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Eczema Part 1: The Low-Down by Connie De Alwis Posted Tue 16 Dec 2008 12:00am 1 Comment Personally, I've lived with Eczema my entire life and it has been migrating to various parts of my body. I've wanted, for a very long time, to do a post regarding Eczema but I couldn't quite find simple-to-understand information about it until now. Courtesy of Buds for Baby, I've plucked out some vital information from their Eczema Care handbook ... Read on »
Natural Nail Polish by Nicci T. Health MavenFacebook Posted Wed 01 Apr 2009 12:00am April 3, 2009 | By niccitalbot I love wearing nail polish but since finding out that most brands are highly toxic I’ve been put off. My two year old is always badgering me to do hers but considering she’s constantly got her fing ... Read on »
My 10 day cleanse is OVER! by Nicole Culver Posted Wed 07 May 2014 8:30am 10 days is almost over…after today it will be. I’ve been thinking a lot about this “cleanse” I did and why I did it and how it effected me. Last week I felt REALLY good. Like REALLY good….but the whole thing I have to admit, was hard. I don’t like feeling like I have restrictions, but I got past it because I wanted to try to see ... Read on »
Atopic Eczema by Angeline Patient Expert Posted Tue 21 Oct 2008 9:09am First, it was Keatkeat with Bronchitis, then both boys were down with Hives…. and as I was taking care of my hives babies when it first struck them in April, I got so sick that I was bedridden with Glandular fever. Now this!!? Could this have been prevented? No! How sad. The cause of atopic eczema is not fully known. However, it was known ... Read on »
Life Savers for When Eczema Attacks by Connie De Alwis Posted Sun 04 Oct 2009 11:14pm I don't believe that there is a cure for eczema and I've accepted that it's something that I'll have to live with for as long as I have it. The only thing that I can do is to suppress the rash and in my 20 years of "suffering", I've probably used over 50 types of lotions, creams, ointments, supplements, and medication to treat this inherited ski ... Read on »
Family Battle Skin Allergy with 100% Natural Discovery by BreastFeedingMums .. Patient Expert Posted Sat 01 Sep 2012 12:00am After developing a skin allergy in 2008 mum of two Linda Russell, set out on a journey that would lead her and her partner Nick to develop the very first 100% natural face wash. Although an avid user of various skin lotions and creams, in 2008 she developed a distressing skin allergy which seemed untreatable. Although ... Read on »
Eczema by mumsa1 Posted Fri 18 Nov 2011 1:01pm Eczema affects people with dry and rough skin, and usually starts in childhood. In this article: What is eczema?     Diagnosis     How Chemist Online can help Symptoms     Effect on your life     Advice & Support Causes     Treatment     What is eczema? Eczema is a painful and irritating skin condition that ... Read on »
Castor Oil for Arthritis, Psoriasis, Eczema and Rheumatism by rosie g Posted Fri 21 Aug 2009 12:39pm Many have found relief from the pain of arthritis and rheumatism by massaging the joints with castor oil and it is equally effective for treating conditions of the skin like eczema and psoriasis. Here are a few of the many endorsements that I have received from sufferers: Mrs. M D – I suffer from arthritis and psoriasis, double trouble and ... Read on »
Great Product for Eczema! by Food Allergy Assistant Facebook Posted Fri 15 Aug 2014 12:00am I remember it well. My baby's constant scratching; the marks raked up and down the newborn skin; the blood droplets on the sheets and pillowcases in the morning. Eczema is tough to figure out and treat- especially for a baby or young child.  I love the Flip Mitten Sleeve from Scratch-Me-Not ! It so soft and, well, quite brilliant. No ... Read on »
Great Product for Eczema! by Food Allergy Assistant Facebook Posted Fri 15 Aug 2014 5:16pm I remember it well. My baby's constant scratching; the marks raked up and down the newborn skin; the blood droplets on the sheets and pillowcases in the morning. Eczema is tough to figure out and treat- especially for a baby or young child.  I love the Flip Mitten Sleeve from Scratch-Me-Not ! It so soft and, well, quite brilliant. No matter ... Read on »