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How to Tell the Difference between Foot Eczema and Athlete’s Foot

How to determine a skin condition that affects the feet

You may not be concerned about your feet until you notice that there’s a problem. Many different conditions affect the feet, like eczema and athlete’s foot. But, these conditions have different symptoms and need to be treated differently. You can tell the difference because eczema causes inflammation and affects the skin. The most significant difference […]

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How to Treat Eczema on the Soles of Feet (and Get Relief from Pain)

How to reduce pain from eczema on the feet

Eczema is one of the most common skin conditions. According to the National Eczema Association, over 31 million people in the United States are currently affected. There are different types of eczema to consider, including eczema that affects the hands and feet. This is called Dyshidrotic eczema. You can treat this type of eczema and […]

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Why Do the Bottoms of My Feet Itch after Showering?

foot is itchy after my shower

Your feet are itchy after showering. The skin is usually drier in the winter time due to cold weather and artificial heating patterns. During the summer, people are guilty of going without shoes or sticking to their sandals. But what if none of this describes the reason for the itchiness on the soles of your […]

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12 Ways to Stop Biting Nails and Cuticles that Work

Ways to quit nail biting fast

Looking for proven ways to stop biting nails and cuticles? You’ve found the right place! We’re going to provide some easy-to-follow tips and advice to help you to quit this life-long habit. You’ll soon have healthy-looking fingernails and renewed self-confidence. The reasons people bite off fingernails run much deeper than you might anticipate. The experts […]

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Is Foot Eczema Contagious?

Can you catch eczema?

Is foot eczema contagious? We understand: eczema is a tricky condition, both to live with and to treat. And if you live with family or a partner, it won’t just affect your confidence. It can make you wonder whether you might be unwittingly giving others the condition, too. The good news is that eczema of […]

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