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@alexia28, I’m glad your reaction to the puppy was only temporary. I wonder how many others have experienced a similar adaptability. You may be interested in this article about living with cats (https://atopicdermatitis.net/living/cats-eczema/). Thank you for sharing your experience! -Sarah (AtopicDermatitis.net Team Member)
@abazile – So glad you agree with these tips! Dry skin is definitely a top winter struggle. Love the idea to keep moisturizer on hand. You shared some really helpful tips! Thanks for your comment! -Sarah (AtopicDermatitis.net Team Member)
I, too, am a Dupixent Fail.
My allergic reaction to dogs was only temporary. Petting one when we were introduced caused a very itchy rash on my hands. After a few weeks I could hold the puppy and pet him without any itchiness at all. I don’t know if this would be the case with other people who have eczema.
I love these tips! Thank you for this insight and reminders. These tips are essential, especially being as though the weather is getting much colder which will lead to dryer skin and more irritations. Some the things that I do is take shorter showers in lukewarm water, and once I get out, I’ll pat my skin and while my skin is still moist, I’ll…