Mineral soap: This mineral soap has a regenerative effect (it absorbs dirt and provides minerals to the skin). Avoid using liquid hand soap for washing hands.
Dead Sea salt: Dissolve 250 g of salt in 750 ml of water, put this in a plastic bottle and place this in the bathroom. In this way you create a salt water lotion with the same concentration as that of the Dead Sea.
Then take a plastic bucket where your hands fit in well, preferably with a lid so that you can close it well after use (eg a Greek yogurt pot). Pour enough lotion from the bottle into the bucket (250 ml is a good average) so that your hands are well under water. Keep your hands at least 15-20 minutes per hand in this salt water lotion (eg while watching TV). The more often and the longer you do this, the better.
Change the lotion when it becomes cloudy (on average (depending on the degree of eczema) you can use a hand bath for 6-7 days with a single daily use of 15-20 min).
One liter of Dead Sea water is, on average, sufficient for 4 adult handbaths. With a pot of salt (1.2 kg) you make a small 5 liter Dead Sea lotion. Shelf life is infinite.
After washing / contact with the Dead Sea lotion the salt will burn on the skin causing the itching to decrease. In this way the skin is disinfected. This is a normal, temporary response.
Mud Hand Cream: Apply the hand cream 2-3 times every day and when itching. Avoid scratching.
ATTENTION: Do not use the products on open wounds.
Read more about the causes and treatment of eczema.