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What Causes Eczema In Children?

When parents find out that their child has eczema, it can often be a confusing time with many questions. Eczema tends to be a hard issue to pin down, and when it comes to children, things can seem even more complicated. The good news is that modern science has given us many clear answers about what children’s eczema is, what causes it, and what we as parents can do to keep it under control. Eczema, also called atopic dermatitis, is believed to be a combination of a sensitive immune system and an issue with the skin’s natural barrier. Many leading Read More

When the scratching habit strikes!

Every parent looks forward to the moment when their child’s eczema has subsided and the itchy skin will be calm. That’s almost one of those distant dreams. The perfect day finally arrives! The clearest skin you’ve ever seen on your little one since forever! Today you do not have an itchy toddler. The hard work has paid off as you’ve been diligent applying moisturizers, switched up the cleansers and added medicine, if needed. You’ve been watching the little one’s diet, making sure your home is dust free, pollen free, and your purifier has been providing purest air from heaven. You’ve Read More

Paying for itchy creams or cleansers gets a little easier!

As many of us know, when it comes to taking care of sensitive and/or itchy skin, the dollar signs start to stack up! Thanks to Whole Foods, they have a great 1 day deal through Living Social! Buy $20 worth of groceries and only pay $10. Now that’s a deal in and of itself when Aquaphor alone can cost up to $15 a container. Whole Foods overs a great selection of skin creams/ cleaners and more for those with skin irritants. Enjoy the Whole Foods coupon. There is a limit to this Whole Foods goodness: You must purchase the coupon Read More

Is this important for your itchy baby?

As some of you have read in my “Can this trump eczema?” post, we recently had a hard time this past weekend with an unexplained blood infection affecting our little one. It surfaced when we were almost 800 miles from home, of all times! As various tests and blood work was being performed, it was hard to make her happy. One the first day, the only thing that made her smile was leaving the hospital! Who could blame her. The next day a nurse, who was administrating her IV medicine, asked if she received a hospital bear. I quickly said Read More