The Winter Season Can Make Your Eczema Worse – Here’s What You Can Do

eczema during wintertime

For most people, eczema has a tendency to flare up during the winter months when the air, and therefore your skin, is dry. However, there are things you can do on a daily basis to keep your flare ups under control. Don't let your skin make you afraid to enjoy life and participate in your favorite activities this winter. Here are a few tips to ease your dry, chapped, and irritated skin. Protect and Cover Protection is imperative this time of year. Do not allow cold and/or wet air to come in  Read More

What Happens When Eczema Accelerates Into Other Skin Conditions?


Over 30 million Americans currently have some form of eczema. This painful skin condition is very common among children, and often develops on their cheeks and chin at a very young age. But, adults can develop eczema, too, even if they never had it as a child. Eczema causes a great deal of discomfort on its own, but when left untreated, it can often accelerate and cause other skin conditions as well. What is Eczema? Eczema is described as an inflammatory skin condition that causes redness,  Read More

Keeping Your Skin Clean When Dealing with Eczema


Have you noticed dry, red, spots on your skin? Do the spots itch, weep, or ooze? If so, you are likely suffering from eczema. Also referred to as atopic dermatitis, eczema is a common skin condition. It is estimated that more than 30 million Americans are afflicted with this chronic skin condition, and while it may be comforting to know that you are not alone, dealing with eczema can be a real challenge. The ‘rash’ that is associated with this skin condition can be unsightly, extremely  Read More