You’ve read all the parenting books you can find. You’re waiting patiently for your little one to arrive and are preparing for all the twists and turns that come with caring for a new baby. Keeping your baby safe and healthy is on the top of your priority list.
Suffering from psoriasis or eczema can be both frustrating and confusing. Since both psoriasis and eczema cause red, scaly patches to flare-up on the skin, it may be hard to figure out which skin condition you are struggling with.
With August being National Psoriasis Awareness Month, there’s no better time to bring awareness to the condition that affects over 125 million individuals worldwide. Whether or not you personally struggle with the disease, the odds are you know someone who does.
Eczema sufferers are no stranger to the frustrating red, itchy patches that show up on the skin despite best efforts to prevent them. Eczema is a chronic skin condition that makes skin red and itchy due to inflammation.
There’s nothing like the delicate, soft skin of a baby. Because their skin is new and fresh, it is more sensitive and can become irritated quickly. And just like their skin, their immune system is also delicate, meaning chemicals, fragrances and artificial products can often cause irritation.
Diabetes is a disease that can affect many parts of the body, including the skin. Luckily, nearly all skin conditions associated with diabetes can be easily treated and prevented.
Summer is in full swing, and it’s officially time to soak in the sun. However, too much sun exposure can cause the skin to become dry or burnt. Luckily, Aloe Vera can be used to hydrate dry skin, cool a sunburn, and benefit the skin in many other ways.