blog — eczema

Topical steroid withdrawal is a thing! Be aware of how you're treating eczema.

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Topical steroid withdrawal is a thing! Be aware of how you're treating eczema.

Let me share Chi Pei's story with you. She wrote extensively about her journey from having 80% of her skin itchy and flakey (at its worst), to now living itch-free, with just a bit of residual rash. You will find by reading this that steroids actually did worse for her in the long run. She's not alone.  

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5 Benefits of Avocados for the Face

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5 Benefits of Avocados for the Face

Avocados and avocado oil are great for the skin. From making your skin feel supple, to enhancing your skin's barrier function, avocados are a huge benefit. We've packed avocado puree and avocado oil in our popular Avocado

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From keto to gluten-free, low carb skin care

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From keto to gluten-free, low carb skin care

Gluten-free skin care starts with using preservatives that do not contain gluten. Beyond that, some people need to use low carb skin care if they're following a strict keto diet therapy to manage their epilepsy. Read more to find out how one mom learned to treat her daughter's Dravet's Syndrome through diet... and MadeOn products, a.k.a.,  low carb skin care.

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How one customer conquered her eczema naturally, with food changes

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How one customer conquered her eczema naturally, with food changes

Whenever I hear that a customer has fixed her eczema with some lifestyle changes, I jump on the opportunity to find out how.

Here's what happened this past week when Pam, a customer, contacted me with an order question. Turns out, when I found out she had a history of struggling with eczema, I was the one with the questions.

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Eczema: Healing the gut

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Eczema: Healing the gut

The dermatitis that covered Blake’s body and the eczema on his cheeks had disappeared.

Dr. Axe reminded Blake’s mother that coming in contact with household chemicals, including antibacterial soap, could cause his skin to react again.  His gut lining would continue to get stronger but they still had to be vigilant in avoiding the triggers.

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