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Aloe Vera

When I think of Aloe Vera, I think of the Spanish island of Tenerife. It was there that I noticed products made of or with the Aloe plant for the first time. It’s difficult not to, drugstores offer dozens of products, in the pedestrian precinct (of Puerto de la Cruz) they’re sold from open stalls. […] Read more
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Eczema Bleach Bath – Stop the Inflammation and Infection Associated with Eczema

Article by Noel Knox Although bleach may sound harsh on the skin, it can aid it the healing of eczema. A bleach bath for eczema is an inexpensive and drug free way to treat eczema and allow it to heal.Why Use a Bleach Bath for Eczema?One of the main discomforts of eczema is the itchiness. […] Read more
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Info On Eyelid Eczema

It’s really no coincident that eyelid eczema is such a common eczema symptom. It really comes down to the simple fact that the skin close to the eyes is just so very thin and delicate. You see, eczema symptoms has an inclination to manifest wherever the skin is thinner than other areas. That is the […] Read more
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Tips To Prevent Eczema

Tips To Prevent Eczema Eczema is one of the most unpleasant disorders a person can live with. Although most cases of eczema start out in childhood they can be triggered in adolescence and adulthood. As the skin itches it becomes dry, thickens and is often accompanied by a rash of some description. The principle cause […] Read more
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How Sunlight Can Help Treat Eczema

How Sunlight Can Help Treat Eczema When it comes to natural remedies for treating eczema, sunlight is up there as one of the most effective. Natural sunlight comes free of charge and unlike most medications for eczema; it is known to make a difference to the skin condition of eczema sufferers. Natural sunlight helps the […] Read more
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