Category Archives: Skin

How To Sleep with An Eczema Flare-Up

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Sleep is a super crucial component to everyone’s overall health. As I’m sure you know, when you are going through an eczema flare-up, sleep can be a nightmare! What makes it worse is that a lack of sleep is not only bad for your overall health, it make your eczema worse too. This study found […]

What’s the Deal with Coconut Oil and Eczema?

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Benefits of Coconut Oil for Eczema Lately it seems that coconut oil can be used for anything: cooking, skin care, dental hygiene, hair care, etc. People with eczema often point to coconut oil as a way to relieve and soothe eczema. This is because coconut oil can be used as a moisturizer, as a way […]

How ScratchMeNot Supports Eczema Awareness Month

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This is a wonderful month to bring Eczema Awareness to the forefront of everyone’s mind. Here’s how ScratchMeNot is helping push the cause forward! Events: Free Eczema Class on October 14, 2014 at the Nappy Shoppe at 11:30am Eczema & Asthma Twitter Chat on Oct 30, 2014… Stay tuned for details Giving Back: $1 from every sale […]

Scratching And Temper Tantrums

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It’s one thing to see your child suffer from constant itching and scratching – and another to see scratching and temper tantrums combined. Double the trouble. Stress, anxiety, frustration and immune system responses can all be wrapped up in both itching and emotional meltdowns, so they often go hand in hand. An emotional or anxiety […]

ScratchMeNot Helps One of the Worse Cases of Eczema

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ScratchMeNot helps one of the worse cases of eczema that doctors have seen in Australia. While Little Vann’s parents were caring for his eczema, they used ScratchMeNot Flip Mitten Sleeves to prevent skin damage by scratching. We’re so excited ScratchMeNots were able to help AND that his parents found a way to dramatically ease his eczema. Take a […]