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Now that we’re in the “Era of Eczema,” it’s never been easier for patients to help researchers develop better treatments for atopic dermatitis.
Parents with skin issues of their own strive to help their children deal with eczema.
When we tell our stories, show our cracks and roughness, we become empowered. We heal the invisible cracks in our hearts. And we do the same for the people watching. Celebrate Eczema Awareness Month 2018 and help us #unhideECZEMA.
A mom’s frustration with struggling to find non-toxic skincare products for her son led to a new job and an opportunity to advocate for NEA.
When the story of a teen with eczema being harassed at school went viral, Ashley Wall shared her thoughts on how the internet and social media have escalated bullying into an alarming epidemic.
Every parent worries about their child’s first day of preschool, especially when the child has eczema.
A diplomat and certified yoga teacher traveled the world looking for effective treatments for her atopic dermatitis until she finally found one that worked.
Beauty journalist Eartha Terrell shares her best advice for choosing products and applying makeup to sensitive skin.
The National Eczema Association unveils a billboard in Times Square for eczema awareness throughout the summer of 2018.
Dove launched a new ad campaign featuring women with eczema and other skin conditions. Mercedes Matz and Alexis Smith were two of the women selected.