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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.
Even items that seem safe for sensitive skin can contain irritants such as dyes, fragrance or itchy fabric fibers.
Books filled with wonderful recipes for anyone who wants to banish the burn.
While cancer risk is relatively low, it’s still good to be aware of what to look for and when to notify the doctor.
How do the different types of acne form and which ingredients should you look for get rid of it?
Is it paraben- and sulfate-free? Will the fragrance irritate my skin? Is it too messy? Take the guessing out of finding what skin products are best for you.
Up to 47 percent of IBD patients may experience one or more of these extraintestinal issues that occur outside of the GI tract.
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.