blog — eczema

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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Lichen Sclerosus, Eczema, Allergies and Your Skin (There's Hope!)

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Lichen Sclerosus, Eczema, Allergies and Your Skin (There's Hope!)

While Angela gets to the root of the lichen sclerosus, eczema and allergies, she's found some relief from MadeOn Skin Care's products: 

"Your Bee Silk stick is the only thing I can use that clears up and relieves my lichen sclerosus. I use your foot rub on my cracked heels and toes. I use your soothing rash cream for both my kids who suffer from eczema and dry skin. I use your Bee Silk on just about every part of my body to help with eczema and dry/scaly skin. We use your bug block sticks and lip balms as well. I love your products for the relief they have brought me and my kids."

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Know the Ingredients in your Lotion [and how they affect you]

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Know the Ingredients in your Lotion [and how they affect you]

What skin care ingredients should you avoid? For one, WATER. Find out why water in your skin care can actually be making your skin worse.

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A Nurse's Dry Hands... What Works Best?

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A Nurse's Dry Hands... What Works Best?

Nurses face so many challenges: overbearing doctors, following a protocol they may not agree with, stressed patients, long hours on their feet.... and extremely dry hands. The reasons for the dry hands are obvious: Nurses need to wash their hands constantly to avoid spreading bacteria and to prevent contamination. The hand sanitizers provided at the hospitals are made with ingredients that strip the skin of their natural oils. Nurses' medical gloves (latex or powdered) can cause skin allergies. So when we had a chance to talk to Nicole Whitworth, RN, BSN of www.yournursingtutor.com, we were thrilled that she highly recommended MadeOn...

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