Month: January 2018

Makeup Artist Turns Her Eczema Into Art on Instagram

LOVE THIS! This artwork is so majestic and is a daily reminder to turn lemons into lemonade. Or in this case eczema into art. The gorgeously stunning Bronya Humphreys is a 20 year old UK makeup artist, who’s turned her eczema into picturesque works of art. 🌷🌸 P I N K I […]

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It’s The Middle of Winter – Open Your Windows

Germs! It’s officially the middle of winter and germs are lurking all around us. In particular, inside our household. Did you know that indoor air is 2-5 times more polluted than outdoor air? Yes, even in some big cities! In addition, indoor air is dubbed the ‘silent killer’ because of all the chemicals in our […]

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5 Healthy Detox Soups

According to the news, this is the WORST flu and cold season we’ve had in a long time. And being the trendy person that i am, I came down with the flu myself. It was BRUTAL. I highly recommend you take extra precautions everywhere you go. Sanitize your hands often and use wipes if you’re […]

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Key Driver of Atopic Dermatitis Discovered

Source: La Jolla Institute for Allergy and Immunology Severe #eczema, aka atopic dermatitis, is a chronic inflammatory skin condition driven by an allergic reaction. A new study at LJI reveals an important factor that promotes skin inflammation. Their work is published in the January 16, 2018, online edition of the Journal of Experimental Medicine. A post […]

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Dr. Pimple Popper

Confession – I LOVE this show!!! Last night I happened to catch an episode of Dr. Pimple Popper on TLC, and I must say I truly loved the format of the show. Dr. Sandra Lee is a board certified dermatologist who practices in Southern California. She gained notoriety from her YouTube videos, as many […]

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New Study Links Eczema with ADHD

Article Highlights Beer Sheva’s Soroka Medical Center – Children with eczema have a 75% chance of being diagnosed with ADHD than children without eczema Proper treatment of eczema can increase the child’s quality of life Ensure that the skin is moist Study – included 1,740 children between age 0-18. 940 with eczema / 900 without […]

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