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How to treat eczema naturally in children

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How to treat eczema naturally in children

Five-year-old Blake sat in the doctor's office with his mother when the doctor entered the room. She was desperately looking for a way to treat his eczema naturally, and this doctor came highly recommended. "He's itchy all the time," his mother said. "We've seen other doctors, and they want to put him on steroids and antibiotics. That seems awfully drastic for a young boy."She's right. They would likely have started with a prescription-strength corticosteroid cream.Blake had rashes that covered his arm and face, his skin was swollen and red, and his skin dermatitis was about to crust and flake off....

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Beesilk Jr as an Emollient and Beesilk Lotion as a Hard Lotion Bar...

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Beesilk Jr as an Emollient and Beesilk Lotion as a Hard Lotion Bar...

What's the difference between Beesilk and Beesilk Jr? Beesilk Jr is an emollient while Beesilk is a hard lotion bar. Each has its own use.

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5 Benefits of Avocados for the Face

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5 Benefits of Avocados for the Face

Should you wash your face with soap? Not if it contains these ingredients: fragrance, parabens, sulfates... which is in most soap. Find out what those ingredients do, and read why avocados and goat milk is super nourishing for the face.

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Here’s why you don’t HAVE to resort to steroids for eczema treatment.

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Here’s why you don’t HAVE to resort to steroid treatment. You can make a few changes to start the healing process immediately It’s unsettling to have a 20 minute consultation with a doctor to then be handed a prescription for a topical steroid cream. Will this fix the problem permanently? Does this mean I won’t suffer from side effects? Does this tell me why I have eczema in the first place? No, No and No. And yet, your skin hurts, itches, and bleeds. Feeling hopeless, most people would take that prescription slip and reluctantly run to the pharmacy, even though its...

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Are you allergic to your laundry detergent?

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Is your rash, dry skin or eczema caused by your laundry detergent? Here's how to find out....

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