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​Eczema New Year's Resolutions

​Eczema New Year's Resolutions

Jennie Lyon

Eczema New Year's ResolutionsThe holidays of 2018 are behind us and we now stand before a shiny new 2019! AD RescueWear's Itch Suppressing Products Of course, one of the big trad … read more
​Holiday Foods and Eczema Triggers

​Holiday Foods and Eczema Triggers

Jennie Lyon

Holiday Foods and Eczema TriggersOne major focus of the holidays is food - piles of it. You find delicious treats at holiday parties, dinners, and at the office! Even potentially a … read more
​Holiday Stress and Eczema

​Holiday Stress and Eczema

Jennie Lyon

Holiday Stress and EczemaIf grocery shopping to the sound of Jingle Bells fills you with joy, this is the season for you! Snow on the ground, crispness in the air, presents soon to … read more
Licorice Extract: Benefits and Uses

Licorice Extract: Benefits and Uses

Lana Lindstrom

Herbal Oils have been used for many years as a treatment for atopic dermatitis. Herbal oils are mostly known for their uses in relaxation, inflammation, aid with digestion, and … read more
Tips for an Ideal Bleach Bath

Tips for an Ideal Bleach Bath

Lana Lindstrom

Bleach baths have been recommended by dermatologists to alleviate eczema symptoms for years. This does not come without controversy whether or not bleach baths are safe for chil … read more
Back to School: Packing an Eczema Kit

Back to School: Packing an Eczema Kit

Lana Lindstrom

It’s that time of year again! As much as we may look forward to, or dread, school is right around the corner and that can be a troublesome time for children with eczema. Childre … read more
How to Stay Active Outdoors with Eczema

How to Stay Active Outdoors with Eczema

Lana Lindstrom

Staying active is a key part of living a healthy lifestyle, and what better way to get exercise than to do it outdoors? Fresh air, cool mornings, and an eczema flare?! That’s wh … read more