It might sound silly, but seriously—grab your laptop, do some research, and type it up! Ashley Wall, a freelance writer who has eczema, always checks out the details (air conditioning, accessibility to laundry) of the place she’ll be staying. What you bring may change depending on whether it's a hotel, hostel, or Air B&B — access to a washer and dryer, for example, means you won’t have to overpack. As Wall does, also be sure to scope out your destination’s forecast in advance. Every person responds differently to climates, says Francesca J. Fusco, M.D., an assistant clinical professor of dermatology at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York City. Your eczema may be fine in cold weather, while others do better in warm temps.