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Simple Remedies to Get Rid of Eczema

12th October 2011
There are many benefits to a natural way of eliminating eczema; one it's safe with no side-effects, and two it's a lot cheaper than special creams or drugs. Gamma Linolenic acids are the form of essential fatty acids. Evening primrose oil and borage oi... Read >
Author: zechong cai

Eczema Herpeticum - How To Treat Eczema Herpeticum And Stop It From Reoccurring

09th March 2011
Eczema herpeticum is a breed of the herpes simplex virus. This type of eczema is also known as atopic dermatitis. It can occur to anyone male, female or infants, adults. Patients who have psoriasis or dermatitis most likely will have eczema herpeticum. ... Read >
Author: Sandra White K

Nummular Eczema - Best Ways For Getting Rid Of Nummular Eczema

07th March 2011
In one of the most recent survey, it suggests that in every 500 people all over the world nowadays, there is one possible nummular eczema patient. This particular infection in the skin is commonly suffered by men aging between 45 to 65 years and in women,... Read >
Author: Sandra White K

8 Herbal Remedies for Eczema

23rd February 2011
It is a Greek word which means 'to boil'. It is an inflammatory and chronic skin disorder leading to boils, rashes, and eruptions on skin. The most common form of eczema, atopic dermatitis, occurs among small children and infants. In over 90 percent of ca... Read >
Author: zechong cai

Chicken Skin No More - Home Remedies For Keratosis Pilaris

30th September 2010
Feeling tiny rough bumps on the outer-upper arms and thighs is not entirely unique to certain individuals. In fact, a large percentage of people, mostly adolescents, experience such a skin condition called keratosis pilaris. This skin condition might be m... Read >
Author: Nazima Golamaully

Natural Medicine for Molluscum is Tolerable to Surrounding Tissue

22nd September 2010
Molluscum contagiosum can likely be vertically transmitted, similarly to other viruses such as condyloma acuminatum and human papilloma virus. The virus that causes molluscum contagiosum replicates in the cytoplasm of epithelial cells producing cytoplasmi... Read >
Author: bcured

Infantile Eczema - Healing Eczema In Babies Without Steroids

13th July 2010
There are many things that new parents worry about, some needlessly and some not; however, infantile eczema is definitely worrying for parents. Infantile eczema may be frustrating to a parent because he or she may find him or herself in the position of ch... Read >
Author: Audrey Ly

Atopic Dermatitis in Infants - What Is Infant Eczema and What You Can Do About It

13th July 2010
For parents of a baby with eczema, or atopic dermatitis in infants, it can be very frustrating and challenging. Parents may feel they are caught between the proverbial rock and hard place. On the one hand a parent does not want to see his or her baby suff... Read >
Author: Audrey Ly

Is fasting the most dangerous of eczema remedies?

12th April 2010
Fasting and eczema is not necessarily a good idea. I tried this among other eczema remedies, and it was not a good experience to say the least. There's a certain danger involved with this that you should know about. Before you try out something like t... Read >
Author: Mark Young

What Does Eczema Look Like In Most Cases?

06th April 2010
Ever asked the question: what does eczema look like? That's an essential question if you want to know what kind of dermatitis you experience. You could attempt to diagnose your own skin rash. You can also ask your physician or dermatologist to diagnose... Read >
Author: Mark Young

Eczema on Face and Natural Remedies to Treat Eczema

22nd March 2010
The sense of the word "eczema" can reason confusion. Many people use this word to refer to an ordinary skin situation called atopic dermatitis. When this is the sense, the words "eczema/atopic dermatitis" may be worn. The word "eczema" also has a more ... Read >
Author: Dr Charles Buchar

Chlorine's Effect on Eczema

05th February 2010
Our skin is our body's number one defense against germs or getting sick. It is a protective layer that keeps us healthy and protects our organs. There are so many factors that affect the health and condition of our skin. Having eczema can make this a litt... Read >
Author: Melanie Nader

Common types of eczema

16th December 2009
A dry skin condition that results in rashes, reddening of the skin, dry patches, and constant itching is called eczema or dermatitis. Eczema is common with most babies and usually occurs at an early age and lasts through childhood. Most people who suffer ... Read >
Author: Melanie Nader

Should You Use Fabric Softener on Baby Clothing?

03rd December 2009
It is indeed daunting to realize that once a baby arrives, not only does your laundry chore doubles, but you need to make arrangements to shield off the tender skin of our baby from harsh clothes. Fabric softeners for baby clothing then becomes a necessit... Read >
Author: Irvin Mcclain

Folliculitis - Cure Your Folliculitis.

29th September 2008
Hereditary forms of folliculitis, such as follicular eczema (generally classified under "atopic dermatitis"), and the deeper forms of inflammatory folliculitis that involve the entire follicular structure, such as folliculitis decalvans, occur most common... Read >
Author: Jan Hornets
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