No, I never used. However, knowing that a skin with eczema is a damaged skin which has difficulty in retaining water because it has lost its lipidic barrier and is, therefore, dry, applying an oil such as coconut oil, may have advantages in the regeneration of the skin resetting the lipidic barrier and, thus, preventing the loss of water. Water is essential for the health of skin, even more in a skin with this type of disease. The daily application of ointments, fat creams and oils is essential to maintain hydration. But only as an adjuvant to pharmacological therapy prescribed by the doctor
not as single therapy.