Herbal Eczema Treatment


Our Approach

The skin inflammation is a sign of toxins inside your body. You see it on the skin because your skin is the largest and only visible organ of your body. Therefore, in the case of serious or chronic skin problems, treating from the outside with cream is not sufficient.

Our natural approach is to detoxify your body by expelling the toxins from inside; preventing the problems from coming back.*

Free Online Consultation

For people who live in the San Francisco Bay area, please call 650-588-8335 to make appointment with Dr. Li.

Otherwise, you can take advantage of our free Online Eczema Treatment Consultation

Testimonials from our patients

I was itching all over my body and I have been using the medication from the doctor give me the medication for about two to three years, but I look up online for a certain medication which is called Ecdermaid. I have been using since 4 days and have not been feeling to itching or scratching at all. I feel like this product really works. **

Kusumo, from Norwalk, CA, Oct 2010

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Products we recommend

EcDermaid Capsule is an herbal formula for eczema. It is specially designed by Dr. Li for moderate to severe eczema. It works for all types of Eczema. This formula contains sixteen different natural herbs. They act together to

  • Detoxify your body system to heal from the inside. *
  • Reduce itching, redness and crack associated with eczema. *
  • Improve your blood circulation to nourish your dry skin. *

Skin-Detox Supplement helps strengthen the skin immunity to fight against allergens and pollution, and deliver necessary nutrients to support your skin health. *


If your children have Eczema, please click on children's Eczema for more information.


Merry Clinic Eczema Treatment Plan:

Our natural eczema treatment plan focuses on balancing your body system from inside, and controlling the symptoms from outside to manage your eczema.*

1. Healing from inside: Clean the toxins inside your body to relieve the symptoms associated with your eczema from the root.

2. Control from outside: Use our natural EcDermaid Cream or Spray to control your skin inflammation and relieve your itch and rashes.

3. Dead Sea Salt Bath (optional): Restore minerals to your skin. It can help heal damaged skin barrier caused by eczema or improper topical treatment.

4. Diet restriction: To avoid further aggravating your eczema, you need to eliminate certain foods which might generate toxins inside your body. These foods include alcohol, coffee, spicy food, dairy products, nuts,  gluten, tropical fruit (mango, pineapple), seafood and red meats.

5. Stress management: Try to reduce your stress level by doing exercise, getting enough sleep, etc.

6. Maintenance: Take Merry Clinic Skin-Detox formula as needed to supply necessary nutrients to support and maintain your skin health.

Treatment Products

Ecdermaid Capsule
Ecdermaid Face/Body Spray
Ecdermaid Hand/Foot Cream
Skin Detox Formula
$39.99; 3 for $99

Eczema Treatment Packages

One Month Supply Packages:

Three bottles of EcDermaid Capsules + One free bottle of Body Spray

Price: $110.97 

Three bottles of EcDermaid Capsules + One free bottle of Hand/Foot Cream

Price: $110.97  

Package: One-month Internal only Natural Eczema Treatment Solution:


3 bottles EcDermaid Capsule

Price: $101.97 (Save $9.00) 

Supplemental Products

Herbal Bath Packets
Dead Sea Salt
Mineral Soap
Therapeutic Shampoo

$17.95 $14.95 $7.95 $17.95

Frequently Asked Questions

FAQ about our Eczema Treatment

Return Policy

If for any reason you decide to discontinue taking the EcDermaid Capsules, simply return the unopened bottles within 45 days of purchase. You will be refunded the cost of the unopened bottles. Shipping and handling charges cannot be refunded. For more detail, please go to return policy.

Understanding Eczema and How It Can Be Treated

Eczema is a skin condition that results in areas of the skin that become red, dry and itchy. In some cases, it can even cause the skin to crack and take on a leathery appearance. When it comes to treating the disease, you need to have an understanding of it, and how the various treatment options can help.

What Is Eczema?

