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6 Useful Tips to Successful Breastfeeding for Nursing Moms 1

Some mothers develop contact dermatitis in their breasts during the early weeks of breastfeeding as their bodies adapt to frequent contact with a baby’s mouth. Oftentimes, women use pumping bras that can be detrimental to their skin without them knowing. But these hardships do not necessarily mean a mother has to stop breastfeeding.

8 Remarks You Might Not Realize Are Offensive To People With Eczema 0

People with eczema also have feelings too! Skin allergies, like eczema and psoriasis, are often associated with stigma. That's why we need to make them feel more included, embrace their condition with compassion, and tell them that their symptoms don't bother us at all.

3 Ways to Hide Your Eczema 0

Eczema can be a living hell sometimes. When symptoms flare up, you itch all over, you feel so uncomfortable that you would want to stay indoors until they go away. But let's face it; you still need to go outside and do our daily tasks.

How pH Level Affects the Skin 0

pH or "potential hydrogen,” is the measurement of the acidity or alkalinity of a solution on a scale from 0 to 14, with 1 being the most acidic to 14 being the most alkaline, and 7 representing neutrality. Determining the pH level of a certain product is important, because it influences several factors contributing to the skin's overall health.