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    CapriClear Spray On Moisturizer – Dr.Betty Bellman

    “Capriclear Natural Soothing Oil” Hi, I’m Dr. Betty Bellman, a dermatologist and creator of Capriclear Spray-on Moisturizer. “Tell us…why did you develop Capriclear?” Over the years my patients kept on asking me over and over again for products that were safe to use on their children and themselves. That were natural. That were not full of chemicals and that were safe to use as much as they wanted to for as long as they wanted to. And it was only until after my daughter was suffering from Atopic Dermatitis and itchy dry skin that I started to wonder what I could use on my own child. And…I started looking at…

  • Eczema: Tips to help your child feel better
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    Eczema: Tips to help your child feel better

    While most children’s eczema does not have a clear cause, such as an allergy, most eczema will improve with good skin care. These tips from dermatologists can reduce the severity and frequency of your child’s flare-ups: Bathe your child in warm – not hot – water and limit your child’s bath time to 5 or 10 minutes. Use a mild, fragrance-free cleanser only when needed. Do not use bubble bath. If your child’s eczema is frequently infected, twice-weekly bleach baths may be beneficial. Discuss this option with your child’s dermatologist. After bathing, gently pat your child’s skin partially dry. If your child has medicine that you apply to the skin,…

  • Eczema in Children: Causes, Complications and Treatments
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    Eczema in Children: Causes, Complications and Treatments

    Mark: Hi, it’s Mark from Top Local Lead Generation. We’re here this morning with Dr. Sonya Jensen of Divine Elements Naturopathic Clinic in Vancouver. How are you today Sonya? Sonya: I’m good. How are you? Mark: I’m good, so we’re going to talk about a really common issue, I think, but how it applies to children and infants is, eczema, so this is something you’ve dealt with a lot. What’s the story on eczema? Sonya: Well eczema, I guess the definition of it is inflammation of the skin and it usually shows up with red patchy, kind of itchy skin. In infants usually either on the face or on the…

  • Eczema Symptoms? Eczema Treatment? Natural Remedies & Medicine Works Really Well!
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    Eczema Symptoms? Eczema Treatment? Natural Remedies & Medicine Works Really Well!

    Let’s talk about how to resolve eczema. To effectively treat eczema, which is an inflammatory skin issue, we first want to understand the cause of the skin inflammation and eruption. Once we understand the cause and take steps to eliminate the triggers and heal the skin, the cycle of skin eruptions will end. Food allergies and intolerances tend to be a common cause of eczema. It is easy to identify food allergies and intolerances with an Elisa blood test or by following an elimination reintroduction diet protocol. We also want to explore adrenal gland insufficiency as a trigger of eczema flare-ups. The adrenal glands make cortisol, which is an anti-inflammatory…

  • Eczema in Children – Pediatrics | Lecturio
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    Eczema in Children – Pediatrics | Lecturio

    In this lecture we’re going to discuss Eczema in Children, which is not only the rash that itches but also the itch that rashes because itching it is no good. This is a remarkable problem worldwide affecting between 5 and 20% of children and it involves both genetics and environment. So when you’re encountering a patient where there is a history of potential eczema, you want to ask not only about family history but also about that child’s history in terms of having both allergic disease, whether they have food allergy which is incredibly common in patients with eczema and up to a third and whether they have a history…

  • The Eczema Song
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    The Eczema Song

    Eczema, makes me itch everywhere. Eczema, it can be so hard to bear. Eczema, I know when it begins. I’m strong and I won’t let it win. Oh oh, I’m starting to feel an itch! Get the eczema fighting cream and quick! And rub it on my hands and feet, my elbow crease, on my chest and behind my knees, ear and nose, the itch it goes, even right between my toes. Ahhh, so much better! My cream works like a dream and if I put it on quick, it will do the trick Rub it all around you can’t slow me down Eczema, makes me itch everywhere. Eczema, it…