Herbal Dermatitis 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.*

Consultation with Dr. Li

  1. Free Online Consultation: Online Dermatitis Treatment Consultation
  2. Video Consultation: Video Consultation Info
  3. For people who live in the San Francisco Bay area, please call 650-588-8335 to make appointment with Dr. Li.

Testimonials from our patients

I had been suffering with an dermatitis outbreak on my forehead from a year and a half ago.  It would receed with steroid treatment, but appear again in days.  I was excited to find an herbal remedy online, and ordered three bottles of EcDermaid to try, with high expectation. I was totally amazed at how quickly it affected the rash.  I was convinced on the third day. It is now imperceptable to anyone looking at me, but I am going to continue to detox to see if it will be taken care of in long term.  Thank you, Merry Li!**

Karey, from Quartzsite, AZ, Dec 2010

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Products we recommend

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

  • Detoxify your body system to control the inflammation of the skin, clear up the skin rashes by treating the root.
  • Reduce itching, redness and crack associated with dermatitis.
  • 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.


Merry Clinic Dermatitis Treatment Plan:

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

1. Healing from inside: Take EcDermaid Capsule to clean the toxins inside your body to relieve the symptoms associated with your dermatitis 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 dermatitis or improper topical treatment.

4. Diet restriction: To avoid further aggravating your dermatitis, you need to eliminate certain foods which might generate toxins inside your body. These foods include alcohol, coffee, spicy food, dairy products, nuts, 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


$37when you buy 3

; 3 for $108

Dermatitis Treatment Packages

One Month Supply Packages:

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

Price: $120  ADD TO CART

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

Price: $120    ADD TO CART

Supplemental Products

Herbal Bath Packets
Dead Sea Salt
Mineral Soap
Therapeutic Shampoo

$25 $17 $8 $22

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.

What Is Dermatitis and How Can It Be Treated?

Dermatitis is essentially a catchall term for skin inflammation. However, there are different types of skin dermatitis, and understanding them and their causes can go a long way in helping those who suffer from the conditions to better understand their treatment options.
Nearly each type of dermatitis starts off with patches of skin that are red, itchy and dry. From there, the rash can become crusty, painful, cracked and even blistered depending on the severity. When you are first diagnosed with dermatitis, your doctor will probably focus on the most likely cause in an effort to determine the type that you are experiencing.

The Different Types of Dermatitis

There are essentially five different categories of dermatitis, and each category has its own causes and symptoms.

Contact Dermatitis

Contact dermatitis is the most common category of the condition, and is noted by a red or pink rash that itches. While determining the exact cause of contact dermatitis can be difficult, the cause will typically result in the diagnosis being one of the following:

  • Allergic Contact Dermatitis - Allergic contact dermatitis occurs when the skin comes into contact with a substance for a brief period. Some of the most common forms of allergic contact dermatitis result from touching poison ivy, oak or sumac, fragrances, rubber, certain hair dyes, skin care products and some detergents.
  • Irritant Contact Dermatitis - Irritant contact dermatitis occurs when the skin is aggravated by repeated exposure to a harsh substance. This condition can be caused by anything that causes irritation to the skin, including water in those who habitually over-wash their hands.

Contact dermatitis can often be avoided by making sure to keep away from potentially irritating agents or plants that are likely to cause an allergic reaction.

Nummular Dermatitis

Nummular dermatitis is a condition that is typically seen in those who are over 55 years of age, with most cases affecting men. This condition results in red, coin-shaped plaques that appear on the arms, legs, hands and sometimes the torso. Generally, nummular dermatitis is caused by taking frequent showers with very hot water or living in an environment that is very dry.

Atopic Dermatitis

Atopic dermatitis, which is also known as eczema, is typically seen in infants and children in families that have a history of the condition. In most cases children outgrow eczema, but it can continue into, or even start, in adulthood. Other causes beyond genetics can include the environment, stress, allergies and even defects in the skin’s barrier that allow germs to enter more easily.

Seborrheic Dermatitis

Seborrheic dermatitis is a condition that is known as cradle cap in infants and dandruff in adults. However, in addition to being on the head, this condition can also be on the face and genitals and can have greasy scaling in a reddish or yellowish color. This condition is common, and may be aggravated by stress.

Stasis Dermatitis

Stasis dermatitis often presents as skin irritations in areas such as the ankles. This condition is caused by a decrease in blood circulation that results in the legs swelling. Since the veins don’t circulate the blood in the legs properly, the blood and fluid pools and builds up, resulting in swelling. When this process continues repeatedly, it results in irritation of the skin.

Dermatitis Treatments

Even though there are several different kinds of dermatitis, most of them are treated using the same methods. Some of the most common dermatitis treatments include:

  • Hydrocortisone - For mild skin irritations, over-the-counter hydrocortisone creams often work well in treating the inflammation.
  • Corticosteroids - Corticosteroid creams are prescribed by your doctor and contain steroids to help control the itching and heal the inflammation. Some of these creams can be very strong and are not recommended for use over large areas of skin to avoid unwanted side effects.
  • Antihistamines - In severe cases of dermatitis, treatment may also include an oral antihistamine to help relieve the itching. This is often recommended in conjunction with one of the above treatment options.

There are also additional treatments that may be recommended depending on the type of dermatitis:

  • Seborrheic Dermatitis - In most cases, a dandruff shampoo that contains sulfur, zinc pyrithione, tar or other ingredients may treat the condition.
  • Nummular Dermatitis - In addition to corticosteroids, your doctor may also recommend the use of a quality moisturizer.
  • Stasis Dermatitis - Treatment requires controlling the condition causing the circulation problems along with making sure to try to keep swelling to a minimum. Elevating the legs or wearing compression stockings may be recommended in some cases.

Dermatitis Herbal Treatments

Merry Clinic offers a safe and effective herbal dermatitis treatment for those who want a more natural approach. Our herbal dermatitis treatment focuses on helping the body get rid of toxins that have built up inside the body in an effort to relieve and prevent flare-ups and skin irritation. If you are interested in Merry Clinic's dermatitis herbal treatments, please feel free to check out our free online consultation so you can start healing your skin naturally.


*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.