Tried all the traditional forms of treatment for Eczema and still suffering all the unpleasantness that comes with it?   Then  this article might hold the answer to your problems and offer you new hope. READ ON to learn about


Hi, I am SunnyR.   I am writing an article that requires me to research a specific type of treatment for eczema. It is an alternative (to the traditional) method of treating eczema skin condition and takes a holistic approach to the condition. It is known as the 14 Days Eczema Cure.    I confess I did not know an awful lot about this condition before my research for this article but now I feel almost like a mini-encyclopaedia on the subject !!!

THIS article should give hope to many eczema sufferers.  It is about a tried and tested cure for the condition that can bring results in just 14 days. Its supporters far outnumber those who remain unconvinced by it and perhaps this last category of people did not have the necessary will power or commitment to see it through. Read on.

First, what exactly is eczema?   It is a skin condition included under the umbrella term of Dermatitis which means inflammation of the skin. It begins as an uncontrollable itch which scratching makes worse – unlike your normal everyday itch.   Eczema continues to itch relentlessly until a rash forms and with repeated itching and scratching cycles, it begins to “weep” and eventually leaves unsightly patchy scarring and roughened skin which turns red and unsightly. See the photos below for the variations in intensity of eczema. Apart from the physical hazards of this condition it also brings a lot of distress, embarrassment and insecurity to the sufferer, all of which lead to further stress which then exacerbates the condition!!!   A truly vicious cycle.

14day cure varying degrees of intensity of eczema
Picture 1 – Young adults and babies showing varying intensities of eczema

Click on these links to see further photos of this distressing condition (a)   on the hands   and   (b) in infancy .  This link also shows advanced eczema in an infant together with a video link  on the recommended treatment for the little fellow. treatment for baby

Eczema can affect people of all ages but usually starts in childhood or even infancy. In making a diagnosis of eczema, other common causes of rash must be eliminated such as those caused by prickly plants such as nettles or poison ivy or of chicken pox. In eczema, the skin turns red, scaly and develops sores. The itching is beyond tolerable and the skin starts to flake off in the form of scales.  Eczema usually starts in childhood but can flare up again in adulthood. Stress can trigger an episode of eczema, as high levels of stress hormones aggravate the skin condition. .  In childhood as many as one in ten children get eczema before they enter their teens but the majority get it before the age of five. Children who are older than five but not yet teenagers are also at risk of developing eczema.   Many leave this condition behind them once they enter their teens, but it often flares up again in adulthood – particularly when there is a genetic pre-disposition to allergies.

infant with eczema
Picture 2 – Baby with mild eczema

Eczema not only dries out the skin, but the condition is strongly characterized by relentless itching.  It affects the immune system.

The skin gives front-line protection, When any foreign bodies come into contact with the skin, special cells in the skin are activated. This interaction between these cells of the immune system and the “foreign body” triggers the itching episodes and lead to localized inflammation of the skin.  In allergic reactions, these special cells are over-sensitive and react to the “invader” bodies much more fiercely than normal.  The end-result is seen as the red, scaly, roughened skin which is typical of eczema.  In children who get eczema frequently, they have a larger quantity of these special cells.

There are other types of dermatitis, e.g. psoriasis and scabies but it is eczema that is the commonest type of dermatitis and it often occurs alongside other conditions of allergy.   A child with eczema, is more likely to have other family members who suffer from other allergic disorders such as hay fever, asthma, food allergies, and/or other allergy.  These family members are also more prone to getting eczema or have had it as children. It is a genetic disorder.

Other allergies occurring with eczema can make the eczema worse. But eczema is not contagious, so children need not worry about catching it from their classmates or anyone else. The first symptom of eczema is the itchy rash developing. Eczema often starts to develop in the moist skin creases behind the knees and inside of the elbows but slowly spread to the face and other body parts.

Traditional day to day care

Even though it is a chronic condition, the frequency of an eczema outbreak can be reduced by avoiding certain things which trigger eczema – especially by children who get eczema frequently. Such triggers include perfumes, detergents, soap, dry air especially in winter and sweaty, hot skin. Also avoid coming into contact with dust mites and scratchy fabrics that can increase skin irritation. A child must be discouraged from scratching even if the skin is itching badly, as that will make the skin itch even more. To this end, parents should keep the child’s nails cut as short as possible to prevent further damage to the skin while scratching. A cool, damp washcloth can be placed on the itchy skin. That together with drinking plenty of water provide moistures to the dry skin.

When a rash first appears on a child’s skin, it must be examined carefully as several conditions present with a similar-looking rash to eczema. The doctor will aim to eliminate other common causes such as nettle sting, insect stings/bites and numerous others before a diagnosis can be made. If eczema is confirmed, the  patient is given a moisturizing cream or lotion to stop the itchiness and drying of the skin. In serious cases, the patient is recommended corticosteroids to help control the skin inflammation. If the itching is really severe, the doctor may prescribe antihistamine in either liquid or tablet form. And continuous scratching breaks the skin and infection sets in then antibiotics will be prescribed. These measures give only temporary relief because eczema is a chronic condition.

14 Days Eczema Cure

Now that we have a sound understanding of this condition, let’s talk about the 14 Days Eczema Cure.  

