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Contact Dermatitis or Latex Allergy?

Contact Dermatitis or Latex Allergy?

Elizabeth Scott

Red, puffy, itchy, dry patches around the eye area can be concerning and uncomfortable. After a fun filled Labor Day weekend that included a long day at the pool with googles o … read more
The Dreaded Itch Scratch Cycle of Eczema

The Dreaded Itch Scratch Cycle of Eczema

Elizabeth Scott

Anyone with eczema is all too familiar with the dreaded itch scratch cycle. This cycle can lead to bigger eczema flares and even infections. Scratching breaks the barrier of the sk … read more
​Hard Water and Eczema

​Hard Water and Eczema

Elizabeth Scott

Can the type of water used to bathe in affect the skin barrier and aggravate eczema? A 2016 study published in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology found a higher lev … read more
Managing Adult Eczema

Managing Adult Eczema

Elizabeth Scott

Eczema or Atopic Dermatitis as it’s also referred to can be miserable condition. If you’re over 18 and have just discovered you have eczema you aren’t alone. Eczema affects 1 – … read more
Paraben Free Eczema Creams

Paraben Free Eczema Creams

Elizabeth Scott

There are many, many creams marketed to people suffering with eczema. At AD RescueWear we’ve tried quite a few in the last few years on our own kids and ourselves. One ingredie … read more
Adults Have Eczema Too!

Adults Have Eczema Too!

Elizabeth Scott

Are you one of the 35 million Americans suffering with eczema? It’s estimated that 1-3% of adult Americans suffer with eczema. Eczema, also called Atopic Dermatitis is a chroni … read more