1. Jennifer on December 19, 2015 at 10:30 pm

    Thank you for your eczema advice!

  2. Katherine on February 7, 2017 at 9:43 am

    After reading both parts of your story I feel hope! My sons story is very similar to your sons. My husband and I have felt so frustrated lately because every doctor we see prescribes us another stronger steroid cream. We have been using home remedies and trying everything you can imagine to bring some relief to our little guy (he’s 4). Just recently we found that he has an allergy to wheat. The doctors told us this was most likely not causing his eczema. We decided to try a wheat free diet anyway and within 3 weeks his body has cleared up 50%. We are still in the trial and error phase of finding what foods work for him and what cause the flare ups but cutting out the wheat has been a great start for us. Thank you for sharing your story, it makes me feel like we are finally moving in the right direction!

    • Jennifer Roberge on February 8, 2017 at 2:28 pm

      Oh yay! That’s such great news! Keep us posted. Wishing your little guy more healing and comfort.

  3. Nathan Zafran on April 20, 2017 at 5:51 pm

    Please ignore my last messsage. I was able to get both answers myself by checking further in your web site.


    Nathan Zafran

  4. Rebekah James on June 9, 2017 at 7:59 pm

    I’m so excited to find your website- I found you because im frustrated that everyone Is on the coconut train of late. Im ne to the allergy world. I recently started getting a rash whenever I use anything on my skin with coconut oil. It took me a while to figure out what was causing it and I inadvertently made hints wors because I was using products that also had coconut oil to “heal” the skin. My doctor said that she has seen a lot of these types of skin allergies lately and a little trial and error was all it took to find the problem. She also said that given the reaction I should avoid eating coconut and coconut oils because it’s possible to risk it even more severe allergic reaction. I had no idea how hard that would be!

  5. Albert Haines on October 5, 2017 at 10:48 am

    Im have been having eczema for a long time. I was told by my Dr. that that was what was wrong with my skin.

  6. Pam on May 20, 2018 at 2:36 pm

    Another thing is that my Dermatologist told me that I definitely do not have perioral dermatitis which I thought it originally was until I started reading more on this skin condition. I have read a lot in this issue and have never read or seen anyone who only breaks out in the specific areas of their face that I do. I know of people who have what I have all over their faces, arms, legs, necks, hands, feet…. you name it but not just all around their jawline and no more than about 3-4” above that like I do. I do not get it around my eyes, hairline, nose, neck or even my forehead. Just the two areas that I listed and they are sometimes smal itchy red or skin colored bumps that sometimes turn into blisters and oftentimes even are accompanied along with hives only in those areas. When scratched they turn into sores that take about a month to completely heal. I feel that there is no relief in site at times. Sorry for the replies. Just wondering if anyone has anything close or similar to what I have in those areas that are nowhere else. Thank you all and I hope that you are able to find some type of relief sooner than later

    • Jennifer Roberge on May 24, 2018 at 2:59 pm

      Hi Pam – I wonder if you may have an imbalance in your stomach, or issues with digestion. Have you ever seen a Chinese facial map used in Chinese medicine? According to it, that area is closely related to the stomach. Perhaps a visit to an acupuncturist or Traditional Chinese medicine practitioner could help you. It might be worth looking into. Or even a naturopath who can help you with improving your stomach health. It may just be an issue of not enough stomach acid or too much, which can be helped with supplements.

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