My aloe vera gel are rather popular for treating rashes and eczema. However, I hope you can take note that everybody's skin condition differ. You should seek advice from a professional skin doctor if your condition is serious. Otherwise, you can start off slow by applying some on a small area and see how it goes. Individuals who have eczema should avoid prolonged exposure to hot water, which can make eczema worse.
Aloe vera works to clear eczema in a few different ways. Aloe vera moisturizes, which helps keep dry skin hydrated. Eczema is often exacerbated by dry skin, so anything that adds moisture will help to alleviate the redness and dry patches characteristic of eczema. Aloe vera encourages healthy skin growth, and it also acts as a protective barrier.
Aloe vera gel can also soothe skin burned or over-exposed to the sun. When applied onto the skin, it cools the burn while it provides deep moisturizing to the damaged skin. It has shown great healing qualities to skin that's inflamed due to allergies, rashes, eczema, minor cuts, scraps and even insect stings.