My eczema was so bad I didn’t want to leave the house for three weeks – I solved it with a £9.50 miracle cure

A mum has shared her ‘miracle cure’ after using a £9.50 cream to get rid of her painful eczema.

Lisa Dispirito, 54, blames menopause for the sudden onset of the skin condition that kept her unwilling to leave home for three weeks.

Lisa Dispirito first noticed the condition flared up in January

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Lisa Dispirito first noticed the condition flared up in January

Her first thought after developing a red lump on her throat in January was that she was allergic to a new perfume.

However, the itchy rash began to spread and she later found out she was suffering from the painful condition thought to be caused by hormonal changes brought on by menopause.

She told SomersetLive: “Every morning when I got up I would look in the mirror and it got worse.

“I’ve had clear skin my whole life so I was really shocked by it. To be honest, I felt very down and I worried that I wouldn’t be able to get rid of her.

“I didn’t want anyone to see my face and there was a period of three weeks where I didn’t set foot out of the house once.”

Lisa, from Devon, admitted she was wary of booking a doctor’s appointment knowing GPs faced long waiting lists.

She soon began ordering face creams, desperate to clear up the condition before finding her miracle cure.

After weeks of brands not doing the trick on the street, she came across Hydrosil Dry Eye Gel (£9.50 online) and Hydrosil Turmeric Butter & Hypoallergenic Milk Ointment (£10.50 online) sold by Skin Shop .

She discovered these products after reading an article about another woman experiencing similar symptoms.

“It wasn’t an overnight cure. My skin was so sore it needed time to heal and I could tell the products calmed it down,” she said.

“Within two weeks my eczema was gone. I couldn’t believe that after all this time of stressing and trying different brands, it finally worked.”

The products were so effective that she no longer even needed to use them daily to keep her eczema under control.

She added that she still has flare-ups from time to time but is able to control them with the eye gel.

She expressed relief and said she “no longer feels like a prisoner” in her own skin.

The consulting dermatologist Dr. Eva Melegh MD said: “Women entering menopause are more prone to dry, itchy skin and eczema. Reductions in the hormone estrogen can trigger eczema flare-ups in menopausal women because estrogen is an important factor in collagen production, which keeps skin elastic and moist.

“The skin around the eyes and neck is particularly susceptible to dryness from a drop in estrogen because it’s very thin and therefore doesn’t hold much moisture.”

https://www.the-sun.com/lifestyle/6171182/eczema-bad-didnt-leave-house-weeks-miracle-cure/ My eczema was so bad I didn’t want to leave the house for three weeks – I solved it with a £9.50 miracle cure

Sarah Y. Kim

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