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Making your child’s bedroom eczema friendly

As many parents of itchy little ones know, it is common for children who suffer with eczema to also be prone to allergies - both food and environment related. Dust mites are one of the most common indoor allergens, causing reactions all year round. In addition to allergic rhinitis, dust mite allergy can also trigger asthma and cause eczema to flare. Read More

Eczema or Infant Acne? How To Tell The Difference

With the increasing prevalence of childhood eczema, most parents are vigilant to the symptoms, though because they bear striking similarities to baby acne it can be difficult to tell them apart. In this article, we explain how can you tell the difference between acne and eczema in babies and infants. Read More