Posts Tagged ‘eczema relief’

5 Remedies For Healing Weeping Dermatitis Naturally

By Laura Dolgy (see below) If you suffer from eczema/dermatitis, then this time of the year is probably the most difficult for your skin. Colder temperatures and harsh winds tend to dry out skin for long periods of time leading to more painful, cracked and red eczema. It could also lead to weeping skin and…

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The Ultimate Winter Eczema Care Guide

By Laura Dolgy (bio below) Ah, yes the most anticipated season of the year has begun – winter (said no one with dry skin ever). Unfortunately for many eczema sufferers, this is the time for severely cracked, itchy and of course – dry skin. But don’t fear! Winter eczema can actually be quite easy to…

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How to Eat Well for Winter Eczema Relief

By Dr. Amy Duong (bio below) To my eczema warriors! Today I’d like to give you a list of foods and how to prepare them that would be beneficial to eat with the intention of nourishing and healing skin to prevent eczema in winter. I often hear from my patients that their eczema worsens in…

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5 Tips for Soothing the Eczema Itch

By Dr. Amy Duong (bio below) I want to share with you some tips that I offer to my patients to relieve the eczema itch, which can be very prominent, constant and so very irritating. The constant scratching and itchiness also prevents healing of the skin because of opening up pre-existing wounds and creating new…

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Homeopathy and Eczema: How Does it Work?

By Melanie Dupres (see bio below) The bathroom cupboard is full of creams, antihistamines, steroids, and antibiotics that have almost passed their expiration date but no longer give you any relief.  You are at your wit’s end and about to give up hope because you cannot find a treatment for eczema that works for you.  It’s time…

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Types of Dermatitis: How to Identify which One You Have

By Cedars Dermatology (see bio below) Do you think you’re suffering from dermatitis? Dermatitis (a general term that describes inflammation of the skin) comes in many different forms. In this guide we’ll breakdown a variety of skin condition symptoms, as well as possible natural treatments to get you started on the road to recovery.

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Fact vs. Fiction: Topical Steroid Withdrawal

Topical Steroid Withdrawal exists, but thankfully it isn’t as widespread as you may think. Read on to learn more. By Neil R. Lim, BA and Peter A. Lio MD (see bio below) Topical corticosteroids (TCS) were hailed as a modern medical miracle when they made their debut over 60 years ago. For the first time, many…

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Dermatitis Scars: 13 Home Remedies

By Hannah Do (see bio below) Itching is only half of the battle you have to go through if you have eczema scars or dermatitis scars. Because once the itch and scratching subside, you’ll have to deal with the terrible and embarrassing scars. While some scars fade away in time, some of them actually never…

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Calendula for Eczema: Why You Should Try it

By Angelique M. Saffle (bio below) Calendula is known in herbalist circles as the “mother of the skin.”  It is a safe and gentle plant, possessing no known drug interactions or adverse effects for long-term use.  Calendula in an oil or salve form is the perfect herb for many skin issues on the face and…

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Soap Nuts: A Great Natural Option for Eczema

I met today’s guest blogger online a few years ago when I was just starting the blog. I was reaching out to online support groups and found Heidi at her eczema FB support page and immediately loved her natural approach. We’d been using soap nuts for a while at that point, so when I saw…

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Trialling Eczema with Dry Wrapping

You’ve probably heard about wet wrapping, if not, see the step-by-step instructions on how to wet wrap in my post here. But did you know that wet wrapping isn’t a good long-term solution and isn’t necessary for mild to moderate eczema, AND it can be messy and difficult to manage? There is another solution! Dry…

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