Skincare Tips — itch

Eczema 101: What is Eczema? What causes it and how do you treat it?

What is Eczema? Eczema or atopic dermatitis is a common skin condition that may affect 30 million Americans. People with eczema have itchy, red rash...

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Psoriasis 101: What is Psoriasis? What causes it and how do you treat it?

What is Psoriasis? Psoriasis is a common skin condition affecting nearly 7 millions Americans. The skin condition is characterized by rapid turn over of skin...

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Keeping Kids With Eczema Confident

Sarah just turned 8 years old in August. She is a cheerful child with a sunny disposition. This summer has been especially enjoyable for her;...

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10 Things You Can Do To Help A Child With Itch

Dealing with a severe itch can be very challenging. What is even more difficult is watching your own child with itchy skin problems, such as...

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6 Tips To Control Your Eczema Flare In The Summer Months

For those of us suffering from eczema, we understand very well that winter months can be the toughest time of year. The dry air, cold...

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Discover One Common Cause for Hand Eczema + 7 Easy Tips To Heal It

Hand Eczema Try as you may, the rash on your hands is just not getting better. You have tried all kinds of moisturizers, ointments, creams,...

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A Collaborative Research Journey to Discover Natural Ointments to Sooth Itchy Skin

In the past few months, we have received a number of inquiries from people who used our natural, herbal ointments on their sensitive and itchy...

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Understand Topical Steroid Withdrawal – Incredible Lessons Learned

Topical Steroid Withdrawal (TSW) is a skin condition that may be associated with the use of topical steroids, which are medications used to treat various skin conditions such as eczema and psoriasis. Other names for TSW are Red Skin Syndrome (RSS) or Topical Steroid Addiction (TSA). This condition is not very well studied or recognized by the medical community. The incidence and prevalence of this condition is unknown. Although many patients with TSW and some physicians believe TSW is caused by excessive and chronic use of topical steroids in the form of creams, oils, gels, ointments, and lotions, the exact cause and mechanisms are not clear because not everyone who uses topical steroids will develop TSW.

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The itch series: Part 1 Understand the Different Classification of Itch

Itch is a common skin sensation. Like pain, itch is a part of response by the nervous system to detect and process harmful stimuli from...

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