Just the other day I was feeling a bit sorry for myself. We all have days like this when you’re suffering from eczema and feel very low. I have these days every now and then and my son had plenty of them when his eczema was at its worst. One method of keeping his spirits… Read More Eczema – Stop feeling sorry for yourself!
Do you have eczema on your face? When dealing with eczema on your face you need to be really careful what creams or lotions you use. Everyone who suffers from eczema has individual triggers that can affect your skin condition even more if you use something on your face that irritates the condition. Eczema can… Read More How to treat eczema on your face
You’re probably reading this because you have eczema and want a cure? Or you have children who suffer from eczema RIGHT? Well, I won’t lie to you… There is no known cure for eczema at the moment. SO WHY READ ON? It may be true that there’s no cure for eczema but that doesn’t mean… Read More The truth about eczema – It’s not pretty!
I’ve been thinking more and more about Eczema in old age, I’m not sure why as I’ve always looked forward to old age. I have plans with my wife to travel more and buy a camper van and travel all around the UK. I think I’ve started to worry about what my eczema will look… Read More Eczema in old age – Do you worry what yours will be like?
Eczema on your head: what can you do? Skin conditions like eczema are difficult at the best of times, both for the sufferer and if they are very young, for their parents. There are things that you can’t eat, can’t wear, bath products and creams you can’t use, and temperatures that you cannot cope with.… Read More Eczema on your head: what can you do?
Living with eczema is hard enough, what with all the Doctor appointments, Bathing, changing clothes covered in blood and the endless hours spent each day creaming, without having to deal with other peoples ignorances. There are things you never want to hear if you have eczema. When I was younger and had a rare good… Read More Things you never want to hear if you have eczema
What is DUPIXENT? DUPIXENT is an injectable prescription medicine used to treat adult patients ( 18 and over) with moderate-to-severe eczema, It comes in an easy to use injection that you can do yourself from home.DUPIXENT can be used with or without topical corticosteroids. Test have not proven to be suitable for children and this… Read More What is DUPIXENT? Miracle cure for eczema or hype?
How long does eczema last in adults? I have asked this question many times throughout my teens and into adulthood, and I’ve never received an answer that I was happy with. This is due to the fact that eczema is a very complicated condition. Specialists are unsure what exactly causes eczema and it’s an area… Read More How long does eczema last in adults?
We all know that living with eczema is hard, but one thing you’ll need to do is try and see the funny side to Living with eczema or it will beat you down each day. Here’s a funny example! My uniform at work like many is Black smart trousers, shirt, and ties. Nothing wrong with… Read More Living with eczema – This is sad but funny at the same time!
We recently received an email from Sarah a reader of our website and she wanted to share her experiences with eczema in the hope that it may help others and bring to light the effects that eczema can have in our lives for all those who suffer and those who care for sufferers. I have… Read More I have Eczema and was bullied at school – How to stop bullying.
What makes you itch? There are many reasons why you get the urge to itch ( Pruritus ) as it’s medically known. Anything from Fatigue, Depression,skin conditions even IBS can cause you to want to itch. Foods can also make you itch, This is a very well documented area in the medical field and we… Read More Foods that make you itch – Stop that irresistible urge to itch!
Are dogs bad for eczema? As if you needed any excuse to get yourself a fluffy four-legged friend, or give the one you currently have a stroke or tickle on the belly for being a good dog, well, new research now suggests that dogs may help protect children from developing not only eczema but also… Read More Can dogs protect Children From Developing Eczema?
Can you trust what’s in a shop bought eczema cream or lotion? Nothing can beat the best homemade eczema remedies. Without a doubt, natural and if possible organic remedies are far better than shop bought. Containing no steroids within the creams will put your mind at ease that there will be no long-term effects or… Read More Best homemade eczema remedies – All natural and easy to make.
What is phototherapy? Light therapy as it’s commonly known or Phototherapy which is its medical name, is a process of exposing the skin to UV light which suppresses overactive skin immune system cells that cause inflammation. The sun’s rays can help eczema but you cannot control that very well. Too little sun and you won’t… Read More Eczema Light Therapy – How long does it take and how does it work.
