Eco-Friendly Labels and What They Mean 0

There are many symbols on products that are probably more meaningful to manufacturers than they are to consumers. But these tags or labels actually help us determine whether fashion brands meet certain criteria in terms of being mindful about their business practices.

Here's How to Make Your Home Allergy-Free and Eco-Friendly 0

Pollen counts and the duration of the pollen season have increased over the past 20 years, according to a recent study in the journal Lancet Planetary Health. While nature is quite impossible to control, there are other ways that we can take to live in an allergy-free home.

Eczema and Bullying: How to Address It 2


Living with eczema is hard enough due to the flare-ups that can be extremely annoying, but what can be so much more debilitating about this condition is the ridicule that some individuals experience from other people.

Eczema is especially hard for children because the obvious signs of this skin condition have often led to them being bullied in school by their peers. It may be hard for your child to endure bullying but there are ways you can do to help him build his confidence and strengthen his resolve.

Naturally Healthy: Tips for Allergy Friendly Fitness 0

Going to the gym may be challenging for people with allergies, but it should not stop you from keeping yourself fit and doing the things you love. Guest blogger and health coach, Izennah Hogan of Naturally Healthy shares some tips and tricks on staying fit while preventing flare-ups.

Why Organic Cotton? 0

Organic cotton is grown without the use of toxic pesticides or fertilizers. Wearing organic cotton clothing is not only good for the environment, but also for the skin. It's hypoallergenic, and can help prevent allergy flare-ups.

Skin Check: Is It Psoriasis or Something Else 0

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When you have an ongoing skin irritation, seeing the doctor to get a correct diagnosis as soon as possible is key to totally getting rid of it, or if in any case it turned out to be an allergy, a correct diagnosis would help you manage its symptoms.

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#InternationalDayOfFamilies: Achieving Sustainable Development 0

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The International Day of Families is an annual celebration organized by the United Nations every 15th of May, and it focuses on the importance of family in the development of the society. For this year, its theme is "Families and Climate Action: Focus on SDG13."

Help Your Child Sleep Through Eczema 0

When you have a child with eczema sleeping throughout the night without disruption seems almost impossible. Many parents blame the itchiness of this skin condition for their child’s erratic sleep patterns but unbeknownst to them, one other reason for kids to miss sleep is stress. If you want your child to sleep peacefully through the night then follow these suggestions:

How to Protect Your Hypoallergenic Clothes 0


Washing and keeping your pure organic cotton clothes is important, especially if you rely on them to protect your overly sensitive skin. Here, we list some tips on how to protect your hypoallergenic clothes.

Inverse Psoriasis vs. Intertrigo 0

Intertrigo and inverse psoriasis are skin conditions that cause discomfort in areas of the body where the skin folds, such as the groin, armpits, and the abdomen. While psoriasis can be easily confused with other allergy symptoms, inverse psoriasis triggers and treatments are different from intertrigo.

Should I Get a Steroid Shot for My Allergies? 1

Steroids in general are anti-inflammatory, so it decreases the body’s immune response to certain things. While there are currently no medical studies that show steroid shots as proven treatment for severe allergy sufferers, for some people, it gets the job done. Still, like most things that sound too good to be true, there’s always a catch.

Climate Change Worsens Allergies 0

Climate change is one of the big problems the world is facing, and for allergy sufferers, it is making allergy season more miserable. A new study from the University of Maryland provides proof that the “onset of spring” is associated to an increase in season allergies in the U.S.