Jennifer TzesesHealth Writer
Jennifer Tzeses is a writer and content strategist specializing in health, beauty, psychology and lifestyle. She's written for The Wall Street Journal, Mind Body Green, CNN, Architectural Digest, Barron's, Cosmopolitan, Harper's Bazaar, Psycom, Elle, Marie Claire, and more. Follow her on Instagram @jtzeses.
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Keep this mantra in mind: You didn’t catch or cause your eczema. Stick with us as we scratch beneath the surface of this confusing condition to give you a deeper understanding of why it happens in the first place.
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