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Our Eczema Trials: NAET Treatment Review

If you’re suffering from allergies or asthma or eczema, I bet you’ve looked into countless remedies and treatments. A quick search on Google will show you that there are dozens of new treatments and natural remedies that are said to cure these conditions, but many of these treatments come with a hefty price tag. When…

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Our Eczema Trials – Cortisone

Ahh, everyone seems to eventually take a side on this one – to apply cortisone or not. I now lean heavily on the avoidance side, but didn’t start out that way. I know that cortisone can help some children or adults for short periods of time, but if eczema continues to be a problem even…

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Our Eczema Trials – Wet Wrap Therapy

Wet wrapping therapy is a miracle short-term fix for moderate to severe eczema, psoriasis, allergic contact dermatitis, and even dermatomyositis. While in no means a cure, wet wraps can offer a much needed break from the everyday stress of dry, itchy eczema and many other skin conditions. Results can be dramatic after one time, but it…

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Our Eczema Trials – Immune Balancer

I’ve tried a lot of things in attempts at curing my son’s eczema. He’s come a long way since the head-to-toe severe eczema he had just one year ago. March 2011 is when things started to change for us. In this “Our Eczema Trials” series I will do my best to recap our successes and…

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Hot Water on Eczema: Do They Mix?

Hot water and eczema, by many accounts, don’t mix – so why do so many eczema sufferers claim it helps them? Read on to discover how hot water on eczema interact. Why Can’t I Use Hot Water On Eczema? The short answer: because it’s dehydrating. Heat is one of the most common triggers for eczema…

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Guide for The Natural Treatment of Eyelid Dermatitis

By Laura Dolgy (bio below) Do you ever experience itchy or swollen eyelids? Although eyelid eczema also known as eyelid dermatitis can be caused by a variety of external or internal factors, most cases are characterized by several common symptoms including itching, stinging and/or burning. It is also quite common to experience red, swollen or…

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Get Relief for Eczema on Feet

By Laura Dolgy (see bio below) Do you suffer from eczema on ankles or toes or elsewhere on your feet? Perhaps you’re experiencing blisters on the soles of your feet? If so, you’ve come to the right place. This week, we’re sharing the perfect eczema on feet treatment guide. Not only will we discuss the…

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Eczema and Psoriasis: What’s the Difference?

Did you know that like eczema, psoriasis is a common skin condition? In fact, psoriasis affects close to 125 million people worldwide. Also, like eczema, psoriasis is a chronic autoimmune condition that causes itching, scaling, and pain. This week, we discuss what is the difference between eczema and psoriasis. If you’re suffering from either skin…

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What is Dyshidrotic Eczema and How to Treat It?

By Laura Dolgy (see bio below) Do you ever experience tiny blisters on your hands or feet that are extremely itchy and tend to get worse once spring allergy season rolls around? You may be experiencing a well known eczema condition known as dyshidrosis, also known as dyshidrotic eczema and with many other names as…

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9 Natural Remedies for Psoriasis You Should Try

by Laura Dolgy (see bio below) If you didn’t already know, psoriasis affects as many as 125 million people worldwide. It is known as a chronic autoimmune disease that is characterized by thick skin plaque that cause itching, scaling and pain. If you’re suffering from psoriasis, then we know how difficult it can be to…

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