How To Get Rid Of Eczema

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Eczema Treatment For Babies

Eczema in babies generally starts around the age of six months and can be frustrating for parents that are unsure how to treat it. Eczema can present in babies as young as two months as well (“infant eczema”). Many parents may worry they are doing something wrong or are using skin care products that are causing skin rashes. However, learning more about eczema treatment for babies can help you make the choices that would be […]

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Candida Overgrowth and Eczema

You might have heard buzzwords like Candida Overgrowth or Leaky Gut before when reading about eczema. But before it is possible to understand the possible connection between candida overgrowth and eczema, is it important to understand just what candida is and what it means when an overgrowth occurs. What Exactly is Candida? Candida is a fungus within the yeast family, and a small amount of it lives in your mouth and intestinal system. It actually serves a […]

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Foods That Cause Eczema

Certain foods may trigger an outbreak of eczema and the most common food allergens that cause these flare-ups are dairy products, eggs, peanuts and wheat products. A recent study in the Journal Of Investigative Dermatology looked into the foods that cause eczema, and found that eczema-related food allergies are most commonly associated with these three foods, in the following order: Egg white (most common) Cow’s milk Peanuts Shellfish and soy may represent some of the other […]

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