Testing for allergies is vital for controlling and managing your eczema. There are many different types of tests available and we have listed them below. Eczema prick testing and patch testing for allergies are the best ones for establishing what affects your skin and body the most. An allergy test can establish whether you have an allergy and what… Read More Eczema Prick testing and Patch testing for allergies
What’s the first thought you have when you wake up on a morning? How’s the weather? What’s work going to be like today? Well, for me waking up with eczema every day, my first thought is ‘ How bad is my eczema?‘ If I’ve been kept up all night scratching or in pain with my… Read More Waking up with eczema every day.
I was thinking one night whilst I had a quiet moment, which isn’t often with 3 boys in the house, about My school days with eczema and all the issues that came with that. Hindsight’s a wonderful thing. Looking back now, I guess I didn’t have a really bad time at school, but I put… Read More My school days with eczema
Does my baby have dry skin or eczema? A parent who suffers from eczema or has a child who suffers from eczema will always want to know if their newborn child has the same condition when first born. In my experience as a parent who has eczema and also a parent who cares for a… Read More Does my baby have dry skin or eczema?
This is a post from a young Eczema sufferer, who shares her experiences Growing up with eczema. We don’t like to put words into peoples mouths so we have left this message exactly like we found it. It’s the painful truth and sometimes we hide away from the truth about eczema. Many companies and magazines… Read More Growing up with Eczema
A Ray of Hope for Eczema sufferers Latest eczema research 2017-2018 If you’ve been struggling with eczema all your life, you probably feel as if you’ve reached the end of the road. All the hopes you had of a cure might have dissipated over the years and you kind of feel that what is remaining… Read More Latest eczema Research 2017-2018 – A Ray of Hope for Eczema sufferers
Eczema is not a specific disease but it is the name for a group of conditions that cause the skin to become red and raised tiny sores containing fluid atop, elevated plaques. It is very common nowadays but fortunately not contagious that means you can’t catch it from someone else. Researchers believe that it’s inherited… Read More Can food’s trigger an eczema flare-up?
One memorable moment defined his early childhood being knocked down by a car. Could that explain what happened next? Matt Lucas tells all about how he suffered from eczema in an exclusive extract from his new memoir One of my earliest memories is of being three-and-a-half years old at nursery, watching the other little boys… Read More Matt Lucas: Suffered from eczema and lost his hair at a young age
I’m sorry if this blog isn’t all sunshine and rainbows, but living with eczema is anything but, also the fact that eczema and depression go hand in hand. Granted, eczema is a painful condition characterized by feelings of inadequacy, low self-esteem, questions of “why me” just to mention but a few. Eczema and depression have… Read More Eczema and depression – How to cope!
How many of you have painful cracked fingertips? Lot’s of people who suffer from eczema have cracked fingertips. These are very painful ! Cracks form in the skin when the skin dries out and shrinks, causing them to split.These can be superficial and painless but unsightly, or they can be deeper and painful, and sometimes… Read More Cracked fingertips
What’s the connection between Eczema and Allergies? Eczema and allergies, what are the connections? Well.. Case studies have shown that if one or both parents have eczema, asthma, or seasonal allergies, their child is more likely to have eczema. Did you as a child have Eczema and now suffer in later life with hay fever or asthma?Scientists… Read More What’s the connection between Eczema and Allergies?
The types of Eczema can be difficult to diagnose, but it is paramount to treating it. So here’s a list of the different types of Eczema. ( Please always see a doctor for a formal diagnosis ) Atopic Dermatitis There are many types of Eczema and in this article, we investigate and identify the most… Read More What types of Eczema are there?
The hard truth about eczema: it’s something in the water Hard water damages our protective skin barrier and could contribute to the development of eczema, a new study has shown. In this article, you will find the truth about eczema and water! Researchers from the University of Sheffield and King’s College London have discovered… Read More The hard truth about eczema!
