Ashley WallPatient Advocate
Ashley Wall is a freelance writer who started her blog Itchin' Since ’87 as a creative outlet. As a longtime eczema sufferer, she considers herself the ‘eczema aficionado’. She’s a huge advocate for maintaining a healthy and active lifestyle. Her life’s mission is to help find a cure for eczema. With her experience, she also hopes to give insightful advice on living with eczema through her writing and work.
Latest by Ashley Wall
Eczema can affect your work to the point of disability. Know that you have disability rights under the Americans With Disabilities Act.
See how these people turn skin blemishes into body art, from eczema affected eyes transformed into Van Gogh paintings, to doodles around patches of vitiligo.
Having eczema doesn't mean you have to hide away from the world. Here are seven celebrities that didn’t let their skin condition get in the way of success.
Embarrassed by your eczema? Patient expert Ashley Wall offers five practical strategies to feel more comfortable in your own skin.
If you have eczema and sensitive skin, peruse this list of 10 essentials to bring on vacation to avoid any discomfort while you’re away.
There’s something magical about picking up a book and getting lost in it. Here are 10 inspirational books for those having a tough time with their eczema.
Find out why some people who use topical steroids for eczema wind up with an addiction that can lead to topical steroid withdrawal.
Don't let eczema take over your life. Become more comfortable in your own skin with these nine practical tips.
Dead Sea salt baths, ice packs, and moisturizer withdrawal are just a few of the practical tips that can help you manage an eczema flare-up.
Eczema advocate Ashley Wall on why documenting your chronic skin condition might lift your spirits, help others, and even help you better manage flares.