Without a doubt, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Eczema is a skin condition that has itching, redness, and swelling. That is why it is crucial to know what triggers eczema so that you may lessen the flare ups. Take a look at the list below:


These are mites that live in house dust. These creatures are one of the most common eczema triggers. It’s advisable to vacuum frequently, wash beddings weekly, remove carpeting, replace curtains with blinds, and buy only washable stuffed toys.


While your furry friends make good playmates for your children, they do shed dander--minute particles that can cause allergies. Bathe and groom your pets regularly and frequently,vacuum your carpets and rugs.


Hot weather can lead to sweating, itchiness, and eczema flare ups. Keep the house well-ventilated and have your child wear airy cotton clothes all the time.


The harsh ingredients in soaps, bubble baths, and detergents may irritate or dry the skin. Avoid products that contain lanolin, paraben, and sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS).

One solution. Once a day. Should flare ups persist, it’s good to know there’s a medicine you can count on. Elica is specially formulated to help relieve the symptoms of eczema. Applied once a day, Elica helps stop the itching, takes out the redness, and eases the swelling to help bring back smooth, healthy skin.

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