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Prescribed dozens of different types of medicated creams, including topical steroid creams, the frequency of the flare-ups never seemed to get any better.
"I have cupboards and cupboards full of products that not only would I not use, but I wouldn't want to give it to anyone else either. They're filled with chemicals, parabens, carcinogenic additives...stuff that I believe is so bad for your skin."
Amalia dug deeper and took Vid to naturopaths and allergy experts, who, rather than just look at his skin, asked about his diet and conducted in-depth allergy testing.
The result? A super-sweet culprit: sugar!
When they were told that it was Vid's diet that caused the inflammation it actually made a lot of sense to Amalia, as she already suspected it was his sweet tooth. "He'll often be like, 'Oh Mum I ate too many ice creams today and my skin's getting sore,'" Amalia explains.
"[You've got to] find out the root of the cause, most likely it will have
to do with foods. Once you do this, it [helps] to control it.
" So what does Vid eat now, you ask? "I try to prevent [his flare-ups]
by straight away cutting out sugar, or [putting him] on an alkaline diet,
or I feed him lots of lemons. Also, he announced that he was a vegetarian
at the age of 3! However, he doesn't know that chicken nuggets
come from a chicken...," Amalia tells us.
Vid, now 10, still uses steroid creams when he has a flare-up, but they happen less regularly.
Amalia and Vid love:
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"He said 'Mum, this is the best product I have ever tried," Amalia tells us. "It has really settled the flare ups, we don't have to use the steroid cream as often now."
Real Story: Amalia Vincze TAGS:eczemareal storieschildren's eczemasugardiet No matter what little 3yo Vid's mum, Amalia, tried for his eczema, nothing seemed to work.
The Eczema Diet: Which Foods to Avoid & What You Should Be Eating
Have you noticed how after a week of eating processed foods high in sugar, your skin reflects your bad diet? You might notice your skin breaking out, or becoming dull, blotchy and irritated. This is because our skin often mirrors what is going on inside our bodies. Similarly, eczema sufferers will notice how consuming specific foods cause their eczema to flare up and become more inflamed
(Diet and Eczema: The Facts, WebMD, 2014).
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Want to give your skincare routine a boost… but unsure where to start?
We've all walked into our local beauty destination looking for help and found ourselves consumed by an avalanche of eye creams, serums, day moisturisers, night creams, sunscreens, and brightening agents, with no clue what our skin really needs. Sure, you moisturise day and night, but if you're looking to minimise the look of those fine lines and reinvigorate your skin, it's time to add a serum to your routine.
What's a face serum and why do you need one, you ask? Serums are lightweight moisturisers that deliver active ingredients deeper into the skin, due to their gel-like texture. With fewer thickening and SPF actives than your moisturiser, serums have more room for extra antioxidants and anti-aging ingredients. Their thin texture should be applied first to cleansed, bare skin allowing for fast penetration and followed by your moisturiser both day and night.
As you’re pulling yourself out of the skincare avalanche you've found yourself in, beware of products which advertise a bunch of tongue-twisting ingredients that often don't have a lot of supporting evidence. We always reach for traditional ingredients, which are renowned for their skin-loving qualities, such as Vitamin C and green tea.
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After the countless medications and topical ointments, it no longer works when Helena says 'this is a new cream, this one will work.'"
"It was easier when she was younger, I could manage it better. Now that she's older... [she's] stopped believing in it. She tells me 'I don't want any more creams. The doctor isn't getting it right, I'm not putting on any more of those creams.'"
Helena has even caught Phoebe hiding an expensive prescription cream in the rubbish bin. "Because she has to apply the cream at school, she was getting sick of people asking her what's all over her face. They say that she's really ugly," she tells us. "I get 'Mummy, I don't want to go to school' because of it."
Ever since Helena can remember, Phoebe has suffered from a skin condition. "She has always had [it] underneath in the folds of her skin, like underneath the kneecaps, under the elbows, sometimes around the face. [It] disappeared and now it has started again, especially on her face and eyelids. "
Because of the undiagnosed nature of Phoebe's skin condition, she has been prescribed countless medicated creams, including steroid cream, on a trial and error basis. For Helena, this means shelling out hundreds of dollars with no guarantee of success.
"You should see Phoebe's cosmetic bag, it's bigger than mine! And
it's just filled with the most expensive creams and ointments... Just a
small tube the dermatologist gave me was $45."
Helena's advice for other mothers is to chat with the school or school nurse about their children's skin condition. List their triggers, pack their moisturiser and gloves, and find activities that won't cause skin irritation. "Little kids can't do it themselves, [they need] that help from the school nurse," Helena says.
Helena recommends: "It's very effective and really easy."
Real Story: Helena Klapas TAGS:real stories children eczema sensitive skin motherhood school
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