The Best Crib Sheets for Eczema

Are you looking for the best crib sheets for baby with eczema? Ensuring your little one has proper bedding for their sensitive skin is an important part of eczema management. It also ensures they get the best sleep possible while staying warm and comfortable. Read on to learn more about finding the best bed sheets…

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Can Vitamin E on Eczema Help?

From essential oils to reducing stress through meditation to natural creams and gentle clothing, there are so many potential options for treating your eczema prone skin. But have you tried vitamin E oil for eczema? Some research indicates that vitamin E can help relieve symptoms. Read on to learn more about whether vitamin E may…

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Skin Conditions That Are Often Mistaken For Eczema

Are you suffering from eczema or treating the wrong infection?  Itchy and inflamed, eczema is among the most common skin conditions. But it might not be to blame for every unexplained rash or uncomfortable itch on your body. Several other conditions share similar symptoms and can wrongly be mistaken for eczema.  We explore three skin…

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Should I See a Dermatologist or Allergist for Eczema?

Eczema is an inflammatory skin condition that causes a red, itchy, dry, and irritated rash on the skin. There are actually several different types of eczema, with atopic dermatitis being the most common. The chronic skin condition affects approximately 10-20% of the worldwide population. In order to manage symptoms and prevent flare ups, it’s important…

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How Does Melatonin for Eczema Help?

It’s no secret that sleeping well is an important part of overall health and wellbeing. A good night’s rest consists of 7-8 hours of high-quality sleep. Unfortunately, eczema tends to itch more at night which can get in the way of the restful night you deserve. Spending the night tossing, turning, and trying not to…

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Treating Eosinophilic Esophagitis Symptoms

Eosinophilic esophagitis, often called EE for short, is a food allergy that causes inflammation of the esophagus after eating certain foods. This chronic disease of the digestive system can be difficult to diagnose, manage, and treat. In this post, we share more information on this immune system disease and share some treatments for eosinophilic esophagitis. …

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How to Soothe Scrotal Eczema Symptoms

As the crotch is a warm, moist area, many conditions can develop including jock itch and scrotal eczema.  The scrotum is the bag of skin that holds and protects the testicles. Although men may feel embarrassed about scrotal eczema, it’s a common condition for men and there are solutions to help ease symptoms. In this…

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Eczema vs Ringworm: How to Tell Them Apart

Have you noticed a rash on your skin and are struggling to determine whether it’s eczema or ringworm? You wouldn’t be the first. These two quite bothersome skin conditions are very similar in lots of ways, with many people confusing the two afflictions as a result. The most glaring similarity is that each skin condition…

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Love, Skin, and Better Living with Eczema Bedding

Love expresses itself in many forms. But none of them is as testing as caring for a sick loved one. This responsibility leads one a journey, far from the comfort zone, into valleys and peaks of despair and hope. But ultimately it is one of the most fulfilling experiences life can throw at you. This…

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Eczema vs Acne: What’s the difference?

Eczema and acne are both skin conditions that can cause the skin on the face to be red, irritated, and inflamed. Because of their similar appearance, it may be difficult to determine whether you have eczema or acne. In this post, we’ll discuss the difference between eczema vs acne, as well as provide some ideas…

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How to Stop Compulsive Skin Picking Naturally

Ever since I could remember, I always had to pick at something. When I was young, my nails were usually the main focus. Even putting on anti nail biting polish couldn’t stop me from chewing them up. As a got older, I started to move away from nail biting and began picking my arms, then…

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Navigating Food Allergies when Dining Out

Researchers estimate that 32 million Americans have food allergies, and studies show that they are becoming more and more common. In fact, the prevalence of food allergies in children increased by 50 percent between 1997 and 2011. It’s also a good idea to think carefully about the risks associated with dining out. Each year in…

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