Skin care

Coping with Eczema in Winter

Winter can destroy skin prone to eczema.

Central heating, cold weather and itchy jumpers can be a recipe for unpleasant flare-ups.

Follow our top tips to keep eczema-prone skin calm and calm in the cooler months.

Avoid the temptation to water

When it comes to skin prone to eczema, some find it difficult to resist the soothing feeling of hot water (possibly thanks to a histamine release that relieves the itching) – but this is always short-lived.

In the long term, too much hot water and foaming bath additives remove the natural oils from the skin and make them more prone to itching, dryness and irritation.

Try to limit baths and showers to once a day and keep the temperature warm and not hot.

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<h3> Doubling of moisture </h3>
<p> The skin prone to eczema may need more moisture in winter when the humidity drops. </p>
<p> We recommend applying Comfrey & Calendula Calming Body Cream immediately after washing and again about twelve hours later on slightly damp skin to keep the skin nourished and calm. </p>
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