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.
In this post, 3 Ways To Treat Eczema On Your Feet, we’ll explain the 3 different methods for treating and managing your condition.
I suffer from eczema on my feet and so does my son, we have suffered from eczema all our lives and have learned to manage our condition
While vitamin D can’t prevent or cure eczema, being low in it can cause your eczema to be worse and increasing your levels will definitely help to treat it. Vitamin D is essential for good skin health, helping your skin to reduce inflammation and repair and regenerate.
I started to use Dead Sea salts in my bath at home after I realized how good my Eczema looked after swimming in the sea. It was 2013 when Myself and my family went on holiday to Cyprus, I love to go snorkeling in the ocean whenever I’m on holiday
In the middle of a dark and dreary winter, eczema sufferers can feel the effects of the season more than anyone. While you probably know that you should be getting more vitamin C this time of year to help with coughs and colds, did you know it may actually help
There are some strange, weird and wonderful treatments for eczema out there, such as ginger, oatmeal or bleach baths. Perhaps it is because people dealing with eczema get so fed up with the condition that they are willing to try…
If you’re like me and suffer from Eczema (Atopic Dermatitis) then packing and going on vacation or traveling for work can lead to all sorts of problems. Whenever I’m going away it seems that I’m never traveling alone, I seem to always be traveling with eczema. It’s my faithful companion
Is tea bad for eczema? Many types of food and drink are triggers that cause your eczema to flare-up. Both tea and coffee contain high amounts of salicylates, which is a natural pesticide that unfortunately can trigger eczema for some people. Try switching to green tea which is high in
My mother also suffered from eczema and my brothers, so It’s fair to say that we have seen and used many eczema treatments, cream, and lotions to try and manage our conditions. We have many friends who also suffer from eczema and in conversation, we often get asked
I’m not too worried for myself anymore as my days of having a full head of hair are long gone but I do worry about my Children. This problem is not just a male thing it’s just as relevant for women who suffer from eczema.
All the scratching we do
As your body goes into a healing stage where your eczema starts to go away and you feel better you need to continue your daily skincare routine and even step it up a bit. This is the time when your body is accepting treatments rather than when you’re having a
After receiving a question from one of our readers who asked: “Will My Eczema Stop Me Joining The Military?” We started to look into the reasoning for the Military either not accepting you in the first place or them discharging people who started to suffer from eczema and other skin
Eczema is a strange condition. While it reacts strongly to heat and generally makes its sufferers feel hotter, it can actually flare up less in the warmer months. Winter is the worst time for many eczema sufferers; so, with the cold months coming in fast, let’s have a look at
Ginger is a centuries-old skin remedy that has been used by ancient cultures to look after complexions. Ginger can be used as a treatment for eczema and also can reduce scarring. There are a number of different ways of applying ginger to the skin for lovely benefits.
Can you die from eczema? You can’t die from eczema directly only in very rare cases. The issue with this skin condition and many others are the secondary conditions that are associated with eczema like mental health issues and depression. These conditions often lead to suicides and self-harming.