The 5 most popular natural products against eczema

The 5 most popular natural products against eczema

Eczema, also called dermatitis, is a common skin condition that causes redness, itching and inflammation of the skin. There are different types of eczema, including atopic eczema, contact eczema and seborrheic eczema. Atopic eczema is the most common and is often seen in people with asthma or hay fever. Contact dermatitis is caused by an allergic reaction to substances such as soap or jewelry. Seborrheic dermatitis, also called mountain in babies, often appears on the scalp and face.

Fortunately, at Andelia we offer a range of 100% natural products that can help manage and relieve eczema. In this blog article we discuss our top 5 products and how they can be used effectively for different types of eczema.

1. African Black soap

African Blacksoap is a traditional cleaning agent from West Africa. It is known for its gentle yet effective cleansing properties and is particularly suitable for people with eczema for the following reasons:

  • Cleanses thoroughly without drying out the skin:

    The natural ingredients, such as shea butter and coconut oil, help hydrate the skin while removing impurities.

  • Anti-inflammatory properties:

    It helps reduce inflammation and can soothe the itching and redness associated with eczema.

Use: Lightly dampen the soap and rub it gently over the affected skin. Rinse with lukewarm water and pat the skin dry.

"Super happy with the Black soap. I use it for my eczema and it has almost disappeared after a week. I will definitely order it again and recommend it!"

- Mumtaz via Product Reviews

2. Krappa Oil for eczema on thin skin

Krappa oil , also known as Andiroba oil, comes from the Amazon region and is known for its powerful healing properties.

  • Moisturizing and soothing: This oil helps hydrate and soften the skin, which is essential for treating dry and flaky eczema.
  • Rich in omega fatty acids: These fatty acids promote regeneration of the skin barrier, which helps reduce eczema outbreaks.

Use: Gently massage a few drops of Krappa oil into the affected areas, especially in places where the skin is thinner such as the eyelids and in the back of the knees.

"I use the krappa oil for psoriasis and am very happy with it. It really soothes the itching and now after a week of using it I really see an improvement in my skin. I never thought I would find something that makes it better.. .so grateful!”

- Christa via Product Reviews

3. Shea butter

Shea butter is a miracle remedy for people with eczema because of its rich, moisturizing properties.

  • Intensive hydration: It helps deeply nourish and hydrate the skin, which is essential for dry, flaky eczema patches.
  • Protective barrier: Shea butter forms a protective layer on the skin that locks in moisture and prevents further irritation.

Use: Apply a generous amount of shea butter to the affected areas daily, especially after showering when the skin is still damp.

"I am already used to the smell. It feels soft and is easy to spread. I suffered from eczema with severe itching and dry skin. Thanks to the 100% pure shea butter that I rub over my body twice a day, I see an improvement I also recommend it to others who suffer from eczema. But also to people who love their skin. My brother does not have eczema but also uses the she butter for his face!

- Milagro via Product Reviews

4. Shea butter soap with Neem (Neem Miracle)

Our Neem Miracle Shea Soap combines the benefits of shea butter with the anti-inflammatory properties of neem.

  • Antiseptic and anti-inflammatory: Neem helps fight bacteria and fungi that can aggravate eczema.
  • Soothing: The soap soothes irritated skin and reduces redness and itching.

Use: Use this soap while bathing or showering to cleanse and soothe the skin. Rinse thoroughly and pat skin dry.

"I use the soap bar alternately in the morning or evening. The first time I felt a slight tingling on my face. The second time my face felt so soft after washing. So definitely worth repeating."

- Michelice via Product Reviews

5. Shea butter soap with Moringa Powder (Moringa Energy)

Moringa Energy Sheasoap consists of Shea butter and moringa powder and is an excellent choice for treating eczema, especially in the summer months.

  • Refreshing and nourishing: Moringa powder is rich in vitamins and minerals that nourish and revitalize the skin.
  • Antioxidants: The antioxidants in moringa help fight free radicals and support healthy skin.

Use: Use this soap to cleanse the skin, especially during the summer months when eczema can be aggravated by heat and sweating.

6. Cocoa butter for eczema in the back of the knees & armpits

Cocoa butter is an excellent natural moisturizer that penetrates deep into the skin.

  • Restorative: Cocoa butter helps repair and hydrate the skin, which is especially helpful for stubborn eczema.
  • Protective Properties: It forms a protective barrier that locks in moisture and protects the skin from irritations.

Use: Apply cocoa butter to dry and irritated skin, especially in areas where the skin is often bunched up, such as the armpits and the inside of the elbows.

"Great product, smells wonderful and leaves your skin feeling super soft"

- Eve via Product Reviews


Eczema can be a challenging skin condition, but with the right care and products, symptoms can be managed effectively. Andelia's 100% natural products provide a gentle and effective way to cleanse, hydrate and protect the skin from further irritation. Whether you suffer from persistent eczema, summer eczema or eczema in specific areas, our top 5 products - African Blacksoap, Krappa oil, Shea butter, Shea butter soap with Neem, Shea butter soap with Moringa powder and cocoa butter - provide the care you need.

Try these natural solutions and discover how our products can help you achieve healthier, happier skin.

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