The 14 Days Eczema Cure originally was devised by Fay Spencer back in 2008.   Click here for full details:                                             

She created this eczema cure after finding that orthodox treatments did nothing for her condition and found after many trial and error attempts a programme that worked well on her.   [Helpfully, she also integrates extra guidelines into this program for curing other diseases by natural methods that  might benefit other sufferers]

Does it really work? In truth, it works well for the vast majority who have tried it – but not so well for a few who have attempted to try it.

I use the term “attempted to” because the method requires resolve and for you to stick with it despite the temptations to give up before the 14 days and some people who attempted it but gave up too soon would probably have dismissed it as having not worked for them.

For an unbiased review of the author’s work and for a few of the positive testimonials click here:  TonyNguyen    Vkool is a website built by him which supplies not only reviews, but tips, ways, programs, methods and e-books.

In her e-book 14 Days Eczema Cure Fay Spencer shares her methods in order to help other Eczema sufferers get rid of this debilitating eczema condition. She bases her remedy on using only natural ingredients and methods and avoids the use of manufactured medicines such as steroids and antihistamines. Her holistic approach concentrates on strengthening the natural defences of the body, i.e. the skin and the immune system.  There is therefore no chances of skin damage or toxicity damage that can occur as side-effects with steroids and antihistamines. The e-book details the 14 day plan for ridding eczema in a useful list of small steps to work through (shown below). The programme aims to treat the causes of eczema.  It places great emphasis on taking care of the skin, keeping it clean and healthy and youthful by applying anti-ageing techniques and natural products – all of which lead to greater natural resistance to eczema.  Great importance is also given to managing and eliminating other causal factors such as the stresses that comes with depression and low self-confidence. 

In the main e-book the author takes you through these steps: 

  • How to completely get rid of eczema without using medications
  • How to stop the severe itching from eczema.
  • How to eliminate your dry and scaly skin once and for all
  • The only way to stop eczema at it is source – attack the root cause and not just the symptoms.
  • Finally you will be able to sleep at nights without the discomfort of eczema.
  • How to stop using steroids and other drugs that could be harming your skin in the long run
  • How to be 100% sure that you have eczema and not some other skin condition
  • Learn the various causes of eczema and how you can avoid and eliminate them
  • Get rid of redness, peeling and dryness of your skin
  • How to rejuvenate your skin and slow down the aging process.
  • How you can make your skin look younger, more toned and beautiful – [also check out link: younger looking skin secrets]
  • How to get your body to boost its natural ability to heal itself from all skin conditions
  • How to maintain the results.

So convinced is the author of the benefits her Plan will bring, she attaches a 60-day money-back [Guarantee] that “the 14 Days Eczema Cure Will Work For You”

Not only do you get the book but also several bonus offers that supplement the book and which help you achieve your goal to get rid of eczema.

Several other authors espouse to the 14 Days Eczema Cure.  See author Sarah McMahon’s Health and Fitness article published May 8th 2008 where she comments on a 14 Days Cure for eczema devised by Janet Simpson, a long-time eczema sufferer who strongly advocates a 14 Days Eczema Cure. Read Sarah McMahon’s account in her Health and Fitness article (May 8th 2008) by visiting the link :  Cure Eczema In 14 Days   It’s a must-read for those who want further convincing of a 14 Days Eczema Cure. This site also provides further numerous links which provide a huge range of products and methods to be explored by anyone with an interest in controlling and even eliminating the symptoms of their eczema altogether.

Author Janet Simpson believes that the main key to the success of the 14 Days Eczema Cure is based on a healthy immune system.  She strongly advocates looking after your the body’s defence system and you do this through what you feed your body – both from the outside (e.g.  skin – creams and lotions)  and from the inside (i.e. what food you eat). She firmly believes that a robust and healthy immune system is the key to fighting off the effects of eczema.

She asks: Can you really cure eczema in 14 days? Yes, you absolutely can with Cure Your Eczema…

She is a long-time sufferer and shares her natural formula for finally curing your eczema. This article is for anyone who suffers from this condition and is looking for effective, proven ways to manage the condition.

She says:     The first thing you want to look at is your diet that you consume on a regular basis. Many people who suffer from this condition consume a high acid diet. The acidity in the diet can be the cause of the skin condition. Begin cutting out all your cooked foods; yes summer time is coming and we all enjoy cooking a steak on the grill. However …….. read more

Simpson’s 14 Days Cure Eczema Guide has had several reviews over the years and the vast majority are happy with the outcome of her methods. The reader should click here: reviews for some of those reviews.   She is considering a video for future editions of her book.    This link provides more photos of eczema and  several links to further reading on cures and management of the condition.

In conclusion, you can see from the links and further numerous links within links provided in this article that much has been written about the 14 Days Eczema Cure by various authors providing their own variations on the same holistic method since the original publication in 2008 by Spencer and it would appear from the number of positive reviews of the methods recommended in her e-book that the 14 Days Eczema Cure is a great success which appear to give longer term relief than traditional medicines for the treatment and cure of eczema.  The methods target the causes rather than the symptoms of the disease by focusing on taking good care of the immune system and preparing it for fighting off the effects of eczema.     










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