Posts Tagged ‘scratchmenot’

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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Eczema Scratch Mittens: An Essential Part of the Healing Process

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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Natural Remedies for Eczema – What Worked For My Son

When my son, Tristan’s, eczema peaked at 3 years old, he was head to toe covered in red, itchy, dry skin that was inflamed and painful looking. I cried on and off throughout each and every day back then out of sheer frustration over not knowing how to help him and with worry about how…

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American Eczema Awareness Month

October is eczema awareness month in the United States.  In Canada it will be celebrated in November (more to come on that next month). So, let’s spread as much eczema awareness as possible in the US in October!  But how? Here are a few ideas: Speak to your child’s school or class to educate them…

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Eczema Clothing: How to Prevent Eczema in Your Children

There is nothing worse than seeing your child suffer. Preventing eczema in babies seems impossible. Eczema is absolutely unforgiving when it comes to the maddening desire to scratch. As adults we can sometimes control the scratching reflex, but many times we don’t even realize we’re doing it. And it feels so good to scratch! How…

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