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Be Kind to Eczema

A kind review: laundry detergent eco-strips

A kind review: laundry detergent eco-strips

I am sure many of you have seen these little @truearthmovement laundry strips advertised lately. As I researched more about them, they met my “laundry list” of laundry soap requirements, paraben-free, free from dyes, free from bleach, dioxane free, biodegradable, hypoallergenic, fragrance-free and not tested on animals. The most appealing part is the packaging! No more plastic laundry containers in our landfills and oceans. I just had to try them and share with you my completely unbiased, unsponsored thoughts.   I ordered them initially at the height of the pandemic. I ordered the smallest quantity to test. The package did...


Eczema, can what you eat make a difference?

Eczema, can what you eat make a difference?

In this week's blog, I am very excited to introduce you to Angela Wallace, Registered Dietitian, Personal Trainer, and Family Food Expert of Eat Right Feel Right, to provide you with valuable insight regarding eczema and nutrition.


Summertime fun for eczema families

Summertime fun for eczema families

We typically think winter when we think of eczema, but for so many families (including ours), eczema is year-round. Just like during the winter months, prevention is key; however, how we manage and prevent eczema symptoms can look a little different from one season to the next.

In today/s blog post, I provide a few kind + mindful tips for eczema prevention for both pre and post fun in the sun this summer.


You are exactly what your children need

You are exactly what your children need
Becoming a mother opened my eyes to how frequently I would make comparisons between myself and other moms. I would think, “Wow. She is so organized!” and “I wish I could make everything look that easy.” I often felt like I wasn’t meeting the expectations I placed on myself, especially regarding Vinnie’s eczema.

Eczema + second-hand clothing

Eczema + second-hand clothing

During the past few months, spending most of our time at home, we have watched our fair share of documentaries, many of which highlight the environmental impact of the textile industry. Every year, the fashion industry uses 93 billion cubic meters of water, enough to meet the consumption needs of five million people.     I have to admit, I have always loved new clothing pieces — sweaters, jeans, shoes, yoga wear, and yes, even fast fashion. Yet, as I become more aware of the carbon footprint my family and I are leaving behind on this earth, I am learning...