The skin on my wrists is much lighter than the rest of my body. It looks bleached and patchy, red, pink and scratchy. It’s easy to blame yourself for how bad your eczema has gotten, but it’s necessary to understand it’s not all your fault. We trust our doctors and dermatologists to give us good advice and only recommend medications fit for healing our skin. Continue reading
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