Psoriasis

Psoriasis and Diet: To Eat or Not to Eat

Psoriasis is a chronic inflammatory disease affecting around 125 million people worldwide. Characterized by red, crusty patches of skin covered with silvery scales, psoriasis flare-ups can be caused by a variety of triggers – including the food you eat.  Alternatively, you may notice a reduction in the frequency and severity of your flare-ups after changing…

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What is Nail Psoriasis?

If you are noticing changes in your fingernails and toenails such as discoloration or alterations in the nail bed, it may be that you are suffering from nail psoriasis.  You certainly wouldn’t be the only one: psoriasis is a skin condition that affects nearly 7.4 million people in the United States alone.  Let’s take a…

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Seborrheic Dermatitis vs. Psoriasis: How to Spot the Difference

By Laura Dolgy (see bio below) Do you suffer from a greasy or flaky scalp but cannot determine whether it might be seborrheic dermatitis vs. psoriasis? Although both conditions can look strikingly similar, there are a few symptoms that differentiate the two. Discover the difference of seborrheic dermatitis vs. psoriasis scalp below! What is Seborrheic…

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How to Choose Clothing for Sensitive Skin

Sensitive skin skincare has become more popular over the years. In fact, a quick search on the web shows thousands of creams, balms, and soaps that target specific skin conditions. However, have you ever thought about clothing for sensitive skin? Like skincare, clothing can be an extremely beneficial factor in healing skin conditions like eczema,…

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Honey: A Natural Eczema Remedy

By Jennifer Roberge (bio below) I am a big believer in the healing properties of Manuka Honey for eczema. Why? Because it is the key ingredient in our go-to eczema cream. The one that has helped my son’s chronic dry, scaly eczema as well as my daughter’s more minor, red inflamed eczema. The natural cream I’m…

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The NEW Paleo Mom: Eczema Guide

Every once in a while, we like to partner with a variety of health and blog experts who share their experience with eczema here or offer new resources to help our community. This week, we’re happy to announce that we’ve partnered with The Paleo Mom on a new Eczema Guide! The Paleo Mom was created…

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Psoriasis Triggers: Top 10 to Avoid

Psoriasis is a skin condition that is caused either by the genetic makeup of an individual or due to some problem with the body’s immune system. The condition occurs when the T cells – the white blood cells – become active and instead of attacking an infection attack the skin cells. This leads to dry,…

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The Best Natural Soaps to Buy for Eczema

By Laura Dolgy (bio below) It’s no secret that finding the best eczema soap or really sensitive skin is a nightmare. Most soaps end up leaving skin feeling dry and even more irritated. Not to mention that harsh and hot water can only exacerbate eczema symptoms. It’s enough to make us want to eliminate washing…

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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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Why You Should Try Aloe Vera for Eczema Relief

When you have eczema, the only thing you really want is relief. Like many eczema sufferers out there, I’m sure you have spent countless hours researching anything that can provide a break from the itching and dryness. Many have found relief through natural remedies for eczema like aloe vera, which has been a popular treatment…

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