Skincare

eczema

  • Eczema and Vitamin A deficiency

    Do you live with ultra sensitive skin? Almost anything and everything that touches your skin can be irritating...almost to the point of burning! Ouch! For me, sensitive skin runs in my family. Nickel, lead, platinum, and even some fabrics can be a source of irritation to my skin.  A very common skin condition that people with sensitive skin often experience is atopic dermatitis, or eczema.  View Post
  • What's Up Honey (Raw)

    Honey is the sweet, sticky substance that bees produce and store in hives. Honey are not all the same and depending on the methods used to process them after extraction, each type of honey has its own peculiar properties and benefits to health and skin. Raw honey benefits for skin are many, and certainly more than can be offered by other types of honey. View Post
  • CBD for Eczema

    Eczema can be of various types such as Atopic Dermatitis, Contact dermatitis, Dyshidrotic eczema, Stasis Eczema, Nummular eczema and Seborrheic dermatitis. Eczema can affect your life and it can get even worse over time if not appropriately treated.  View Post
  • More on Eczema and Your Diet

    Itchy, scratchy? If you have eczema, I bet that’s how you feel! Especially in the summer, eczema really seems to come out and show off in the worst ways...and places! Well, it could be anything from the temperature and moisture of my skin to the earrings and makeup I wear. Who knows, but do you know one thing I never considered? Food.  View Post
  • The Eczema Diet

    Eczema and allergies, what’s the link?  There is now a clear connection between eczema and food allergies. While eczema (atopic dermatitis) may be triggered or worsened by common food allergies such as those to eggs, milk, wheat, soy, and peanuts, eczema itself may be responsible for the development of food allergies in the first place.  View Post
  • Oats for Eczema Calming

    Dry skin can cause several problems like itching and redness of skin. In severe cases of dry skin, it can result in skin infections like eczema which involves further skin irritation, itching and redness.  View Post
  • Living with Eczema

    Eczema (also known as dermatitis) is a dry skin condition. It is a highly individual condition which varies from person to person and comes in many different forms. It is not contagious so don't worry,  you cannot catch it from someone else. View Post
  • 3 Indulgent Baths for Eczema

    The sun is going down and now it’s me time. The stress of the day has wiped us out. Our bodies are tired but the mind is thinking… “what can I do for me?’ We grab the cell phone and make a beeline to the bathroom. Yes, we found a solution for relaxing. We are going to pamper our dry skin. Selecti... View Post