The last thing I want on Christmas day is to be reminded that I have bad eczema. I have to deal with it all year long, especially in the winter. Some of these gifts are meant to be a sly way of helping your loved one with eczema, without a big, red, flashing reminder that they have it. Continue reading
- Finding gluten-free bread can be a pain, but TJ’s has Udi’s brand bread, including hamburger buns, sliced bread and bagels, all for $5. Continue reading
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
Medical evidence links gluten allergies/intolerances as a cause of eczema flareups, studies have shown. According to the National Eczema Association and the Livestrong Foundation, people with eczema may potentially have an allergy or intolerance to foods containing gluten. The exact cause of eczema is unknown, but allergies, the environment and other substances can aggravate it. In particular, having a wheat or gluten allergy may trigger eczema, according to the Australian Society of Clinical Immunology and Allergy. Continue reading
I was excited to see there’s an eczema application for both Androids and iPhones. I have the iPhone 4s and recently discovered two apps I’d like to share with all of you.
1) POScorad – Not sure what that even stands for, but what’s important to know about this app is the tracking feature. Oh, and the app is FREE (one of my favorite words). When you open the app, a diagram of a person is Continue reading