Topic dermatitis is an inflammatory skin disease that affects up to 20% of children with no available cure. Vegetable oil and colloidal oatmeal have been shown to reduce local skin inflammation and itching at a low cost with minimal side effects when used topically. We have conducted a study to test the feasibility and efficacy of using near neutral-pH cold-processed vegetable oil with 1% colloidal oatmeal to reduce atopic dermatitis symptoms when used twice daily for 20 seconds for two weeks in atopic dermatitis patients. Our results showed that colloidal oatmeal soap significantly reduced atopic dermatitis symptoms within the first two weeks of use. The study showed that colloidal oatmeal soap can be used in atopic dermatitis treatment. Using natural products can decrease the disease flare-ups which helps in reducing the need for steroids.
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Use of Colloidal Oatmeal Soap Can Reduce Symptoms of Atopic Dermatitis Topical colloidal oatmeal (CO) can reduce local inflammation, itching, and a number of other indications, at low cost and with minimal side effects.
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