main cause of eczema?

There is no “main” cause of eczema. In fact, there are seven types and each has at least one cause, if not more. Some of the most common causes are a family history of eczema, being exposed to certain environmental triggers and stress.

What is the best treatment for eczema?

The best treatment option for eczema depends on the individual’s preferences, the severity of your case, the age of the person with eczema and what type of eczema they have. To find the best treatment for you or a loved one, consult with a dermatologist. Usually a dermatologist will create a treatment plan consisting of a skin care routine, natural treatments, over-the-counter products and/or prescribed medications.

It’s important to note that it could take some time, as well as trial and error, to find the best treatment for you or your child. Again, there is no cure for eczema. Focus on finding a treatment which works to manage your symptoms, not the best objective treatment out there.

Any magic cure, potion or treatment for eczema?

Unfortunately there is no quick cure for eczema. In fact, there is no known cure for this condition! Luckily there are some treatment options which can help you manage symptoms and some might be able to minimize symptoms quickly. To find the best treatment for you, talk with a dermatologist or qualified medical professional.

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