Eczema and atopic skin condition

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Eczema and atopic skin condition

Postby Good Better Best » Wed Dec 07, 2016 11:54 am

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Atopic Dermatitis (AD)—also known as eczema—is an itchy affair. It's a chronic inflammatory skin condition that affects 10% of all infants, causing cracked skin, skin dryness, itching and burning sensations. Most kids eventually outgrow it, but for some it's a beastly, lifelong ailment. Atopiclair helps lessen the severity of your kid's eczema flare-ups to soothe the itch and discomfort.

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Re: Eczema and atopic skin condition

Postby ApexMathTuition » Sat Dec 10, 2016 10:49 am

Personally, I suffered from atopic eczema too. In fact, it was so bad that I was given PES C9L9 when I was in NS. Luckily, about 4 years ago, a colleague recommended me a remedy: Fish Oil. I ate fish oil (any brand will do) 2 times a day for a few months. Eventually, my eczema disappeared totally. Only left abit of old scars. Now a days, I just eat fish oil once or twice a week just in case. So, for those of you out there who are plagued by this dreadful illness, you might want to give fish oil a try. It helped me. Might help you too.

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