About Drunkenspaniel

Drunkenspaniel has another blog (here).

She has a number of medical conditions, but has always had very sensitive eczema-prone skin, and she decided to write this blog because there wasn’t a huge amount of easily accessible information on the Web in the UK about eczema and dry skin. Drunkenspaniel hopes that, in time, this will be a forum for skin-condition sufferers to converse with one another about things that affect them.

You can help shape this blog by posting comments.

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9 Responses to “About Drunkenspaniel”

  1. Try this site for useful sensitive skin advice and products
    http://www.exederm.com

  2. 2 Ken

    I had an area on my chest flare up suddenly. Doctor said it was likely excema. I tried several products none of which worked very well. Finally I decided to try just plain old Aloe Vera without any additives. It can be found in most organic or wholistic type stores. It is inexpensive and it works better for me by far than anything else I have tried. When my chest or sometimes wrist areas flare up I use aloe once a day and the need to scratch dies down considerably. For me aloe made the difference between excema driving me crazy and not hardly having a problem at all

  3. 3 Brian

    Hi,

    Have you heard of using hazelwood to treat eczema? Our daughter, 18 months at the time, developed eczema all over her body and a friend told us about using a hazelwood necklace to get her son off of heavy acid reflux medicine. Hazelwood works to absorb excess acid from your body. She said it was supposed to help with eczema also so we bought them for the whole family.

    It cleared our daughter’s skin so quickly that we began retailing them to bring the product into the US (it’s more commonly known in Canada). Since then we’ve seen about a 70% success rate in helping people with their skin issues, particularly children, and we’ve been doing this over two years. You can learn more at http://www.hazelaid.com. We also carry soap nuts which are a natural alternative to laundry detergent, also growing in use among people with skin issues (like our family!). 🙂

    Best Wishes,

    Brian

  4. 4 Yasser

    I am also a long time eczema sufferer. On the face mainly. I have found dealing with eczema internally but can’t find anything use of moisturiser.

    I find eczema.net useful. Probiotics, evening primrose oil and vegetables and water help with eczema.

  5. Have you tried using Goat’s milk creams? They work wonders on eczema, psoriasis or just dry skin problems. I work for a company that makes Goat’s Milk products (Elegance Natural Skin Care). Would you like me to send you some samples?

  6. 6 Ellie

    Hi there Spaniel,
    I have seen that you are willing to do sampling? How can I get hold of you to talk about this?
    Many thanks,
    Ellie

  7. Hi Everyone,

    Try using Jamieson Vitamin E, in the liquid form, not the cream.

    Not sure if this will help, but you may also try adding tea tree oil, glycerin, and lime (combined)

  8. Oh my goodness! Incredible article dude! Thanks,
    However I am going through troubles with your RSS. I don’t know why I can’t join it.
    Is there anybody getting similar RSS problems? Anyone
    that knows the solution will you kindly respond?
    Thanx!!

  9. 皮膚が弱くて化粧水をつけると顔が赤くなってしまう方。アトピーなどでお化粧もできない。敏感用のものを使ってもヒリヒリして痒くなってしまって、自分に合う化粧水がどうしても見つからない人はオージュンヌという化粧水を試してみるといいかも知れません。もちろん防腐剤などの不要なものは一切入っていないですから安心して使えます。敏感肌でお化粧ができなかったという人でも、お肌の状態が良くなったケースがあります。ヒリヒリして痒みが出てしまったり、保湿タイプを使うと逆にニキビができてしまったりという方に向いています。


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