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Sensitive Skin Type: Atopic Dermatitis vs Eczema

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Sensitive Skin Type: Atopic Dermatitis vs Eczema

Sensitive skin due to Eczema is connected to physical (skin) barrier disruption. Sensitive skin linked to Atopic Dermatitis is produced by a barrier defect and a hyperactive immune system.   Individuals with atopic dermatitis have allergies, they could have eczema, hay fever and sometimes asthma.  Their allergies could be air born, foods they eat and skin care products.  These individuals have a hyperactive immune system, considerably higher compared to the general population.   Over 30 million Americans suffer from eczema.  There also is no cure for eczema; the causes and the severity vary, but it can be managed  knowing what...

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Eczema Sensitive Skin Type

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Eczema Sensitive Skin Type

This type of sensitive skin can be found on any body area, but is most common in areas where oil production is low, such as the upper back, lower arms and lower legs. To keep your eczema under control  it helps to be aware of your triggers.  It could be dry skin, irritants, allergens or stress.       Avoid wool and itchy fabrics , dress in soft, breathable clothing.     Relax...Learn to use stress management techniques.   A good skin care routine can make your eczema manageable.   The most common cause of eczema is, washing the skin...

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Healthy Moisture Barrier=Healthy Skin

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Healthy Moisture Barrier=Healthy Skin

We all have dry skin from time to time.  But when the skin continuity stays dry or sensitive.   The answer is a Healthy Moisture Barrier=Healthy Skin. It time to examine your skin care product selections. What Does That Mean?    Before you select any skin care product, consider these questions.  What ingredient in the product will actually  smooth out the skin?  Is the exfoliation method correct for your skin type and condition?  Will it damage your skin’s Natural Moisture Function (NMF) barrier? Do you have to use additional products to help your skin repair itself once the cell rejuvenation process has...

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