Posts Tagged ‘wet wraps’

Caring Naturally for Your Baby’s Eczema

Did you know that, according to the National Eczema Society, as many as 10% of all infants in the US have some form of eczema? Those are pretty worrying odds and something a new parent should never have to think about. Unfortunately, baby eczema is a reality. In this post, we breakdown both the most…

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Managing Eczema in Children: 4 Tips for Parents

By Dr. Peter Lio (bio below) 1. Stop the Itch-Scratch Cycle One of my favorite techniques to help a child stop scratching is to do a “Skin Reset”. The idea is that if the itch-scratch cycle is getting out of control, you can hit the “reset” button by doing the following: Give a short bath or…

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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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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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