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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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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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Snail Slime Soap? Did you know it's a thing?

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Milk? Yes.

Goat Milk? Definitely.

Donkey Milk? Maybe.

Snail Slime? Huh??

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Rewards Points: how to earn, find, and redeem them

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Rewards Points: how to earn, find, and redeem them

Got Rewards Points? To check your points status, simply log into your account and look at the top, right corner. You should show the number of points you have to spend. Every 10 dollars spent gives you 100 points, and as soon as you earn points, you'll be notified. You can earn points by: registering an account (100 pts), making a purchase (10 pts for every $1 spent), liking on Facebook, sharing on Facebook or following on Instagram (50 pts each). You can also refer your friends and earn. (15% off for you and $5 to your friend). If you placed your past orders anonymously,...

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