Blog: Seasonal: Eczema Just Keeps Changing…

Managing Eczema in the Spring

If your child’s eczema does worsen this Spring, it could be down to a number of factors. It’s well worth keeping an eye on what the causes could be so that you can prevent and manage your child’s eczema appropriately. Here we explore some of the more common causes of Springtime eczema. Read More

Winter Eczema Tips: Helping Kids with Chapped Hands

When hands have gone past being dry and rough to having fissures and cracks (and sometimes even bleeding) it’s time for action. We look at how why kids hands are so prone to chapping, how minimise the risk of chapped hands and how to treat them. Read More

Eczema triggers #5 – Mould

As the parent of an eczema child you know that all sorts of things can trigger a flare up. Toiletries, cleaning products, animal dander, washing powders...the list goes on and on. What, however, about the environment in your home? It is widely recognised that house dust mites can worsen eczema and other skin conditions, but there is another allergen lurking in your house that you might not even be aware of... mould. Read More

Avoiding Eczema This Christmas

Christmas is a magical time for kids but it can be a time of itching as well. Christmas trees, festive food, cold weather, disrupted routines and even visiting relatives can trigger eczema. Read our top tips for avoiding eczema this Christmas. Read More