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Skin, epidermis, dermatitis & neurodermatitis

Dermatitis & neurodermatitis are skin diseases...

...where "Neuro" is derived from the Greek word "neuron" and means "nerve". “Atopic dermatitis” refers to a skin condition that is associated with a connection to the nerves & nervous system.

"Derma" means "skin". "Itis" is used in medical terminology to indicate inflammation. The term “dermatitis” generally refers to inflammation of the skin.

(Epidermis is at the end of the article)

👀 Louise Hay generally sees skin problems as an expression of conflict with the outside world & a feeling of vulnerability.

In relation to dermatitis & neurodermatitis this can mean

🤺 External conflicts

Skin problems could indicate conflicts with other people or the environment that make you feel vulnerable or attacked.

🏇 Vulnerability

These disorders could occur when one feels emotionally vulnerable & has difficulty protecting oneself.

🤼 Stress & tension

The skin is often a reflection of stress and tension. Dermatitis & eczema can indicate a need to manage stress in a healthy way.

🧎‍♂ Conflict experience

Dermatitis & neurodermatitis can be related to a specific emotional conflict that affects the autonomic nervous system & the organ control center. This conflict could involve skin contact or touch, e.g. B. an emotional “skin problem” in the figurative sense.

🧗‍♀ Course of the crisis

Symptoms could appear in different phases depending on how the conflict is processed.


🥥 Coconut oil

Coconut oil is known for its moisturizing properties. Apply it to the affected skin areas to soothe the skin & relieve itching.

🌾 Oatmeal bath

An oatmeal bath can help relieve itching & soothe the skin. Add a cup of oatmeal to a warm bath & soak in it.

❄ Cooling

Use cool compresses or cold compresses to cool the skin & reduce inflammation.

💥 Avoidance of irritants

Avoid harsh cleansers, scented soaps & other skin irritants that could worsen symptoms.

🌬 Ventilate

Maintain good ventilation in your home to prevent moisture & mold growth, which can worsen skin problems.

Homeopathic recommendations

🌱 Sulfur

Sulfur is a homeopathic remedy that can be used for dry, itchy skin & redness.

🌱 Graphites

Graphites is often recommended for rashes & cracks in the skin.

🌱 Apis mellifica

This remedy can be helpful for severe itching & burning pain on the skin.

🌱 Calendula

Calendula ointment or tincture can be used externally for skin irritations & rashes.

🌱 Rhus toxicodendron

If the rash worsens with movement or scratching, this remedy may be helpful.

🍯 High-dose propolis cream

Consisting of propolis, grape seed oil & beeswax, is antibacterial, antioxidant & antiseptic. Grapeseed oil helps relieve itching, protects and nourishes dry, cracked skin. Grape seed oil also helps to support wound healing and treatment and has a soothing and weakening effect.

💆‍♀ Effect when applied selectively:

Dermatitis (neurodermatitis, eczema), psoriasis/psoriasis, warts, acne, injuries, scars, herpes, skin irritations, rash/redness,...

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According to Louise Hay, a skin rash (epidermis) with itching is a conflict with one's own identity.

🗣 It could indicate that the affected person feels insecure or uncomfortable in their own skin and is having difficulty accepting themselves or expressing themselves authentically.

There may also be external circumstances that contribute to the person feeling insecure or uncomfortable, such as a difficult relationship or an unfulfilling job.

Itching can be a sign of nervousness and irritability, while the rash itself is an expression of emotional distress or tension ⚡

🍃 Homeopathic remedies such as Apis mellifica and Urtica urens are recommended.

🪻 Essential oils such as lavender and tea tree oil can have a calming effect on the skin.

🩺 To treat the rash and itching, it can be helpful to address the emotional conflict and come to terms with your own identity.





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