What Risks Are Associated With Eczema?

Risks Associated with Eczema “Baby eczema” is a term sometimes used to describe the most common chronic type of eczema when it appears first in infancy.  Of new cases of eczema, 65% are diagnosed in babies less than one year of age. It is this age group of eczema suffers that are the most difficult…

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Can babies have baby eczema?

Can babies have baby eczema? Yes, babies can have baby eczema. Most eczema cases start in babies. Baby eczema on babies is most often confused with a rash when the eczema symptoms first start on infants. These rashes can become itchy and very painful. There are several factors that can cause a trigger for infant…

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How are your All Stop Eczema products used for a mild eczema case?

How are your All Stop Eczema products used for a mild eczema case? Mild eczema cases are classified as rashes only. If you are experiencing severely cracked skin, scabs or soars you should consider following eczema treatment instructions for severe eczema cases. For mild eczema cases the All Stop Proecza cream should be applied to…

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Can certain foods give you eczema?

Can certain foods give you eczema?     Eczema or atopic dermatitis is a genetic condition of the body. It is a type of skin rash characterized by itchiness, redness, and scaly skin. Eczema may be accompanied by oozing blisters surrounded by red or discolored areas from frequent scratching.

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Can you develop eczema as an adult?

Can you develop eczema as an adult? Eczema is a skin disorder that can be very uncomfortable and annoying for anyone who is dealing with it. It is more common on small children. Some children can grow out of eczema before puberty but sometimes adults have the onset of eczema in their 20’s or 30’s.

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Can your eczema creams be used while pregnant?

Can your eczema creams be used while pregnant?   Our All Stop ProEcza cream does contain 1% hydrocortisone.  This is a very mild dose of steroid. Hydrocortisone can be used while pregnant. Try to avoid using this on large areas of the body or over long periods of time. It is completely safe to use…

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