Find a lasting solution for Eczema
Eczema is a skin conditions we always try to treat topically, yet often never fully find a lasting solution. There are two types of eczema, contact dermatitis (caused by contact allergies) and atopic dermatitis (caused by an immune function).
I’ve dealt with a nasty bit of eczema between my ring and middle finger for a few years now as a result of a reaction due to chemical cleaning products. Fortunately I’ve never had to deal with any other form of eczema, until I had my son Izzy.
Topical cream is not always enough
Poor guy, every since he was 3 months old, Izzy started developing eczema around the sides of his face. Knowing what I know about skin reactions, I ruled all contact allergies out and came to the conclusion it had to be something I was eating (at this point he was only getting breast milk). I now know that dairy and eggs trigger his eczema. It’s quite remarkable actually. The other day I wanted to test out my theory and so I gave him a little bit of egg to eat (he’s now 8 months, by the way). Almost immediately the sides of his face turned red and the rash reappeared. As I said, poor guy.
That’s why I’m such a huge fan of Joy McCarthy’s newest book, The Eczema Healing Guide. Despite what some physicians may say (my son’s pediatrician just prescribed a steroid cream!) a change in diet can result in an improvement in at least 75% of cases.
I’m so excited to share this comprehensive guide with you that will educate you on the various causes of eczema, explain why conventional eczema solutions don’t work and provide you with a list of food, supplement and lifestyle-based solutions that DO work!
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