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Do you know what eczema is? Do you suffer from this condition, or does your child? If so, you
know how unpleasant it can be to have irritated, itchy skin that just won't go away. There are ways to treat eczema so that it does not flare up as frequently. Read on to learn more.
Understand what makes your eczema act up. It could be that there is a certain type of soap that gets you every time, for example. In most cases, you do not want to use anything that has a scent attached to it. That means it may be necessary to avoid perfume, some body lotions and even certain types of make-up.
Your body temperature could have an impact on your eczema. Being too hot could cause you to sweat, which makes the skin irritated and itchy. In the winter time, the humidity inside is quite low, which could cause the skin to dry out and become itchy. Keep these things in mind as to what could make your eczema flare up.
When choosing a sunscreen, look for something that is PABA-free. This is an ingredient that has a reputation of making eczema worse. Also, be sure to look at the ingredient list for any other things that may irritate your skin. If you are unable to find something that works for you, talk to your doctor about a prescription sunscreen.
Avoid becoming overheated. Excess sweat can trigger eczema flare-ups. If you do work out, take a shower afterwards. In fact, shower after any bout of strenuous activity, which could include things like gardening or heavy housework. Keeping your skin clean will help to keep you comfortable and your eczema flare-ups at bay.
If the air in your room is too dry, it may cause your eczema to act up. Therefore, a humidifier is often an important addition to an eczema sufferer's home. Consider which rooms you spend the most time in and place the humidifier there. You should notice a difference in your skin.
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