rich emollient used in the management of eczema, psoriasis and other dry skin conditions.


Unfortunately it’s now the hayfever season. If you’re anything like me you dread it. I never suffered with hayfever until 3 years ago when I developed what seemed like an unexplainable eye infection where my eyes wept and went gunky. It was horrible. Repeated visits to the eye hospital concluded it was hayfever and I was told to take antihistamines and get on with it! But it’s so uncomfortable.

I do have mild eczema too – so decided it would be interesting to see how many of you who have eczema get hayfever too. Why not take part in our on-line survey and help us find out? Visit and look on the bottom of the home page for our ‘Online Survey’ box to take part. You can also see the results so far too!

Deborah Mason



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One Response to Hayfever and Eczema

  1. Hay fever symptoms

    >Children are more prone to get infection. Hay fever can occur during the spring and summer season and usually due to a reaction to pollen from flowers, grasses and trees. There are some remedies which can cure it like, local unfiltered honey is the most curative method, also liquorice, Steam inhalation with water infused with essential oils like Peppermint and Chamomile is good. Drink goat ,sheep milk or hemp milk. Don't allow children to play near freshly mown lawns.

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