Green Child Magazine’s 2012 Holiday Issue: Guess Who’s Featured

Have you heard about Green Child Magazine? It’s a wonderful digital magazine for eco-conscious parents. Their Holiday 2012 issue is particularly special for two reasons.

1. They praise Guava Mitts in their Green Gift Guide. We love these functional stay-on mitts and proudly feature them at The Eczema Company. You can find Guava Mitts mentioned on pg. 38.

2. I am a guest contributor! Don’t miss my article “Avoid the Eczema-Winter Blues with these Natural Cold Weather Tips.” (found on pg. 56)

Those are my top two reasons why you should check out Green Child Magazine’s Holiday 2012 Issue, but the issue is packed with lots of great information on learning to raise a greener family. And I bet you didn’t know that Louise from An Apple a Day Nutrition, one of our guest bloggers, is a featured contributor in every issue. She writes about healthy eating and offers easy, but nutritional recipes to try.

Hope you enjoy the issue!

Green Child Magazine Holiday 2012

FROM: Eczema


  1. Tracy Bush on December 13, 2012 at 9:20 am

    That is awesome- congrats!!!! You deserve it 🙂

  2. eczemaexcellence on December 13, 2012 at 1:03 pm

    Congratulations! Those mitts look nice… I got really excited about maybe getting them until I realized they were not adult-sized 🙂 But, I did not know about this website, so now I’m checking out all the good stuff they have!

    • Jennifer on December 13, 2012 at 1:06 pm

      Hi – Thank you! Actually, The Eczema Company is my business. I started it last year after years of working with my son’s eczema. I’d love to carry adult sized mittens, but I can’t find any…or any good gloves. Please feel free to email me if you have any good ideas, maybe I can create something. jennifer (at) eczemacompany (dot) com Jennifer

      • eczemaexcellence on December 13, 2012 at 1:16 pm

        I don’t have any ideas for gloves offhand, but after a few more minutes of perusing your site, I do have a suggestion. What an awesome site, by the way! I am an eczema sufferer that happens to be allergic to beeswax (and bee propolis, and therefore I also avoid honey). I found this out the hard way this year after using Badger Balm Baby Balm on my skin, and then waking up very red and inflamed! (I am also allergic to aloe vera, and don’t do well with shea butter). A lot of the products look wonderful, but the majority have beeswax. The Rubbit seems to fit the bill, but I’m looking for a thicker lotion or cream. If you come across any w/o these ingredients, I would love to hear about them!

        • Jennifer on December 13, 2012 at 2:37 pm

          Thanks so much! It’s VERY hard to find natural and non-toxic creams without any bee products. I have yet to come across any. I will keep you in mind if I find any – please do the same. Jennifer

  3. The Allergista on December 13, 2012 at 7:45 pm

    CONGRATS GIRL!!!!!! And love those mitts!

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