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Staph & Eczema

Did you know that as much as 90% of people with eczema also have Staphylococcus aureus (staph) living on their skin? Because eczema creates countless abrasions and micro-cuts on the skin, and because the illness also prevents the skin from protecting itself as well with the natural antibiotics it creates. It is believed that just about 5% of the population without eczema has staph, so the comparison between people with and without eczema is pretty drastic. If you live with eczema, it’s extremely important for you to know the signs and symptoms of a staph infection and to take immediate action if Read More

Dr. Cockerell answers itchy skin questions for our readers!

We loved the depth & variety of the questions that YOU submitted. We also want to thank Dr. Clay Cockerell for being available to answer our questions as he is one of the doctors behind CLn Body Wash. CLn Body Wash is a highly diluted form of a bleach bath that can be placed on the affected areas only instead of the entire body, without any irritation. It prevents adding too much or too little bleach to bath water to get rid of the infection and can be applied to sensitive places, such as the neck and face. This is Read More