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How to Treat Scaly Eczema

Scaly eczema leads to thick, dry, cracked “crocodile” skin. The top layer of skin, called the epidermis, flakes off, leaving behind thick itchy skin. It can be a real nuisance and can affect quality of life. When you spot scaly skin, you may want to try a highly moisturizing, all-natural cream to help soothe and repair scaly eczema. It’s very common [...]

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Natural Treatment for Dry Eczema

Eczema is a fairly common but complicated skin disease, often characterized by patchy inflamed skin that can blister, scale, and cause itchiness and misery. It’s often nicknamed “the rash that itches.” Some people outgrow the condition, but other people continue to have symptoms throughout their adulthood. Although there is no current cure for eczema, natural treatment for dry eczema [...]

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How to Dry Wrap

Severe eczema can be a serious drag, especially when nothing seems to be providing relief. Although wet wrap therapy provides quick help for eczema sufferers, it is only a short-term solution and a serious undertaking. Dry wrapping is extremely easy to do and can be an excellent eczema wet wrap alternative for both mild to [...]

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How to Treat Eczema on Hands

Hand eczema is among the most distressing because you are constantly using your hands and they are exposed to the world, as well as the irritants that can trigger your symptoms. Knowing how to treat eczema on hands is of utmost importance to prevent infection and control your symptoms.Wash Eczema on Hands Properly Hand eczema can [...]

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How to Treat Eczema on Elbows

Eczema is a chronic condition where patches of skin become rough and inflamed, or scaly and red, with blisters that cause itching and bleeding. It is very common in children but can occur at any age. Eczema is not contagious and its appearance can vary from person to person. It often develops in problem spots like body creases where sweat and [...]

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How to Treat Eczema on Knees

Eczema can make skin red, dry, itchy, weeping/oozing, thick, scaly or any combination of those symptoms. It often develops in problem spots where skin touches skin, like eczema behind the knees. Sweat and salt can build up and cause irritation and chafing is a big concern as well. Itchy skin leads to scratching which makes the skin even redder [...]

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Welcome to our new blog!

We're super excited to announce the beginning of something great! Our new blog! We'll be sharing great content about all things eczema. So stay tuned.......----------------------------------Jennifer is the owner of The Eczema Company and author of It’s An Itchy Little World blog. After going through so many trials and errors to heal her son’s eczema, Jennifer [...]

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