Eczema

Shea Butter Recipe for Eczema

This is shea butter cream for eczema enriched with Wheat Germ base oil, Lavender and Sandalwood essential oils. It could be very good for eczema. You can also try with other essentials oils believed to be good for eczema.

What do you need?

  • 2 oz. unrefined Shea butter
  • 1 tablespoon Wheat Germ oil
  • 15 drops Sandalwood essential oil
  • 15 drops Lavender essential oil
  • 4 oz. empty clean jar

You don’t have to melt shea butter at all and this is the method i prefer. Make sure unrefined shea butter is on a room temperature before you start. Mash it with a fork and add oils. Mash it again a little bit. Mix it with a hand mixer for few minutes and you are done!

Alternatively, you can do the same cream using following method. Melt unrefined shea butter on the steam using double pot.  Put it out of the steam and let it cool down a little bit. Add Wheat Germ oil and mix it good. Add Lavender and Sandalwood essential oils and mix it. Put it in a clean jar and let it cool down on the room temperature.

Ingredients Good for Eczema

Below listed ingredients are believed to be good for eczema.

Butters: Shea butter, Cocoa butter, Coconut butter

Base oils: Wheat germ oil, Almond oil

Essential oils: Bergamot, Birch, Carrot Seed, Geranium, Hyssop, Juniper, Lavender, Melissa, Myrrh, Patchouli, Pine, Sandalwood

Others: Emu oil

Share Your Personal Experience with Shea Butter for Eczema

If you have personal experience with the use of unrefined shea butter to treat eczema, please share your results with others. You can also check how other people voted. Thanks in advance!


Read general guidelines on how to make your own creams.

Learn more about shea butter, what it is good for and where to buy it.



Comments

Eczema — 10 Comments

  1. Thanks for this awesome website about shea butter and how to use it well. As for diet and eczema, the thing that helped me the most was removing as much sugar as possible from my diet. I used to be a serious sugar addict and have given up probably 90% of the sugar I used to eat. Now whenever I eat more than the smallest amount of sugar, the eczema comes back. Shea butter cream has helped me keep my skin healthy as well.

  2. My son has eczema and we have found that he was allergic to cows milk. Removing cow’s milk (or cow’s milk formula) from diet helps a great deal. Using tea tree oil mild handmade soaps works wonders too. Oh and of course raw shea butter!

  3. My baby has eczema on his face, hands and arms. I’ve been taking raw shea butter and mixing in a few drops of evening primrose oil, just in my hand until combined. It only took about 4-5 days of putting this on his skin, and the eczema vanished. I did have to put it on about 5 times/day (he’s a drooly baby). If I reduced it to only 2-3 times, the eczema came back.

  4. Hi, my name is Erika, I am new to this site and was wondering if anyone ever tied to add vitamin E or Olive Squalane when making whipped shea butter. My Little Boy and myself both suffer from Eczema so use black soap to wash but when it flares up although shea butter on its own makes the patches better but the eczema does not completly go away. So my question is how much of these oils to add to the shea butter?

  5. wonderful site,a giver never lack pls.keep on establishing ur team of a potentiential enterpreneur.remain.bless

  6. My son had eczema really bad on his knuckles, elbows and ankles. I treated him with tea tree oil and raw shea butter and you can’t even tell he had it! Wonderful product!

  7. I have had eczema for years and suffered from the itching and skin discoloration.

    After changing my diet, adding a good multivitamin and using both shea butter and black soap on my skin, this year, for the first time, the eczema is under control.

    I just wash daily with the soap and moisturize with the butter and I’m good to go!

    I plan to make whipped butter to sell, because I’m a believer!

    • Hi,
      What did you change in your diet?
      Thank you in advance for sharing.

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