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These 10 dermatologist-approved products can cover and conceal facial eczema without triggering new flares.
Minimize angry flare-ups with this easy guide of what not to slather on.
Do you hibernate in the summer because of your eczema? Time to come out and enjoy the season. These tips will help make summer fun, indoors or outdoors.
Eczema can affect more than your skin. Recent studies show a connection between severe eczema and heart problems. Find out what you can do to protect yourself.
Dating is awkward as it is. And then there is eczema. Follow these tips to move forward in love with confidence.
Got hives? These creams, powders, and potions let skin heal — not irritate it further.
In a literal version of “pouring salt on a wound,” a new study has found that sodium chloride (salt) may actually affect those with dry, cracked skin of eczema.
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.
Rachel Zohn highlights some of the unexpected but often serious complications that are connected to the condition and some pervasive myths.
Patient expert Ashley Wall compiles a list of 10 foods that benefit skin and eczema in the fall and winter months.