Alopecians with eczema


Alopecians with eczema

This group is for alopecians who have eczema. I myself have eczema.

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Latest Activity: Apr 5, 2017

Hi everyone my name is Kaiana and I have Alopecia totalis. I have just lost all of my hair. With eczema I have had I since I was six weeks old and have lived with it ever since. I recently seen a dermatologist who has given me Aqueous BP and a steroid cream called Elocon. They work really well. Thats all for now. Bye!!


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Comment by Angie on February 7, 2013 at 3:06pm

If anyone knows of someone who lives in the DC or NoVA area and would like to join our alopecia group, please visit our Facebook page and request to join the group.

Comment by Neil on December 29, 2011 at 1:28am

Glad I could help.

Comment by Deana DG on December 23, 2011 at 9:49am
So I finally bought the Olive Body Butter and it is amazing. I have really bad eczema on my hands and I just got then olive butter yesterday and I can't even tell you all how much better my eczema is in just a day! Thank you so much Neil! I love using creams that don't have steroids. This is the best gift I could have asked for!!
Comment by Deana DG on December 8, 2011 at 5:03pm
Thanks Neil, I may try it. I am just cautious because I also have very sensitive skin.
Comment by Neil on December 8, 2011 at 10:05am

For my eczema I apply olive butter from the body shop after a shower. It clears up quickly after that (a day or two). The most I've needed is two applications but often one works fine. Cheaper and safer than cortizone and works just as well.

Comment by Deana DG on December 7, 2011 at 2:34pm
Hi all, I have AU since I am 9 and eczema since before I could remember. I do notice a difference in my eczema with weather change and also with diet. I try to stay away from sugar and that started when I first had AU. As a kid it was so much easier to stay away from sugar then it is now as a 30 year old adult. I think as a kid I thought not eating sugar would cure my alopecia along with the other homeopathic treatments my mom would give me. I can honestly say my eczema has always bothered me a lot more then my alopecia. My alopecia has a kid was easy to hide under a wig but the eczema is a lot harder to hide especially since it is on my hands and the skin above and below my lips. Anyway I try to treat it with over the counter cortizone. I know I should go back to the dermatologist I'm just so tired of it after all these years. Anything you guys do that helps your eczema? Has anyone been to an allergist?
Comment by Kathryn Michael on October 24, 2011 at 2:48pm
I have had excema since I was a child - strangely it disappears as my hair falls out. It is still triggered by certain foods though. I have had two glorious years of no excema. Recently as my hair started some regrowth, the excema came back with avengance. My mother was recently given BACTROBAN nasal spray for her excema (also since childhood) - mostly it cleared up. I went to my GP and asked for BACTROBAN and all my skin has cleared up - although still food triggered. I'm a happy bunny!
Comment by Neil on September 12, 2011 at 11:50am
My eczema got better just before my hair started falling out. I've been gluten free for a while now but since I've started my new job I've been eating out in resturants and my eczema seems to be returning.
Comment by Dawn on September 11, 2011 at 7:43pm
Bonney, my hairloss comes and goes. It'll grow back in, then shed back out.
Comment by Dawn on September 11, 2011 at 7:41pm
Hannah, my eyebrows thinned out after along with the right side of my head/hair after a rather bad bout of hives this past summer.

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