• Allergic to DUPIXENT? or Topical Steroid Withdrawal (TSW) Eczema? | Ep.215
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    Allergic to DUPIXENT? or Topical Steroid Withdrawal (TSW) Eczema? | Ep.215

    What? Another Dupixent video? It’s only been two weeks! I had a Dupixent emergency I had a pretty bad flare-up about two days after the last injection So, how am I feeling today? Well I would say overall I’m probably in the best condition that I’ve ever been in. This time I’ve had quite significant peeling again you see the redness here. Still peeling through layers of skin There’s yeah there’s like my peeling stuff around my chin area. This is the most obvious, but also on my forehead around my eyes like the panda area. It just got worse and worse over the past two weeks. it’s not peeling…

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    CBD Heals Eczema?! Pros & Cons // Michelle Mills

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  • Helping you with… Eczema
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    Helping you with… Eczema

    Hello there my name is Doctor Andy Knox, I’m one of the partners at Ash Trees Surgery in Carnforth which is part of the Federation of practices working together across North Lancashire also part of the Better Care Together program around Morecambe Bay where we’re really trying to provide the best care we possibly can for our patients. One of things we see really commonly as GP’s is a skin condition called Eczema. Eczema fits into a family of illnesses alongside hay fever and asthma which is often when your body is over reacting to things in the natural environment and causing you some problems. What happens in Eczema is…

  • Coping with Eczema, Skin Infections and Bullying.
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    Coping with Eczema, Skin Infections and Bullying.

    Dr. Fred Ghali: Carson is a ten-year old atopic dermatitis patient who really meets the criteria of being a severe atopic dermatitis patient. Dale: He had it literally all over his face, his arms, his legs, more severe areas where in the joint areas such as the outside of the elbows, inside the elbows, the inside and outside of the knee areas. Dr. Fred Ghali: And as he became older, the severity escalated and became more and more severe Dale: Kindergarten it wasn’t so much of a problem. I think the kids are younger and was more accepting of the kids but by the time he had got into first…

  • ANGRY WITH MY ECZEMA, allergies, asthma, & chronic illness | Ep.210
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    ANGRY WITH MY ECZEMA, allergies, asthma, & chronic illness | Ep.210

    hey it’s your friend Jeffrey Lin here. Not feeling well today feeling nauseous weak all over and I’m flaring up look at these bumps right here so am i angry with my eczema my allergies and autoimmune problems and being sensitive to everything am i angry that the rain is coming tomorrow and it just completely wiped me out so in this video I want to talk about being angry with your chronic illness and how I deal with it okay now from the beginning it’s Friday night I’m supposed to post a video on Thursday I’ve been feeling horrible for the last two days dizzy my heart’s beating funny…

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    Combat Winter Skin

    MEG OLIVER: Dry itchy weather beating skin, oh what winter brings, but fear not, dermatologist Adrienne Denese is here and armed with skin protections and moisturizer for men and women just in time. Thanks so much for being here. DR. ADRIENNE DENESE: My absolute pleasure. I’m so glad to be here. MEG OLIVER: It is defiantly – you can feel the dryer weather outside. I feel like as soon as I wash my face, I can’t get moisturizer on it fast enough. DR. ADRIENNE DENESE: Exactly. Exactly. Do you want to see what happens to the skin? MEG OLIVER: I do. You brought a really interesting example, balloons right? DR.…

  • DermTV – What is Eczema [DermTV.com Epi #173]
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    DermTV – What is Eczema [DermTV.com Epi #173]

    [music] Hello, I’m Dr. Neal Schultz [pause] and welcome to DermTV. Today I’m going to explain what eczema is and in a subsequent episode we’ll talk about how to treat eczema. The word eczema is a very, very confusing term and the reason that it is, is because on the one hand it refers to a very specific disease and on the other hand so many people use the word eczema improperly in referring to diseases and conditions that are either persistent or recurrent. Let’s talk about the real word eczema. Eczema refers to a disease called atopic dermatitis. Atopic dermatitis is a rash that tends to be hereditary and…

  • 5 Ways to Stop or Help Treat Prickly Heat Rash
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    5 Ways to Stop or Help Treat Prickly Heat Rash

    Welcome to the disscot guide to prickly heat. Her are some tops tips on how to prevent getting prickly heat and how to manage it of unfortunately it happens. Prickly heat is a right pain I suffer from it sometimes. My first tip would be antihistamines I take them for 2 weeks before I travel and I take them everyday when I am away and I have found the this works for me. The last couple of times I have tried it the prickly heat hasn’t appeared or if it has its not been massively bad and hasn’t impacted my holiday in anyway. Number 2 suncream. Choose your suncream that…

  • How to treat diaper rash
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    How to treat diaper rash

    Diaper rash is very common in babies. In most cases, diaper rash can be treated and prevented by following these tips from dermatologists. The most important tip in treating and preventing diaper rash is to change all dirty diapers as soon as possible – even if they are just wet. This reduces moisture on the skin that can inflame a rash. Be gentle when cleaning the diaper area. Use water and a soft washcloth or baby wipes that are alcohol and fragrance-free. If the rash is severe, use a squirt bottle of water to clean the area as doing so is gentler to the skin. Then allow the area to…