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Eczema and Outdoor Fun: How to Keep Flares at Bay

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Woman standing by waterfall with her hands raised.
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Tourist woman wearing a sun hat.
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Remember to take time for self-care


Man applying sunscreen at the beach.
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Fragrance free sunscreen for sensitive skin


Woman reading ingredients label on a bottle of lotion in a store.
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What to look for in a sunscreen


A woman applying lotion onto her hands.
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Test out products ahead of time


Stack of clean washcloths.
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Quick, targeted showers are best


Couple drinking coffee while sitting in a tent.
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Tents, sleeping bags and itchy skin


Woman spraying her legs with bug spray outside of a tent.
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Keeping bugs at bay


Woman underneath a mosquito net.
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Alternatives that may help keep insects away


Man swimming in the ocean.
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Take a healing dip in the ocean


Couple sitting on a dock at a lake.
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Beware of broken skin and warm lake water


Man skiing down a snowy slope.
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Cooler temps can also cause flares


Rachel Zohn

Rachel Zohn

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Rachel Zohn is a mom, a wife, and a freelance writer who is striving to find the best way to juggle it all and maintain a sense of humor. She is a former newspaper reporter with a deep interest in writing about all things related to health, wellness and the human body. She enjoys writing about various health topics, including skin conditions such as eczema, different types of cancer and seasonal allergies.