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Comment posted by Chiffon of Austin, Texas, USA on 22 July 2019 at 0:35 5166
I developed eye eczema at the beginning of this year. For months, I didn't know what it was. I tried povidine iodine, which knocked it back a lot but it was still hanging on. I could feel every eye blink and my eyelids were tender to the touch as well as a bit inflamed. Someone suggested vitamin E oil, which also gave me some relief and it kept it knocked back but not gone. I used flowers of sulphur when I was a teen to treat acne, as recommended by my father. I adhered it with Vaseline and I had an amazing complexion even though I had the oiliest skin of anyone I ever came across. I ordered flowers of sulphur online. I tried sticking it on with vitamin E oil but I got it in my eye. It burned, but it probably also helped anyway. I next tried coconut oil and I had better success. I used that only once after the other treatments were partially successful. All inflammation and pain are gone! Yes, flowers of sulphur works on eczema! I highly recommend it.