In the middle of a dark and dreary winter, eczema sufferers can feel the effects of the season more than anyone. While you probably know that you should be getting more vitamin C this time of year to help with coughs and colds, did you know it may actually help
There are some strange, weird and wonderful treatments for eczema out there, such as ginger, oatmeal or bleach baths. Perhaps it is because people dealing with eczema get so fed up with the condition that they are willing to try…
If you’re like me and suffer from Eczema (Atopic Dermatitis) then packing and going on vacation or traveling for work can lead to all sorts of problems. Whenever I’m going away it seems that I’m never traveling alone, I seem to always be traveling with eczema. It’s my faithful companion
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 is hope for the best and prepare for the worst. Latest eczema research 2017-2018……….
The best Bonfire night eczema advice we can give you is…. Don’t let eczema spoil the fun! Bonfire night should be enjoyed by all, having eczema should be no reason not to enjoy it. Even if you’re experiencing a flare-up, you can still watch the fireworks through the window and have fun and games inside.
Every child should be able to enjoy not just Halloween but every special event and celebration without fear that they will be in pain or suffer. With these top tips to enjoy Halloween, it hopefully ensures your night runs smoother. Why should they miss out just because they have eczema?
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.
This is a lovely and heartbreaking blog sent in by one of our readers. She has given us permission to share it, in the hope it helps others who find themselves in a similar position. She also offers some helpful advice on eczema. I have a number of memories from when I was the parent ….
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
Cracked fingertips cause an enormous amount of pain. The cuts are so small, but they prevent me from doing major tasks. For example, when I go to sleep I have to put plasters ( Band-aid) on the ends of all my fingers to soften them up overnight. At work, I can’t hold or grip anything and have to wear gloves…
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 from hayfever or asthma?
We set up this website to help anyone who suffers or cares for someone with Eczema. eczema support and contact details are so important. Often, I get asked ‘ who apart from my doctor can help me’ Well. there are many organization out there that offer free and impartial information and advice.
There are loads of variations on these so please seek medical advice and don’t self-diagnose as this can lead to the wrong type of treatment being applied. People often say to us ‘ I suffer from eczema’ and we reply ‘ which type?’ and I’m always shocked when they say they don’t know..
Having Eczema is no fun at all and trying to find Eczema products that help is a hard task. The products in this article have been sent in to us by supporters and followers from our FACEBOOK group, ‘Eczema support group’ please feel free to join our group. It’s great to have someone to talk to and share your experiences with.
Would you like to help researchers at The University of Sheffield and The University of Manchester understand how our skin develops from birth and identify early risk factors for developing eczema by conducting Skin Testing for Atopic Eczema.