Eczema Articles

Short Term and Long Term Eczema Solutions

Dermatologists understand bacteria buildup on the skin can lead to serious Eczema flare-ups and it’s important to understand how the flare-ups can be minimized or eliminated completely by controlling skin bacteria! That’s why many Dermatologists refer their patients to All Stop for Eczema. Flare-ups worsen when there is an excessive bacterium on your skin. By…

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The National Eczema Association

Did you know that the National Eczema Association offers a support system? We saw the signup information and thought you might appreciate it. National Eczema Association for Science and Education National network. Founded 1988. Provides support for persons with atopic dermatitis (a common, chronic, non-contagious, inflammatory skin condition), as well as other forms of constitutional…

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Eczema Creams with Elidel and Protopic

The Dangers of Eczema creams with Elidel and Protopic Here is some important information on the Black Box Warnings currently on eczema creams such as Elidel and Protopic. From Vincent Iannelli, M.D. Elidel Cream (pimecrolimus) and Protopic Ointment (tacrolimus) are two popular prescription medications that are used to treat children with eczema. Unfortunately, many parents…

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Eczema and Suncreen

There is important information listed on the National Eczema Association website that most people don’t know about and we would like to share it with you. Some people find that sunscreens can make their eczema worse. When you chose a sunscreen you will need to think about the same things as you would when choosing…

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Eczema Skin Irritants

www.eczemaguide.ca Reports Clothes using synthetic fibers such as nylon, polyester or wool tend to irritate the skin, latex, rubber and plastics should be avoided without protective cotton liners. Cotton and linen clothing and bedding are best. Residual detergents in clothes and bedding are irritating, so use less detergents and double rinse. Soap flakes (e.g. Ivory…

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Eczema and Food

www.eczemaguide.ca Reports Foods may play a role in a small group of infants and children. Most of these reactions resolve in older children. Elimination diets may be useful if all other treatments have failed. It is frequently difficult during childhood to have severe restrictions of diet. In some cases foods do appear to be a…

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Dust Mites and Eczema

We found this little tidbit the other day on how house dust mites can play an important part with taking control over your eczema and we wanted to show it to you. Below is advice for people with Atopic Eczema. KEEPING THE HOUSE DUST MITE AT BAY; WHAT ARE HOUSE DUST MITES? House dust mites…

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Climate and Eczema

www.eczemaguide.ca Reports and writes: Weather Conditions And Air-borne Allergens: Climatic conditions such as pollution or smog will often cause eczema to flare. Eczema is more common in industrialized countries and in urban areas. Hot, humid weather as well as cold weather will also have adverse effects on eczema. Very low humidity can aggravate dry skin.…

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Dry Skin Treatmeant

Eczema is an unsightly skin problem that can be seen in young and old alike. Eczema often requires an effective Dry Skin Treatment because it is a problem of the upper layers of the skin and is in fact a version of dermatitis. It can be seen as persistent Eczema rashes, or as discoloration and…

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Dry Skin Cream For Eczema

Dry skin can be stressful and a very uncomfortable challenge when you have Eczema. If you are still on the hunt for an effect Dry Skin Cream that is highly effective. It’s not uncommon for your skin to feel tight and painful and look dull, flaky and even red at times. Associated with these Eczema…

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