Eczema is a skin condition where the skin becomes inflamed, itchy, red, cracked, and very rough. This term is usually used to generally describe common skin conditions such as atopic dermatitis, contact dermatitis, dyshidrotic eczema, and nummular eczema. Although there are several types of eczema, the most common type is atopic dermatitis. Along with the previously listed effects, the skin of those who suffer from eczema may start to blister if not treated properly. When this occurs, the skin eczema present can turn into something called weeping eczema. The following article goes in great detail about what weeping eczema is and how to handle it.
Eczema can be hard to handle on the skin, but on the scalp? Scalp eczema can be very difficult and frustrating to understand, control and keep at bay but the following article provides some insight on root causes and treatments to use to reduce discomfort.
An essential oil is a highly concentrated liquid that has volatile chemical compounds that are extracted from plants. These highly concentrated liquids make great treatments for an adult’s skin especially for those who have eczema. Not only do these oils work well on adults, but they also work just as well on new babies and maybe even better because of their newborn skin.
Exfoliating eczema can seem like the opposite of what you should be doing – wouldn’t this just aggravate your skin more? Removing dead skin is actually incredibly healthy for your eczema. However, you do need to be very careful about how you proceed. Read on for our Comprehensive Guide: Exfoliating & Eczema (below).
So you’re looking for an Air Purifier for eczema? We will show you the best air purifiers on Amazon for eczema in 2020.
Have you heard that coconut oils can be a way to cure eczema? This guide will explain why it works and how you can use it to treat your sensitive skin.
Eczema can be displayed in varying ways and forms but one specific form of Seborrheic Dermatitis is one that can be difficult to deal with and treat on a daily basis. The following article goes into depth about what eczema is on a basis and what seborrheic dermatitis is and how to treat it.
There are just so many different things that we suffer from as humans that we are reluctant to discuss with other people! Suffering from itchy feet caused by foot eczema ( Dyshidrotic Eczema ) is certainly one such thing.
What did people do about embarrassing problems before they had the trusty internet to turn to for advice, I wonder?
At Our Eczema Story, there is no topic too embarrassing because we have literally seen it all before. When people need help chatting about an issue that leaves them red-faced (or red-footed) then we are definitely the resource for you. In this blog Itchy feet: Is it foot eczema? We will cover every aspect of eczema on your feet.
Eczema on dogs? Who knew that was possible! Just like humans, dogs can develop eczema too. The following article explains what dog eczema is, the causes and how to treat it.
Eczema is a skin condition where dry patches of itchy skin form on the body. This typically occurs because of some kind of inflammation in the body. When this does happen, however, certain foods the eczema sufferers may have affected their skin negatively. With this being said, there are several foods that one should stay away as well as incorporate in their diet if they have eczema.
Eczema is a skin condition where the skin becomes inflamed, itchy, red, cracked, and very rough. This term is usually used to generally describe common skin conditions such as atopic dermatitis, contact dermatitis, dyshidrotic eczema, and nummular eczema. Although there are several types of eczema, the most common type is atopic dermatitis. Along with the previously listed effects, the skin of those who suffer from eczema may start to blister if not treated properly. One effective treatment option is the use of essential oils. Specific essential oils have minerals and components that decrease the side effects of eczema such as redness, irritation and inflammation.
Eczema can be a very frustrating condition to deal with which can leave unwanted scars. Although this may be the case, there are several ways to treat it which can not only benefit the scarred areas but can nurture already healthy skin! The following information goes into further detail in regards to what can be used to benefit healthy and scarred skin.
Are you or a loved one struggling with eczema? If so, here’s the good news: goat milk soap can help with rapid relief from eczema symptoms.
All different types of people suffer from eczema and with this comes its varying severities but one thing that definitely benefits all who do suffer is a nice lukewarm bath! The following categories further explain the specifics of why bathing is so effective and the different types of baths that all have one sole purpose and that is to alleviate your irritation.
Eczema may be a different experience for people of all ages. This means that each individual will need a remedy specifically for them! This article covers a wide variety of alternatives to help make living with eczema more manageable.
Eczema. It can be displayed in various ways and different levels of severity with different age groups. When it comes to toddlers, it’s very important that parents be aware of the symptoms, causes, and appearances so that they can better identify eczema. Although there are several, symptoms appear in different forms for different age groups. In infants younger than age 1, eczema is normally present in the form of a rash on their cheeks, forehead or scalp. In some cases, it may spread to the knees, elbows, or trunk. For older kids (toddlers) and teens, eczema normally appears in the form of rashes in the bends of elbows, behind the knees, on the neck, or in the inner wrists or ankles. Skin can present itself as much drier and scalier when eczema first begins.
Eczema can be found in all skin types, but do they all have the equivalent uphill battle to manage their symptoms? Is the score even across the board? It has been found that eczema found in skin of color has a different severity of symptoms that all ethnicities may not have to face.
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