Often sidelined as the skin manifestation of celiac disease, Dermatitis herpetiformis (DH) is the source of much physical – and emotional – aggravation for the estimated 15-25% of celiacs who struggle with it. Debilitatingly itchy and like celiac disease, often misdiagnosed, visible red bumps and raw blisters exact an additional emotional toll. Social stigmatization / avoidance of situations where skin can be seen by others Read More
Attention girls with uneven skin tone, acne, oily skin, dry skin, acne scars, chapped lips, under eye bags, fever blisters, or any skin imperfections: Here is what i consider my cure-all "night cream"...One squirt of bio oil mixed with 2 drops of tea tree oil applied to face, lips, & neck before bed... (Do not get in your mouth or eyes!) Try it & you'll fall in love! Both products can be found at CVS, Rite Aid, Walmart, Walgreens etc.:
Prev post1 of 3Next Dermatitis refers to inflammation of the skin. It can be of different types like contact dermatitis, atopic dermatitis, seborrheic dermatitis, etc. Symptoms of dermatitis include inflammation, swelling, itching, burning sensation and redness. Severe dermatitis can also produce blisters, crusting and scaling of skin. Some of the common causes are an allergic reaction, certain
Best remedy for cold sores: raw honey and turmeric. Dab on as a paste. Use early, use often. See the blog for the science. http://www.thehealthyhomeeconomist.com/effective-home-remedies-for-cold-sores-fever-blisters/
NYT Cooking: Here is a deeply flavored salad that can be prepared entirely outdoors, keeping the heat out of the kitchen. Grill a whole fat purple globe eggplant until the skin blisters. Then scrape the soft insides into a bowl and season them with red wine vinegar, garlic, good olive oil and fresh herbs. A few capers on top add a pleasing brininess. Serve it with pita bread,%2...
16 Ways to Prevent & Get Rid of Cold Sores | Everyday Roots. My husband will be glad I pinned this one!
You woke up this morning, and suddenly, you notice a blister on your lips. You think it will go away by itself, but then, other symptoms start to develop. You experience itching and a burning sensation in the mouth, and have trouble eating as your mouth has become extra sensitive. These are all symptoms of a cold sore.