The holiday season is here, which means it’s time for all of your favorite holiday activities. In many places, this time of year also brings cold and dry winter weather. It’s the perfect recipe for dry, chapped skin for those with atopic eczema. Not to mention the spreading of germs which can lead to catching a cold.
To help you enjoy the snowflakes without the skin flakes, we’ve got you covered with tips for managing your atopic dermatitis during the winter season!
How do you handle receiving gifts that may trigger you or your child’s eczema?
Tell us about your winter remedies for dry, cracked skin.
See how the community talks about winter challenges with atopic dermatitis.
Seasons of Eczema
By Editorial Team – November 28, 2017
For some the weather or changing of seasons can aggravate or act as a trigger for atopic dermatitis (AD), leading some to call it winter eczema or even seasonal dermatitis…READ MORE
Put the Lotion Down! Moisturizing Eczema-Prone Skin
By Sarah Hackley – November 22, 2017
It’s getting cold across many parts of the country, and cooler, drier weather often means itchier, flakier skin for those with atopic dermatitis…READ MORE
Homemade Moisture Cream for Dry Skin
By Karen Hoyt – November 20, 2017
It is not always easy to find that one moisturizer that works on everything. It seems like this one has perfume, or that one doesn’t absorb easily. I would like to share my homemade moisture cream for dry skin…READ MORE
Why Am I Always Getting Sick?
By Emily Downward – October 19, 2017
Atopic dermatitis (AD), also commonly known as eczema, is associated with an increased risk of skin infections due to the damage to the skin barrier…READ MORE