By Laura Dolgy (see bio below)
If you didn’t already know, eczema comes in many different forms. Although eczema is known for being itchy and dry, it is also known for causing sores, welts, redness, and scaly skin. If you’ve been frantically searching the web looking to classify your type of eczema and find the best treatment for it, but have been unsuccessful, you’ll want to read this post! In it we breakdown the most common forms of eczema, as well as the best natural treatment for eczema by type. Read more
By Dr. Amy Duong (bio below)
To my eczema warriors!
Today I’d like to give you a list of foods and how to prepare them that would be beneficial to eat with the intention of nourishing and healing skin to prevent eczema in winter. I often hear from my patients that their eczema worsens in the winter months due to the dryness from the cold temperatures outside and from turning on the heat in inside. Skin dryness signifies that the skin is not being nourished with the proper nutrients and thus the skin barrier to the outside environment weakens and the skin is subject to more irritants, weather changes, and eczema from internal detoxification issues.
Laura Dolgy (see bio below)
If you’re prone to eczema then you’ve probably spent countless hours researching the best remedies for quick and effective relief. Unfortunately, not every trick and tip on the Internet works, but we’re here to break down the top 10 natural remedies for eczema that can be tried today with items you can probably find in your home. Read more
By Brooke Cade (see bio below)
Eczema is a chronic skin condition that affects over 30 million Americans. Common as it may be, eczema is still an uncomfortable and sometimes debilitating condition that can compromise your quality of living.
To treat eczema, more and more people are turning away from conventional medicine to essential oils as they search for a more holistic and “big picture” remedy to their skin condition. The anti-inflammatory and stress-reducing properties of essential oils can help to promote healing and lasting change to improve your eczema for good.
In this article, learn more about the causes of eczema, who’s at risk to develop it, as well as the best essential oils for eczema. Read more
If you suffer from eczema, then this time of the year is probably the most difficult for your skin. Colder temperatures and harsh winds tend to dry out skin for long periods of time leading to more painful, cracked and red eczema. It could also lead to weeping skin. Read more
By Mike Arsenault (bio below)
Ten years ago my daughter Emily was born with eczema. Being an acupuncturist, I knew that using steroids on her tiny, infant body could be a very slippery slope, so I used my herbal training to make a simple herbal balm for her. It worked so well that I used it on my acupuncture patients with sensitive skin and eczema and it worked so well for their eczema treatments, that we launched Emily Skin Soothers. Now we have a whole line of eczema prevention soaps and balms that is sold all over the world, including through The Eczema Company. Read more
Wow – we can’t believe it’s already 2017! We absolutely love ringing in the New Year and want to share that moment with our followers.
If you had it tough last year, we’re here to remind you that the New Year not only brings good luck, but new opportunities. This month, we’re focusing on a “New Year, New Skin” initiative. No matter what you’re experiencing or feeling, it’s time to leave those issues in the past and start fresh!
Itchy Little World along with The Eczema Company will be providing new resources throughout the year about eczema, as well as tools to control it. One resource and tool we’re excited to share with our community is Prime Physique Nutrition’s The Conqueror Eczema Academy. If you haven’t met Abby from Prime Physique Nutrition, then you can check out her eczema story as well as her tips for coping with emotional health when suffering from eczema. Read more
By Dr. Amy Duong (bio below)
I want to share with you some tips that I offer to my patients to relieve the eczema itch, which can be very prominent, constant and so very irritating. The constant scratching and itchiness also prevents healing of the skin because of opening up pre-existing wounds and creating new scratches. As with any of my recommendations, please talk to your naturopath or healthcare provider who is open to alternative medicine. I hope that those with eczema can find relief with some soothing baths and a more nutritious approach to diet. Ultimately, treating the internal environment of the liver, digestive system, and nervous system will help to cure eczema for good! Read more
By Melanie Dupres (see bio below)
The bathroom cupboard is full of creams, antihistamines, steroids, and antibiotics that have almost passed their expiration date but no longer give you any relief. You are at your wit’s end and about to give up hope because you cannot find a treatment for eczema that works for you. It’s time for PLAN B: Homeopathy. Read more