Eczema is a skin condition that often appears in the form that is similar to an allergic reaction. However, the actual cause is not known, and researchers do not attribute the condition to an allergy. While the cause is not known, there are a variety of factors that may contribute to the condition:

  • Genetics – It is believed that eczema runs in families, especially those with a history of allergies, asthma and eczema. Genetics also plays a role in those with extremely sensitive skin, which is also prone to eczema as well.
  • Environment – More cases of eczema are seen in urban areas that have increased pollution levels. Additionally, those who live in areas with colder climates tend to have an increased risk of eczema.
  • Immune System – Researchers also believe that eczema results from the immune system being overactive or functioning abnormally.

Eczema, which is often referred to as atopic dermatitis, most commonly affects infants and young children, although there are some cases that occur or are first diagnosed in adulthood. The areas of inflammation are often seen in areas with skin folds, such as the neck, elbows, knees and groin. However, patches can also appear on the face, neck, wrists and ankles. Many younger children tend to outgrow the condition as they get older, but there are some who continue to suffer the flare-ups throughout their lives.


In addition to the causes of eczema, there are also triggers that can cause a flare-up to happen in those who have been diagnosed with it. These triggers can include:

  • Diet – Foods such as nuts, eggs and dairy can cause eczema to flare. However, you should always consult your doctor before removing specific foods from your or your child’s diet.
  • Stress – Eczema often flares during periods of stress for both children and adults that have the condition.
  • Temperature Extremes – Exposure to higher temperatures, especially those that result in sweating, as well as colder temperatures can trigger an eczema flare.
  • Irritating Substances – Clothing made from wool or synthetic materials and soaps and lotions with fragrances and other irritants can cause eczema patches to arise on the skin as well.
  • Dry Skin – Dry skin is another factor that can affect eczema. Whether due to environmental conditions or repeated exposure to water or cold, dry air, anything that causes the skin to become drier can result in a flare-up.

Eczema Treatments

For many sufferers, eczema treatment starts without medication. Making sure to use only mild soaps or cleansers can help prevent irritation. Those who have the condition should also avoid taking long baths or showers and should use only warm water when doing so. Moisturizing the skin using lotions, ointments or creams within three minutes of bathing can also help the condition by making sure the skin doesn’t become dry.
It is also recommended that those who have eczema and live in colder environments use a humidifier to help replenish moisture in the air. Additionally, those with severe cases may also be advised to add a very small amount of bleach to a warm bath in an effort to help kill the bacteria on the skin.


If following the above recommendations don’t work, there are also eczema treatments that include medications. These may be in the form of creams or oral medications prescribed by a doctor.

  • Hydrocortisone – Ointments and creams containing hydrocortisone may help control eczema symptoms. Most are available without a prescription.
  • Steroids – Steroid creams and oral medications may be prescribed for those who suffer from more serious cases of eczema. Whether using the medication in a pill form or as a cream, it is important to follow all doctor recommendations to avoid side effects.
  • Antihistamines – Antihistamines may be prescribed for eczema flares to help control itching and other symptoms.
  • Immunosupressants – If other types of treatment have failed, doctors may prescribe drugs that work by suppressing the immune system, resulting in less symptoms and flare-ups.

In addition to the above treatments, doctors may also prescribe ultraviolet light therapy and moisturizers that replace the skin’s barrier to help keep more moisture in and inflammatory agents out.

Eczema Natural Treatment

Another option for those suffering from eczema is natural herbal treatment. Merry Clinic’s herbal treatment options focus on the underlying causes of inflammation, which include toxins within the body. By eliminating the toxins in a natural way, many sufferers find relief from the condition without the unwanted side effects related to prescription treatments. If you are interested in finding out more about Merry Clinic's eczema herbal treatments, feel free to contact us or use our free online consultation to find out how eczema natural treatments can help you.


*This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. 

**All customer testimonials as found on our Website are strictly the opinion of that person and any results such person may have achieved are solely individual in nature; your results may vary.