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).
There is a big difference between Eczema and Psoriasis skin conditions, and each one affects the body differently. Psoriasis usually comes with mild itching, while with Eczema the itching can be very intense.
Childs Farm Moisturizer cares for delicate skin types such as those that babies have. Childs Farm Moisturizer is a baby moisturizer that contains several ingredients which are specifically formulated together to protect and hydrate baby’s delicate skin.
Considering eczema is as common as it is, modern schools and childcare centres are not particularly well equipped to deal with it. My Children’s Eczema story is not dissimilar to may people I have spoken to. I went back to work when my son was six months old, which is also when his eczema was at its worst.
My little girl was born with dry skin ( not surprising as I’ve had eczema since a child and my husband has a skin condition but not eczema ). At first, it was manageable with zerobase but as she turned 2 that’s when it really flared up and that’s then when we got referred to a dermatologist…
Can you trust what’s in a shop bought eczema cream or lotion? We look at the best homemade eczema remedies. Nothing can beat the best homemade eczema remedies. Without a doubt, natural and if possible organic remedies ….
Light therapy as it’s commonly known or Phototherapy which is its medical name, is a process of exposing the skin to UV light which suppresses overactive skin immune system cells that cause inflammation.
Testing for allergies is vital for controlling and managing your eczema. There are many different types of tests available and we have listed them below. Eczema prick testing and patch testing for allergies are the best ones for establishing what affects your skin and body the most.
What’s the first thought you have when you wake up on a morning? How’s the weather? What’s work going to be like today? Well, for me waking up with eczema every day, my first thought is ‘ How bad is my eczema?’ If I’ve been kept up all night scratching or in pain with my eczema…….
Looking back now, I guess I didn’t have a really bad time at school, but I put this is down to my skill at avoiding problem situations and the fact that I had built a completely false persona. If I hadn’t made so many excuses and gotten so adept at avoiding things, I dread to think how much worse things could have been for me…..
A parent who suffers from eczema or has a child who suffers from eczema will always want to know if their newborn child has the same condition when first born. In my experience as a parent who has eczema and also a parent who cares for a child who has really bad eczema……………….
This is a post from a young Eczema sufferer, who shares her experiences Growing up with eczema. We don’t like to put words into peoples mouths so we have left this message exactly like we found it. It’s the painful truth and sometimes we hide away from the truth about eczema.
If you’ve been struggling with eczema all your life, you probably feel as if you’ve reached the end of the road. All the hopes you had of a cure might have dissipated over the years and you kind of feel that what is remaining is hope for the best and prepare for the worst. Latest eczema research 2017-2018……….
The best Bonfire night eczema advice we can give you is…. Don’t let eczema spoil the fun! Bonfire night should be enjoyed by all, having eczema should be no reason not to enjoy it. Even if you’re experiencing a flare-up, you can still watch the fireworks through the window and have fun and games inside.
Every child should be able to enjoy not just Halloween but every special event and celebration without fear that they will be in pain or suffer. With these top tips to enjoy Halloween, it hopefully ensures your night runs smoother. Why should they miss out just because they have eczema?
Eczema is not a specific disease but it is the name for a group of conditions that cause the skin to become red and raised tiny sores containing fluid atop, elevated plaques. It is very common nowadays but fortunately not contagious that means you can’t catch it from someone else.
This is a lovely and heartbreaking blog sent in by one of our readers. She has given us permission to share it, in the hope it helps others who find themselves in a similar position. She also offers some helpful advice on eczema. I have a number of memories from when I was the parent ….