Resources

An ever-expanding collection of resources to explore on eczema. Videos, handouts, and pamphlets of interest can be found here.

A brief introduction to eczema

Some thoughts on Dr. Richard Aron's approach to treating eczema

New insights into the science of moisturizers.

Leaky skin may be more important than we thought.

An infographic by Diana Kost.

A summary of a presentation at the National Eczema Association meeting.

From Practical Dermatology, November 2013.

A blank plan that allows you to write in your medications.

A handout for wet wraps adapted with permission from Dr. Sheilagh Maguiness, Children's Hospital Boston.

An overview including TCM and acupuncture, from Practical Dermatology.

An overview including natural therapies, from Practical Dermatology.

Lisa Lombard, PhD and Licensed Psychologist discusses the role of hypnotherapy in atopic dermatitis. More about her can be found here: http://www.lisalombardphd.com/services/hypnotherapy/

Some thoughts from Dr. Ryan Lombardo on supplements for eczema.

A deeper focus on botanicals, from Practical Dermatology.

An introduction to "Boot Camp" for the skin.

A deeper look at gluten and inflammation, fom the National Eczema Association's The Advocate.

A look at the evidence for probiotics, from the National Eczema Association's The Advocate.

A review of the evidence from the National Eczema Association's The Advocate.

Some thoughts on corticosteroid addiction.

A recipe for making dilute bleach baths.

Another type of plan that you or your caregiver can create.

Some thoughts about clothing and eczema.

Vinegar baths that may help with bacteria and yeast overgrowth on the skin.

Some pH values for selected moisturizers.

Some thoughts about bath therapy (balneotherapy) and eczema.

Some thoughts on Protopic and Elidel (Tacrolimus and Pimecrolimus).