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Cardiospermum is a natural ‘cortisone’ for eye eczema

  Eye eczema is an increasingly common skin condition due to eye cosmetics worn daily by millions of women. Normal eczema is usually caused by an underlying genetic predisposition to eczema. However, eye eczema is mostly contact eczema from cosmetics as well as eye products typically used to prevent ageing. Many women who develop eye […]

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Conceal Dry irritated and itchy eyes with new Dry Eye Concealer

  Concealing while not further inflaming dry and irritated skin around the eyes is a problem, but a solution is now at hand in the form of new Dry Eye Concealer Eczema, dermatitis and irritation around the eyes is very common and is often triggered by contact allergies from cosmetics, contact lens solution,  chlorine in […]

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How to avoid Hay fever Hell

This year has been a mild winter so the hay fever allergy season is set to start early, so for the 27% of us who suffer this Spring allergy, brace yourselves! And just because you have not got it yet, doesn’t mean you wont. Hay fever can develop at any age and more middle-aged people […]

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What causes eye eczema?

Eye Eczema is more common than normal eczema, according to the latest figures, and is more common among middle age women than any other age group due to decades of wearing cosmetics and using eye make up removers. Atopic eye dermatitis is the umbrella term for all types of eye eczema and eye dermatitis. However […]

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Does rosacea make your eyelids red & itchy?

If you suffer from rosacea but also experience red, dry, itchy and inflamed eyelids. Then it’s likely that you have a little-known condition called rosacea-associated blepharitis This eye condition is common in people with rosacea. Often the two conditions are not associated with each other by doctors. The rosacea-associated blepharitis occurs because the oil glands […]

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New Serum re-grows thinning or flaky eyebrows

Thin eyebrows from over-plucking or eyebrow loss from conditions such as eye eczema or eyebrow dermatitis are a common problem. Over-plucking eyebrows is an easy mistake to make, and yet in many cases it’s a mistake that can effect you for the rest of your life as eyebrows do not always grow back. [quote] In addition […]

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