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Dear Ora, What can I do to get rid of my eczema?!

I get a million emails and calls a day asking me what to do for eczema. I, of course, do not have a magic answer and am not a licensed healthcare provider, but here is my quick list of things that I see help alleviate symptoms of eczema more times than not. With your precious time in mind, in this list, I am not going into all the scientific explanations of how and why these changes work. But, I do encourage you ...
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Everyone Needs a Vacation!!

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I recently drove across the country to see my sister in New Mexico and my mother in Denver with my teenager. Yes, that's right. I voluntarily drove 5,000 miles with my teenager. With all the shutdowns and quarantines right now, I just wasn't sure when I would see my mom and sister next.. So, I decided to go on a little trip. We are very, very careful (both as a company and personally) with exposure risks. Since I was ...
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Natural Eczema Treatment
Anyone with eczema can testify to the quick speed with which most doctors are ready to dispense prescriptions for steroid creams. However, an increasing number of people are turning a skeptical eye towards this conventional approach to treatment and questioning steroids’ safety. These creams are absorbed into the body through the skin. There are strict maximums on steroid dosages due to potential side effects, which children are particularly prone to. Although regarded by many as a benign ...
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You have no doubt noticed an astounding array of new gluten-free offerings popping up on grocery store shelves and at restaurants as awareness of celiac disease and gluten intolerance have grown. But did you know that there’s another gluten-free trend that goes hand and hand with gluten-free diets? It’s important for anyone with celiac disease, dermatitis herpetiformis, gluten-reactive eczema or gluten intolerance to keep the following things in mind:
  1. You eat more ...
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Do NOT Put THAT On Your Skin!

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Shea Butter
It seems intuitive that using natural and pure skincare and clean eating are the same thing. Everything that goes on your skin gets absorbed through your skin to your underlying adipose (fat) cells, to your blood, and from there to your whole body. When I cook food, I do not add Triethanolamine, Methylparaben, or Propylparaben. When I shop at the store I read ingredients, and when I see things like yellow #5, which are known to accumulate over time in the body, I do not purchase those ...
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