On the surface, eczema may seem like an ailment that is more annoying than debilitating. But for the more than 20 percent of kids who struggle with it, the effects can be more severe and costly (really costly) for their parents. Atopic dermatitis is the most common form of eczema, and tends to develop in infants. It… Read More Could Vaseline be the solution to Eczema?
Why do I have eczema on my hands? When I was younger I hated having eczema on my hands and I would ask my mum “why do I have eczema on my hands” I’m sure if you have Eczema you have said the same thing or thought it at some point in your life or… Read More Why do I have Eczema on my Hands
Eczema causes and triggers We don’t recognize what precisely causes skin inflammation but eczema causes and triggers are widely documented. Most sorts of skin inflammation, specialists accept are a mix of natural elements and hereditary qualities are included. Individuals with the condition have a tendency to have an over-receptive safe framework that when activated by… Read More Eczema Causes and Triggers
TOP 10 TIPS FOR BABY ECZEMA- Please remember all Babies and Eczema are different and before trying any recommendations you should consult your Doctor. These videos are published to share helpful tips and advice and are not endorsed by Oureczemastory.com So lets share this amazing mums Eczema tips. #1 Scratch mitts and sleeves. These are… Read More This mother shares her TOP 10 TIPS for baby eczema
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In the UK, one of every five kids and one of every 12 grown-ups have Eczema, yet in spite of the regular idea of the skin condition, it can leave sufferers feeling unsure. Blogging about his experience of living with skin inflammation on HuffPost UK, Liam Beattie stated: “Skin conditions may on appearance have all… Read More What is Eczema and the causes and treatments that can help?
Eczema is one group of skin conditions that can cause various symptoms including bleeding, sores, oozing, crusting, scaling, thickened skin and pigmentation changes. The most common type of eczema is atopic eczema, which usually affects children but can affect adults too. ‘Atopic’ means the condition is caused by allergy sensitivity. Eczema is a chronic problem… Read More How to diagnose Eczema in adults
This is an article published by a longterm Eczema sufferer sharing her experience and products that helped her. Please do your own research and test patches before using any products. Naturallypretty.co.uk only shares information to help you find relief from ECZEMA we don’t endorse any products… I’ve documented my problem skin a time or two… Read More Ive Battled With Acne,& dry skin For 15 Years
Nothing feels better after a long day than taking a nice, hot, steamy, soothing shower. Honestly, a hot shower feels so good, it’s almost poetic, you know? But is this an eczema mistake? The goosebumps you get as soon as the water hits your skin, the pounding of the water drowning out the noise of… Read More You’re Probably Making This Mistake In The Shower Every Day Without Even Realizing It
By: Gwen Smith Published in Features, Indoor Allergies, Skin Allergy Published: September 19, 2017 Dr. Emma Guttman-Yassky: by focusing on immune system pathways, she’s seen amazing results in her severe eczema patients. Photo: Daniel Krieger A physician and a biologic drug have been freeing eczema patients of endless itch. It’s a therapy that just might… Read More Breakthrough Therapy Changing the Lives of Those With Eczema
Its the latest superfood, endorsed by wellness bloggers and celebrities, yet it contains more saturated fat than lard. It wasn’t that long ago that the closest most Britons got to a coconut was at the fairground or on the inside of a Bounty bar. Yet in the past three years, this hard, hairy drupe (that’s… Read More Coconut oil: are the health benefits a big fat lie?
Everywhere you look these days, people seem to be turning to products which contain only the purest and naturally grown ingredients – and that applies to beauty products too. But are they any better for you? Or is it just a marketing ploy to increase prices? ‘The most important factor when buying cosmetics is… Read More Why Natural products are better for you.
Did you know in the world there are over 10 million colours? This is made up of Light and Dark shades, Red, Green and Blue. All of these colours can be found in nature and the natural environment and natural objects. Even a single rock or stone can have over 10,000 colours and shades. So… Read More Why natural colours in products are better for us.