Expert Tips for the Holidays


If you have atopic dermatitis (AD), the most common form of eczema, you might be forgiven for having some mixed feelings about the holiday season. Even if you love parties, shopping, family get-togethers, and travel, changing up the daily routine can be stressful — and that can lead to skin challenges and even eczema flare-ups.

On top of that, fall and winter may bring a chill in the air or frigid temperatures, low humidity, and indoor heating, all of which may cause itchiness and dry, cracked skin that can quickly become raw and tender.

But with a little preparation, you can avoid many atopic dermatitis triggers, keep your flares at bay, and focus on relaxing with friends and family (or shopping till you drop, if that’s your thing).

Read on for expert advice on how to care for your skin this fall and winter and keep atopic dermatitis from wrecking your holiday.


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