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Bleach Baths for Eczema

April 4, 2015 / 5953 comments, on Blog, Blog, Child Eczema

Bleach has a bad reputation, especially in the connection to the skin. However, recently, people in support of home remedies have started using bleach baths as a way to minimize the symptoms of eczema. Because bleach naturally kills bacteria, and eczema is irritated by bacteria on the skin, using bleach can lessen itching and redness […]

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Four All-Natural Treatments for Childhood Eczema

March 2, 2015 / 7887 comments, on Blog, Blog, Child Eczema, Blog, Natural Remedies

Written by: Dr. Kristie Does your child suffer from eczema? This very itchy skin condition is commonly treated with prescription medications, usually steroid creams and other medications that block inflammation. Although prescription treatments can be effective for childhood eczema treatment, the risk of side effects is high. Because of concern about the side effects of […]

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How To Care For Your Child’s Eczema

February 14, 2015 / 3689 comments, on Blog, Blog, Child Eczema

Eczema is most often seen in children and infants. When a child has eczema, the skin becomes inflamed, red, and itchy, causing endless hours of discomfort. There is nothing more aggravating and heartbreaking for parents than seeing their child in pain. Thankfully, there are several things parents can do to care for their child’s eczema, […]

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