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Spring Gardening with Eczema

Spring Gardening with Eczema

Elizabeth Scott

It’s the beginning of Spring and here in Denver the trees and spring flowers are starting to bloom. What a welcome relief to see some color after a dry, brown, practically snowless … read more
How to Treat Eczema on Hands

How to Treat Eczema on Hands

Lana Lindstrom

Hand eczema is one of the more irritating places eczema can be found. It often interferes with your daily routine, making it difficult to manage. It is always best to get ahead … read more
8 Tips to be Eczema FREE at School

8 Tips to be Eczema FREE at School

Anne Fairchild McVey

Starting School with Eczema The beginning of the school year can be both an exciting and stressful time. If your child has eczema, organization is key to getting off to a smoo … read more
Steroid FREE Itch Relief for Eczema

Steroid FREE Itch Relief for Eczema

Lana Lindstrom

Itchy skin can be the most frustrating symptom of eczema. Learning how to combat itchiness can help you live a healthier and happier life. It can also decrease feelings of hopeless … read more
Teens and Eczema

Teens and Eczema

Elizabeth Scott

The bulk of information surrounding eczema focuses on young children who develop eczema between 4 months and 5 years. But some kids don’t outgrow eczema after age 5 or they may … read more