Posts filed under Amanda Roberts

Eczema care for those with Autism

Webmasters Comment: The following post has been written by our own Amanda Roberts and Colette O’Sullivan. Both Amanda and Colette are on the CEBD (Centre of Evidence Based Dermatology) patient panel.  This post should be read in conjunction with our disclaimer which can be found at Children with autism can find treatments for eczema extremely… (read more)

Spoken advice for those living with eczema

Got tips about living with eczema which you want to pass on to others?  We are starting a collection of audioboos ( and this is our first one, recorded by Amanda, about Pregnancy and Eczema.  If you want to join in, you can send your own audioboos to @eczemasupport. ‘Eczema and Pregnancy’

Are you a Teenager with Eczema?

If you are a teenager with eczema then we have just the thing for you. We have just completed our latest Patient Information Leaflet specifically aimed at the teenage community. As an eczema sufferer you will find useful information about dealing with everything from Acne, Makeup and Jewellery, Shaving and even Tattoos, Exams and Career… (read more)

NICE Guideline CG57 – Atopic Eczema in Children

Following several requests from site visitors, we have made available through our download page the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (N.I.C.E) Guideline CG57 – Atopic Eczema in Children.

Diet and your Child PIL is Published

After a lot of rewriting of this Patient Information Leaflet (PIL), it has now been published on the website. It is a 3 page discussion on the effect of diet on children including answers to questions like “How important is food allergy in atopic eczema?” and “How do I know if my child is allergic… (read more)

Softened Water Eczema Trial

The Sofened Water Eczema Trial (SWET) is now looking for more volunteers to take part in this valuable piece of research into the effects of using softened water on eczema. If you live in the Lincoln or Leicester areas of the United Kingdom them please get in touch with Dr Karin Koller, the SWET Clinical… (read more)

No Magic Cure

Just wanted to say that my boys had quite bad eczema when they were young but now they are in their late teens their skin hardly causes them any problems: no magic cure. They just grew out of the worst of it: so there is hope. Wouldn’t it be great to know whether your child… (read more)

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