December 18, 2017

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Eczema Is Caused By Allergies?

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eczema“The Allergy Lady Says……Eczema? Allergies? Is it possible to use these two words in the same sentence? Yes! It is certainly worth considering a different way to look at eczema, since most traditional methods are far from curing this chronic problem. Food allergies like dairy and sugar are definitely culprits, as well as contact allergies like fabrics, formaldehyde found on clothing and furniture, and detergents/chemicals. Anyone dealing with these itchy, scaly, red and painful eruptions on their face, back of knees, hands, elbows, and many times all over the body knows just how frustrating this can be. Why suffer with eczema, when you can fix it? Can you imagine having clear skin without a tube of steroid cream next to your bedside table? It’s worth filling out our “Contact Form” to find out! AL www.allergylady.com blog.”

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  1. I had severe hand ecezma recently, and I treated it using bleach.1/2 cup of bleach in a warm water bathtub for 5-10 minutes (Just in case I had any on my body). For my hands, I dunked it in warm-near hot water with 1/2 cup of bleach for 10 minutes and it was gone the next day.

  2. AllergyLady says:

    “The Allergy Lady Says……I am glad you were able to find a solution to fixing your eczema symptoms. I am a bit concerned about absorbing bleach into your system though, are you? My first question would be, “What is causing the eczema to come on in the first place?” If you find the reason, the eczema will be gone without bleach. Good luck. AL http://www.allergylady.com.”

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