Eczema: The Winter Nightmare

If you have atopic dermatitis (eczema), you know that extreme weather changes are not your friend when it comes to keeping the skin condition under control. For many, colder temperatures have already descended even though winter has not officially begun. By taking a few precautions and knowing what makes your eczema worse, there is no …

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Top Eczema Myths Debunked

Atopic Dermatitis, more commonly known as eczema, can cause skin to become red, itchy, and inflamed. It often occurs on areas like hands, face, scalp, and the insides of elbows and knees. According to the National Eczema Association, more than 30 million people struggle with eczema! Dealing with the symptoms associated with the condition is …

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Eczema: Treating the Winter Itch

Atopic Dermatitis, or eczema, causes a red skin rash that leaves skin itchy and dry. The patchy rash most commonly occurs on the arms and behind the knees, but can appear anywhere. Winter is often dreaded by eczema sufferers as dry air and harsh temperatures can trigger an eczema flare. While eczema flare-ups are common …

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Top Eczema Triggers

Atopic dermatitis, commonly known as eczema, is an aggravating condition affecting approximately 35 million Americans. While eczema is commonly associated with children, it can affect anyone at any age. You may notice patches of skin becoming red and itchy, with areas of oozing or swelling. It most commonly appears on the face, backs of the …

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Why Does My Eczema Itch Worse at Night?

Atopic Dermatitis, commonly known as eczema, is marked by dry, itchy skin patches. Eczema typically appears on the face, wrists, hands, back of the knees, and feet. It is estimated that over 30 million Americans suffer from this uncomfortable condition. Those who suffer from eczema know the symptoms can be very bothersome, especially at night. …

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