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Helpful Eczema Info

Leaky Gut And Its Link To Eczema

Leaky gut syndrome, also called intestinal permeability, has been all over the news lately, and it’s something that many people who are interested in natural health and healing have been researching and talking about. Leaky gut syndrome happens when the delicate walls of our digestive tract allow materials to pass into our blood streams that simply should not. This can [...]

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Using Rooibos Tea For Eczema & Allergies

Rooibos tea is a sweet, fruity, and fragrant infusion that has a long history of use as a social and medicinal drink in South Africa. In recent years, this gentle herbal tea has taken the world by storm as countless people, including small children, benefit from its many healing properties. For families dealing with eczema and allergies, rooibos has been [...]

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Humidifiers And Eczema – A Soothing Solution

There’s an old saying that if a disease is wet, dry it. If it’s dry, moisturize it – and this is something many parents who have children with eczema have relied on for years. As a skin condition, eczema is always influenced directly by how well hydrated the skin is. Dry skin cracks and splits easier, is less able [...]

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Soothing Eczema With Baking Soda

Did you know that the common household ingredient, baking soda, is one of the most celebrated remedies to treating eczema? Many parents from across the world rave about the healing properties of this all-natural mineral, and the popularity it’s gained over the last few years has made it a staple for many parents who have kids with atopic dermatitis. Today, [...]

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DIY Baby Wipes For Eczema & Sensitive Skin

Have you tried to find a truly hypoallergenic, gentle, all-natural, eco baby wipe lately? Good luck! It seems that even the most respected ‘green’ brands still have chemicals and preservatives that may be a big no-no for kids with eczema or other skin sensitivities. Since we all know the value and importance of a tough [...]

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Allergy Desensitizing Made Simple

One of the leading treatments for children and adults with severe allergies who do not respond to traditional medications is allergy desensitization. This process, also called allergen immunotherapy, works by slowly introducing the body to harmless substances that usually cause an allergic reaction so that it can eventually learn not to overreact to their presence. Pollen, dust, spores, mold, and [...]

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Breaking The Scratch Cycle – How One Scratch Leads To Another

When a child with eczema, allergies, inflammation, infection, or any other itchy skin condition starts scratching, the results can be devastating. Sensitive skin is prone to being injured by even the most well-trimmed fingernails, and infections are only one scratch away sometimes. Stopping scratching is one of the most important – and the most frustrating- jobs of parents who have [...]

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Shayla's Baby Eczema Journey: How being free of parabans, preservatives and alcohol in creams has helped her baby's eczema

Shayla's baby when his eczema was at its worst Just over a year ago I gave birth to a beautiful boy who was perfect in every way. We had a traumatic forceps birth and I was administered antibiotics during labour as he arrived a few hours short of 37 weeks gestation. As a result of the [...]

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Swimming with Eczema

Kids love swimming and it’s a great activity to help them stay healthy and get exercise – but what happens when eczema is a problem? For many children, water and heat are both triggers for eczema flare ups, but that doesn’t need that they have to stay out of the pool. There are some simple and effective ways that [...]

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Zebunisso's Baby Eczema Story - Healing eczema from within with help from doctors in Tajikistan!

Our story of battling eczema began at about 6 weeks of age (coincidentally enough, after the first lot of vaccines). It first started as cradle cap, and few tiny spots at the creases in the elbows. The cradle cap kept getting worse, regardless of all the oils I tried (and brushing the cap away), and [...]

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