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Suntan, psychology and atopic eczema
Although sunshine can be good for eczema,
suntanning is not recommended
Holidays, climate and atopic eczema
Having a change may be good, but with atopic eczema
a change in climate can require a change in skin care
Sunshine, hives and atopic eczema
Are people with
more likely to get
Sun blocks, sun-skin reactions, and atopic eczema
Sunshine is generally good for you, but adverse reactions occur, and
sunbathing can have serious long-term side effects
Sunshine, vitamin D and atopic eczema
The sun gives us vitamin D through an effect on the skin - this may explain why some say their eczema is worse in the winter and better in the summer
Phototherapy and atopic eczema
Too much is harmful, but some can be good for you!
Holidays and eczema: better or worse?
Not everyone is the same,
but most people with eczema like going on holiday!
Ask DrB: Are all-day sunblock creams a good idea?
From the Clinic #12: Atopic skin and hot water
NB: Atopic skin dislikes water - especially hot water!
kin does not lik
From the Clinic #11: The Zap Pack for Acute Eczema
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