If you suffer from eczema, you might think that the woes of winter and skin go hand in hand.
Skin prone to eczema does not have the natural barrier that helps protect the skin from irritants and bacteria while retaining moisture. This makes the situation very sensitive all year round, but the cold and dry weather and all that relates to it (endless hand washing! Heavy sweaters!) Can often aggravate the situation.
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Here is what can cause your eczema outbreak: