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Contact Dermatitis

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American Academy of Dermatology

Contact with everyday objects — from shampoo and jewelry to food and water — causes this very common type of eczema. When the contact leads to irritated skin, the eczema is called irritant contact dermatitis. If an allergic reaction develops on the skin after exposure, the eczema is called allergic contact dermatitis. Continue

Itchy Skin Remedies

Alex Barton

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Suggestions to relieve itchy skin. Continue

Perioral Dermatitis Toothpaste

Written by Megan Kinder with information gathered information from a "Healthy Living Information" blog as well as several credible message boards to compile this article.

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Almost most of the patients with treatment-refractory skin disorder-like perioral dermatitis, all had been using perioral dermatitis toothpaste which contains fluoride. When these patients were changed to non-fluoridated perioral dermatitis toothpaste, about one half had a clearance of their wounds within two to four weeks. The non-responders then changed from their existing perioral dermatitis toothpaste, which contained clearing up and seasoning agents and other strange chemicals, to baking soda and a commercial usable gargle after brushing. Continue

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