Posts Tagged ‘eczema clothing’

Stress, Sleep and Eczema: How Are They All Related?

We all know how stress can trigger eczema, so it’s important to keep stress under control in order to prevent flare-ups. In our previous blog post, Eczema and Stress: Are They Related? Learn to Calm You Mind and Skin, we discussed a variety of tips to control stress and say goodbye to stress eczema (stress…

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Eczema and Sweat: How to Prevent Summer Induced Flare Ups

By Laura Dolgy (see bio below) One of eczema’s worst enemies = sweat. Sadly, humidity and eczema just aren’t friends in most cases. This week, we’re taking a look at eczema and sweat and what can be done to avoid flare ups from summer heat and humidity. Please keep in mind that although these what…

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How to Soothe Eczema During Pregnancy

By Laura Dolgy (bio below) You probably already know that pregnancy can affect a woman’s body in many ways, but did you know that many experience eczema during pregnancy? With an influx of hormones and body changes, it’s not very surprising that eczema can creep up. Although there is some information about pregnancy-induced eczema (also…

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Eczema Clothing for Babies and Children: Our Recommendations

By Laura Dolgy (Bio) When your little one is suffering from eczema, it can be the most stressful and painful experience you will ever go through as a parent. It’s never fair to watch any child suffer from relentless pain, itching and infections. When parents are first dealing with eczema, they will usually resort to healing…

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Why You Should Choose Organic Cotton Clothing for Kids With Eczema & Sensitive Skin

By Laura Dolgy (see bio below) Recently, we shared a few thoughts on both latex hypersensitivity and polyester allergies in our blog post Your Guide To Textile Dermatitis as fabric and clothing sensitivities are becoming more prominent among the eczema community. We’d like to continue sharing some fabric alternatives for kids with eczema, textile dermatitis…

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Best Eczema Treatments for Babies: Your Guide to Natural Care

Did you know that, according to the National Eczema Society, as many as 10% of all infants in the US have some form of eczema? Those are pretty worrying odds and something a new parent should never have to think about. Unfortunately, baby eczema is a reality. In this post, we breakdown both the most…

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Why Scratch Mittens Are An Essential Part of Healing Eczema

By Laura Dolgy (see bio below) Nothing is more annoying or painful as watching a loved one suffer from eczema and experience relentless scratching. Those of us who do suffer from eczema will agree that scratching provides relief (even if only for a second) but that it also causes a whirlwind of other issues like…

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How Scratch Mittens offer relief for eczema in children

By Andrea Thomas (see bio below) What started off as a tiny red patch of skin on my newborn daughter, turned into a journey of eczema, skin allergies and craziness. It also inspired me to invent the ScratchMeNot Flip Mitten, a solution that would forever change our family’s experience with eczema. My daughter was only 2…

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Why Natural Fibers are Essential for Eczema Clothing

By Gabriella Diesendorf (bio below) Natural fabrics are composed of fibers made by plants and animals. Some natural fabrics include cotton, linen, hemp, cashmere, silk and wool. When you wear clothes made of natural fabric, you just feel good because you’re wearing fibers that are breathable, lightweight and biodegradable. On top of that, natural fabrics absorb perspiration,…

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Could The Eczema Company Win The Cribsie Awards?

Why not?!!! But we can’t do it without your help! IF, and only IF,  you love The Eczema Company, then show us and nominate us! Until December 20th you can nominate The Eczema Company for the Cribsie Awards. The Cribsie Awards recognize the best products, services, and websites for babies and tots. These are the ultimate open…

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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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