People with eczema often experience sensations of burning, itching or tightness in the affected skin and if you suffer from this condition it may seem as if there’s little you can to alleviate it.
Eczema can’t be cured, but there are ways to better manage it and the first step
Nothing feels better after a long day than taking a nice, hot, steamy, soothing shower. But does your eczema and hot showers like each other?
Honestly, a hot shower feels so good, But for that few minutes of pleasure are you damaging your eczema?. Are you making a big mistake?
Researchers from the University of Sheffield and King’s College London have discovered that exposing the skin too hard water damages the skin protective barrier – which your body uses against outside threats such as harmful bacteria or sunburn – and increases the sensitivity of the skin to potential
Eczema and allergies, what are the connections? Well.. Case studies have shown that if one or both parents have eczema, asthma, or seasonal allergies, their child is more likely to have eczema. Did you as a child have Eczema and now suffer from hayfever or asthma?
We set up this website to help anyone who suffers or cares for someone with Eczema. eczema support and contact details are so important. Often, I get asked ‘ who apart from my doctor can help me’ Well. there are many organization out there that offer free and impartial information and advice.
There are loads of variations on these so please seek medical advice and don’t self-diagnose as this can lead to the wrong type of treatment being applied. People often say to us ‘ I suffer from eczema’ and we reply ‘ which type?’ and I’m always shocked when they say they don’t know..
Having Eczema is no fun at all and trying to find Eczema products that help is a hard task. The products in this article have been sent in to us by supporters and followers from our FACEBOOK group, ‘Eczema support group’ please feel free to join our group. It’s great to have someone to talk to and share your experiences with.
Would you like to help researchers at The University of Sheffield and The University of Manchester understand how our skin develops from birth and identify early risk factors for developing eczema by conducting Skin Testing for Atopic Eczema.
Eczema is one group of skin conditions that can cause various symptoms including bleeding, sores, oozing, crusting, scaling, thickened skin and pigmentation changes.