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Beczema makes list of top skin disorder blogs!

Admittedly, I’m a little late in reporting this – but I was completely thrilled to be included in this round-up of skin …

An open letter to make-up from an eczema sufferer

As I look back on my life of being unable to paste a load of slap all over my face, I have realised that being excluded from the cosmetics merry-go-round has afforded me a freedom that many women will never know.

Banish stress and eczema with yoga and relaxation

New Year, new natural eczema remedies: 5 ways to treat eczema from the inside

I have probably read the entire output of the internet on natural treatments for eczema and for the sake of my sanity and my bank balance I have decided to streamline. I am narrowing them down to my favourite five natural remedies for eczema and atopic dermatitis. So make yourself a cuppa, preferably oolong tea (!) and take a look at my top five natural ways to beat eczema.

“It’s the inside that counts,” says MAC, as they cover a plus size model in slap and feathers

MAC has just released its latest ad campaign on the world, showing women that they have the ability to ’empower’ themselves regardless of their shape …

Eczema, the tabloids and me

I’ve noticed something lately. Eczema has slowly and creepingly become regular fodder for the tabloids. They appear to love nothing better than to …

Is eczema an election issue? NHS privatisation and the British dermatology crisis

A week before the country goes to the polls, dermatology provision in the UK is teetering on the brink of a major …

Your eczema might be costing you more than you think

How many times have you hidden away from the world when the eczema on your face is at its worst? How many …

10 ways to take on the world with a face full of eczema

You’ve woken up with an angry eczema flare on your face, you’ve got to go out. What do you do? Here’s 10 ways to get through the day when your eczema is at its worst.

Feel the eczema and do it anyway

Do you want to hear something really sad? This is what one woman told an All Party Parliamentary Group looking into the …

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