Susan Clark wrote Beat Eczema due to her own struggle with this troublesome skin rash. There are different forms of eczema such as nummular eczema, atopic eczema and contact dermatitis. Susan discusses several forms of eczema as well as the treatments that she's used including steroids and cortisone creams.
Due to the recurrent nature of eczema and the frustrations, she sought for a natural cure. I know that when I had eczema this summer I did not like taking antihistamines all the time for the itching problem. Also the cortisone creams thin your skin and my dermatologist told me one needs to take a break after three weeks before using again.
Susan points out in her book that over eighty percent of kids diagnosed with eczema have high IGE when blood work is taken. This is an antibody that deals with bacteria, viruses and other invaders in the body. Some researchers of atopic dermatitis discuss the lower levels of fatty acids as well as the vulnerability to irritants that the suferers have.
The book on curing eczema addresses diet, supplements as well as various skin products to heal and normalize the skin. She includes recipes for both the skin as well as internal consumption with all natural products. I had noticed for myself that my skin would clear with certain supplements and incorporating various natural foods, but I had no clear system. During the summer I was indiscriminately buying vitamins, herbs and homeopathic products without direction. Susan's plan puts things together into a coherent plan and approach.
The one turn off I had when deciding to purchase the ebook was that the sales page looked a bit unprofessional. I wasn't sure if it was a fly by night company, but there was a sixty day money back guarantee so I was re-assured by that. Also, I liked the convenience of an ebook which I can read on the computer or print out. Having a system is important as there are so many different oils to choose from, immune system enhancers and dietary plans that it can become very confusing and expensive otherwise.
Read a review of Beat Eczema to gain insight into the rash and it's solutions at http://www.itchyskinrash.net/review-of-beat-eczema.html