Posts Tagged ‘dry wrapping’

Get Relief for Eczema on Feet

By Laura Dolgy (see bio below) Do you suffer from eczema on ankles or toes or elsewhere on your feet? Perhaps you’re experiencing blisters on the soles of your feet? If so, you’ve come to the right place. This week, we’re sharing the perfect eczema on feet treatment guide. Not only will we discuss the…

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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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The Ultimate Winter Eczema Care Guide

By Laura Dolgy (bio below) Ah, yes the most anticipated season of the year has begun – winter (said no one with dry skin ever). Unfortunately for many eczema sufferers, this is the time for severely cracked, itchy and of course – dry skin. But don’t fear! Winter eczema can actually be quite easy to…

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Eczema 104: How to Protect & Treat Eczema Naturally

In the previous part of this series, Eczema 103: How to Heal Eczema From Within, we discussed how to heal the body from the inside out. Now we’re going to discuss how to treat eczema naturally. Please keep in mind that although these tips and information have worked for several sufferers, we are in no…

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5 “Handy” Ways to Keep Hands Eczema Under Control

Are you ready for your “handy” tips? Did you catch my little pun? I thought it was fun – agh, now I’ve rhymed too. Ok, enough joking around, it’s time for these essential hand eczema tips that are hands down….oops. Ok, I’m done. Here we go, on to what you came for.

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Our Eczema Trials: 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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