Posts Tagged ‘natural eczema treatments’

5 Tips for Eczema Around The Eye

Laura Dolgy (see bio below) Similarly to eyelid eczema, many people suffer from eczema around the eye. Because the area around the eye is more sensitive and thinner than other parts of the face, it can be a little difficult to find a treatment that is both natural and sensitive enough to use on the…

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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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How to Use Essential Oils for Kids

Because eczema can be extremely uncomfortable and debilitating for children, many parents are starting to turn towards alternative, more holistic medicine practices like Ayurvedic treatments, NAET, or Acupressure for child eczema. Many are also beginning to look into essential oils for kids. Essential oils have been used by many eczema sufferers who are looking to remedy their…

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Tallow for Eczema: Why It Works

Have you heard of tallow? If you’re suffering from itchy, red or scaly eczema, then you’ll want to check out this natural ingredient that has provided relief to many eczema sufferers. This week, we discuss the benefits of tallow for eczema, as well as provide recommendations on the best tallow balm, tallow cream and tallow soap…

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Red Skin Syndrome: Learn to Heal Outside and Within

By Laura Dolgy (see bio below) Although quite controversial, RSS or Red Skin Syndrome, also known as Topical Steroid Addiction (TSA) or Topical Steroid Withdrawal (TSW) is a real thing. This week, we take a deeper look at Red Skin Syndrome and what treatment options are available for those suffering with the condition. We also…

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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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The NEW Paleo Mom: Eczema Guide

Every once in a while, we like to partner with a variety of health and blog experts who share their experience with eczema here or offer new resources to help our community. This week, we’re happy to announce that we’ve partnered with The Paleo Mom on a new Eczema Guide! The Paleo Mom was created…

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Our Eczema Trials: NAET Treatment Review

If you’re suffering from allergies or asthma or eczema, I bet you’ve looked into countless remedies and treatments. A quick search on Google will show you that there are dozens of new treatments and natural remedies that are said to cure these conditions, but many of these treatments come with a hefty price tag. When…

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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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How to Properly Exfoliate Eczema

Eczema can be insanely itchy and sometimes – extremely painful, especially when you’re trying to wash it or exfoliate. Surprisingly, exfoliation is extremely beneficial for eczema skin. Not only does it remove dry and dead skin, but it can also allow natural eczema treatments to penetrate the affected area more effectively. This week, we take…

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When to Follow-Up with a Dermatologist for Eczema Care

By Lauren Snitzer, MD, U.S. Dermatology Partners (see bio below) If you’ve already been diagnosed with eczema, how do you know when it’s time to go back to the dermatologist for eczema care? You’re already painfully familiar with the uncomfortable symptoms of eczema: red, itchy, cracked, blistered and inflamed skin. For some, flare-ups occur sporadically and…

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