Many parents feel disconnected and alone while dealing with eczema. These sites can help.
Scratching, rashes, irritation, and infection. If you are prone to eczema, these can occur anywhere on your body, even some areas that may be surprising.
Choices like deciding between a real or fake christmas tree, or hugging everyone at the holiday dinner can be make or break when it comes to keeping eczema flares in check.
Many skin creams on the market can cause inflamed, itchy skin. Find out how to pick ones that will keep your eczema under control.
Eye ecezma at its worst can feel (and sometimes look) like you’ve just gone 12 rounds in a boxing ring. So we’ve listed the 12 most common triggers and how to knock them out.
A top eczema doctor shares his tips on how to have fun in the great outdoors and minimize itchy flares.
Are you listening to your skin? It’s time to take a closer look at the products on your bathroom counter to dodge these common ingredients that may be making your eczema flare.
If you suspect your job might be making your eczema worse, you may be right. Learn your options.
Skin troubles? You’re never alone with these unique voices sharing tips, lessons, and inspiration as they travel the same path.
School is stressful enough for a child without having to worry about irritating eczema. Here’s what parent’s can do to make school days easier.