Blog: Great Things to Teach Eczema Babies & Kids

Coping with Eczema – The Importance of Building Resilience

As parents, we all have to help our children build their capacity to deal with life’s knock-backs, to become more resilient, particularly when a child has a continuing condition like eczema. Teaching resilience is another step in the journey to help your child cope with their eczema symptoms. Read More

Mini Toads In The Hole – gluten and dairy-free recipe

These cuties will become a firm favourite of the family. Made in bun tins, the texture of these is slightly more spongy than the usual batter and the combination of sausage, tomato and thyme is simply delicious. They are easy to eat as finger food, making them ideal for parties. We served them on Bonfire Night and the plateful was gone in minutes! Read More

Seven Top Tips to Help Your Child Stop Scratching

Being told to 'stop scratching' is one of the most annoying things that an eczema sufferer hears. Being given strategies to deal with the eczema itch is far more useful and less irritating. In this article, we look at some of the strategies which have helped us and other parents in reducing the urge to itch. Read More