A long hot summer is great for beach time, but sometimes the warm weather can trigger eczema irritation. This may be the reason why.
Right now there is no cure for the condition, but that doesn’t mean you have to put up with days of constant scratching.
There is currently no cure for atopic eczema, however, a parent can use different strategies to care for their baby ongoing and during ‘flare ups’.
While the exact cause of eczema is unknown, researchers have found that people who develop eczema do so because of a combination of genes and environmental triggers.
This staple of the Mediterranean diet is literally packed with properties that make it good for skin. And particularly for relieving the itching and inflammation that goes hand in hand with eczema.
The ‘clean beauty’ movement has been instrumental in making consumers more aware about the potentially harmful ingredients used by skincare brands. But, we also believe there needs to be balance.
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