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face eczema

How can I treat face eczema

Eczema is a very visible condition, eczema on the face is more noticeable and because of this can cause even more distress. In babies the cheeks are often the first place eczema will appear and children who have eczema will often be affected by eczema on their faces.

What can I do to manage it?

  • using cold compresses

Taking the heat out of the eczema skin can help to relieve the itch and give immediate relief. To make a cold compress use a face washer and run it under cool water. Rest it on the face for a few minutes until it starts to feel warm, then take it off and run it under cool water again and repeat until the skin is cool and less itchy.

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probiotics and eczema

Can probiotics help eczema?

Eczema and probiotics – an update

It has been a little while since I wrote about the benefits that probiotics can have on eczema management and in that time the evidence in favour of giving your child a probiotic as part of your eczema management is piling up. Looking at the evidence it appears that if you are not already supplementing your child’s diet with a probiotic, now is a good time to start.

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best baby skincare products to the test

The results of some of the best baby skincare products are out…

We have been patiently waiting for the results of this review by Kid Magazine to be released – and it’s finally here. A team of mums and bubs have put the best of baby skincare products to the test.

We offered two of our products which have been really popular these past few months, our natural oatmeal bath soak with marshmallow root and our natural scalp oil. The panel consisted of twelve mums and their bubs who tried and tested twenty two of the best baby products on the market.

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