Top 10 Skin Foods to Eat for Eczema Skin Conditions

Top 10 Skin Foods to Eat for Eczema Skin Conditions

Eczema can be a challenging condition to manage, but did you know that the food you eat can play a significant role in its management?

In this newsletter, we will be sharing the top 10 skin foods to eat for eczema skin conditions, offering you beneficial nutrients that promote healthy skin.


1.  Avocado: Packed with healthy fats, avocados help nourish your skin from within. They are also a great source of vitamin E, which has been shown to protect skin cells from oxidative damage.

2.  Salmon: Rich in omega-3 fatty acids, salmon has anti-inflammatory properties that can help reduce eczema flare-ups. Moreover, its high vitamin D content supports overall skin health.

3.  Spinach: Loaded with antioxidants, spinach can help fight free radicals that contribute to skin inflammation. Its high vitamin C content assists in collagen production, keeping your skin firm and elastic.

4.  Sweet Potatoes: These nutritious root vegetables are rich in beta-carotene, which the body converts into vitamin A. Vitamin A is essential for maintaining healthy skin and promoting skin cell regeneration.

5.  Blueberries: Packed with antioxidants and vitamin C, blueberries offer potent skin-protecting benefits. They can also help strengthen the skin barrier, reducing moisture loss and preventing dryness.

6.  Walnuts: Walnuts are an excellent source of fatty acids, including omega-3 and omega-6. These healthy fats help retain moisture in the skin, reducing itching and irritation associated with eczema.

7.  Green Tea: Known for its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, green tea can help calm inflamed skin. Drinking a cup or two daily may aid in managing eczema symptoms.

8.  Broccoli: This cruciferous vegetable contains high levels of vitamins C and E. Both vitamins work together to promote healthy skin and protect against oxidative stress.

9.  Flaxseeds: Full of omega-3 fatty acids and fiber, flaxseeds help alleviate eczema-related inflammation. They can be added to your diet in various ways, such as sprinkling them on yogurt or blending them into smoothies.

10. Coconut Oil: Coconut oil has moisturizing and anti-inflammatory properties, making it an excellent natural remedy for eczema-prone skin. Consider using it topically or incorporating it into your cooking.


Remember, incorporating these skin-friendly foods into your diet is just one part of a holistic approach to managing eczema.

External Product Recommendations

Kyrie Eczema Cream

Kyrie Relief Scrub

Blackgirl Sunscreen  

Please consult with a healthcare professional or dermatologist for personalized advice.


Stay tuned for our next newsletter, where we will explore additional strategies to support healthy, radiant skin.


Wishing you healthy and happy skin!


XO Amber 

owner & founder

Oil On My Hands LLC 

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