Hi folks! So like many people with eczema, I'm supposed to stick to lukewarm, super quick showers. Which will be fine in the summer, but where I live, winters can be frigid, the humidity in my house can dip below 20% (which is basically when your skin starts to crack off if you're a person of a certain age) and hot baths were one of my favourite ways to warm up and increase the humidity when it's really cold and dry out. Yesterday, the proverbial light bulb went off over my head: instead of immersing myself in hot water, I ran the shower super hot, sat on the edge of the tub out of the spray and enjoyed the humidity and steam for about 10 blissful minutes (minus the stinging, burning and hours of waiting for my skin to settle down afterwards). Clearly this won't work for those who's skin doesn't like the humid, so proceed with caution.