Why You Should Try Witch Hazel for Eczema

By Laura Dolgy (see bio below) If you’re suffering from eczema and researching remedies to heal your skin naturally, then you most likely have already come across using witch hazel for eczema. Witch hazel is currently being used as a home remedy for a variety of ailments such as bug bites, acne, haemorrhoids and lastly,…

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How An Eczema Massage Can Benefit The Body and Mind

By Kortney Kwong Hing (see bio below) Is your eczema holding you back from getting a massage? I get it, when I have flares I like to keep them concealed and the last thing I would want is to have someone touching my skin on and around them. I also used to be embarrassed by…

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How to Control Asthma at Night

Suffering from asthma at night? Indoor air quality specialist, Patrick Holmes’ offers recommendations for nighttime asthma, as well as home remedies for asthma cough at night. By Patrick Holmes (bio below) Asthma is one of the most common illnesses today. It can cause chronic bronchitis and regular chest infections. When asthma is worse at night, we…

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Top Essential Oils to Buy for Eczema & Dry Skin

By Brooke Cade (see bio below) Eczema is a chronic skin condition that affects over 30 million Americans. Common as it may be, eczema is still an uncomfortable and sometimes debilitating condition that can compromise your quality of living. To treat eczema, more and more people are turning away from conventional medicine to essential oils as…

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The Best Supplements for Eczema to Treat Inflammation, Immunity & the Gut

By Dr. Erica Armstrong (bio below) – When healing from inflammation it’s important to supply the body with the proper nutrients, minerals and antioxidants from food; however, sometimes supplementation is necessary.  Today I’m going to share the best supplements for eczema symptoms and root causes you may want to try. In a functional whole person approach…

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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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Guide for The Natural Treatment of Eyelid Dermatitis

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

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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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Examining Foot Eczema & Common Misassociations

Although many eczema sufferers usually experience flare-ups in most common areas like on the front of their arms, behind their knees and around the neck, foot eczema can also occur. Foot eczema is most commonly confused with athlete’s foot; however, the two can be distinguished from each other. Athlete’s foot rashes appear between the toes…

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How a Diet for Eczema Changed This Toddler’s Eczema Rash

Deneen Carter is a licensed cosmetologist and has battled eczema for many years now. Her daughter, Kya has suffered from terrible flare ups and has even contracted cellulitis – a common bacterial skin infection. A few weeks ago, Deneen asked to share Kya’s story with us. Full disclosure – some images might be graphic to some…

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How Baking Soda Baths Help Eczema

If you discovered our previous post on apple cider vinegar baths for eczema, then you probably already learned that there are several natural alternatives to the typical eczema bleach bath. Aside from apple cider vinegar (that works as an astringent), baking soda can also be a wonderful home remedy for eczema relief.  Baking soda already…

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