It's simple - soak and seal. Wet wrapping is when you soak the skin in water, then seal with a moisturizer and damp clothing to hydrate the skin for an extended period of time. Here's how to do it in 6 easy steps!

  1. Soak in lukewarm bath water for 15-20 minutes. No soap!
  2. Towel dry and seal the skin with a natural eczema cream.
  3. Dampen some wet wraps and cover the skin.
  4. Cover with our selection of Remedywear™ clothing for eczema that is made with TENCEL and embedded-zinc fibers.
  5. Leave the clothing on for a minimum of two hours up to overnight (as long as the damp layer stays damp.)
  6. Remove the clothing and moisturize the skin again.

This whole process can be repeated 2-3 times per day for a few days.

Nothing provides quick eczema relief like wet wrap therapy! Wet wrapping also works well for psoriasis, allergic contact dermatitis, and dermatomyositis. Another great option is dry wrapping - give it a try.

For long term healing, please read our tips in How to Get Rid of Eczema Naturally.

Please note: No steroids or medications of any kind should be used when wet wrapping unless recommended by your physician.