Eczema

The Best Natural Scalp Eczema Treatment Options

By Laura Dolgy (see bio below) Are you experiencing a dry, itchy or oozing scalp and not sure why or what it is? It may be scalp eczema, which can be both irritating and embarrassing, but there are a variety of treatments that can be used to diminish the appearance of eczema on scalp, as…

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Eczema and Depression: How to Help Your Skin and Mind

By Laura Dolgy (bio below) Living with eczema can be both physically and emotionally draining, not to mention it can really wreak havoc on self esteem and self love. But did you ever stop to think that perhaps negative thoughts are limiting you from truly healing? This week we look at the connection between eczema…

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What is Dyshidrotic Eczema and How to Treat It?

By Laura Dolgy (see bio below) Do you ever experience tiny blisters on your hands or feet that are extremely itchy and tend to get worse once spring allergy season rolls around? You may be experiencing a well known eczema condition known as dyshidrosis, also known as dyshidrotic eczema and with many other names as…

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Best Natural Body Wash for Eczema

By Laura Dolgy (bio below) As an eczema sufferer, you probably already know how difficult it can be to find a natural body wash that does not exacerbate your eczema symptoms. There are so many different types of body washes on the market, but what should you keep in mind when purchasing your next body…

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How to Stop Scratching Eczema At Night

Eczema can be quite a nuisance to our daily lives. Between the itchiness, cracking and redness, you may feel like you want to hide under the covers all day. Then in the stillness of the night, the itching just seems worse and scratching just happens without thought.  So let’s talk about how to stop scratching eczema…

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How to Properly Exfoliate Eczema

Eczema can be insanely itchy and sometimes – extremely painful, especially when you’re trying to wash it or exfoliate. Surprisingly, exfoliation is extremely beneficial for eczema skin. Not only does it remove dry and dead skin, but it can also allow natural eczema treatments to penetrate the affected area more effectively. This week, we take…

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Eczema and Gut Health: A Connection Between Brain and Body

Are you suffering from eczema and trying to understand eczema and gut health, as well as the connection between the brain and body? This week, Dr. Robin Miller author of HEALED: Health & Wellness for the 21st Century and medical reporter on NBC discusses the impact eczema has on the gut and how that can…

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Eczema and Stress: Are They Related? Learn to Calm Your Mind and Skin

As you read this, more than 32 million Americans are scratching their skin due to eczema.  According to the National Eczema Association, eczema affects at least 10% of people in the United States. Eczema is a skin disorder that is triggered by allergens and other irritants, infections, extreme weather temperatures, and the one that we…

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The Best Facial Cleanser for Eczema

Facial eczema is never easy to treat. With all the different products on the market that claim to be sensitive facial cleansers, it’s difficult to choose a product that works for your eczema. That’s why this week – we’re discussing the best facial cleanser for eczema. Also make sure to check out some creams that…

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7 Holistic Eczema Treatments to Try Today

Do you suffer from mild or moderate eczema and just cannot find relief with conventional eczema treatments? Then perhaps you should consider looking into alternative medicine for eczema. This week, we share six holistic eczema treatments that can help provide relief via natural means. Please keep in mind that although these treatments can relieve eczema,…

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Pet Allergies and Eczema: Is it Time to Switch to a Pet-Free Home?

By Laura Dolgy (see bio below) Do you adore animals, but you’re terribly allergic to them? If dogs, cats, or any other animals cause you or your children major allergies,  it might be time to consider giving the pet to a new home. Why put yourself or your children through the torture of allergies, eczema,…

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The Most Natural Cradle Cap Treatments (and Seborrheic Dermatitis)

Has your little one been suffering from an ongoing flaky scalp full of crusty and oily patches? Or are you an adult who suffers from this condition, also known as seborrheic dermatitis? You’re not alone, it’s pretty common. Either way, have no fear – we’re here to help you get through the worst cradle cap…

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