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How to Soothe Eczema During Pregnancy

By Laura Dolgy (bio below) You probably already know that pregnancy can affect a woman’s body in many ways, but did you know that many experience eczema during pregnancy? With an influx of hormones and body changes, it’s not very surprising that eczema can creep up. Although there is some information about pregnancy-induced eczema (also…

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How to Treat Scaly Eczema

By Laura Dolgy (bio below) If you’ve ever experienced extremely thick, dry skin that resembles a “crocodile” feel to it, then this post is for you. This week, we’re sharing our top recommendations for treating scaly eczema. The first step in treating your scaly eczema is using a proper natural cream or balm that can…

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Eczema Awareness Month + A Special Giveaway!

These past few years have been a busy time for eczema and eczema research! From studies that prove atopic dermatitis is in fact an immune-driven disease (source) to a new FDA approved drug for moderate to severe eczema. We’re finally getting to the bottom of this difficult condition – but there is still so much…

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A Natural Treatment for Eczema

In the previous part of this series, Eczema 103: How to Heal Eczema From Within, we discussed how to heal the body from the inside out. Now we’re going to discuss how to treat eczema naturally. Please keep in mind that although these tips and information have worked for several sufferers, we are in no…

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The Eczema Diet and Your Salicylate Sensitivity

By Karen Fischer (see bio below) When my daughter Ayva was ten months old, a nurse from the local Early Childhood Centre who had seen her a few months earlier exclaimed, ‘Has your child still got eczema?’ I thought: what a rude comment, eczema is a genetic condition and what could I do about it?…

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4 Ways of Dealing With Groin Eczema

There are many unpleasant areas to have eczema creep up on you, but one of the most annoying and possibly embarrassing areas has to be: the groin. Groin eczema, also known as groin dermatitis, is actually more common than you think especially because the skin in that area is thinner and much more sensitive than…

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Hi, I’m Jennifer, a mother who went through so many trials and errors trying to heal my son’s eczema and it was so unbelievably difficult. I learned a lot along the way and I want to share our experiences with you in the hope that it can help you in some small way or better yet that…

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