Blog — Allergy Advice

An Introduction to Neutral 0%

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An Introduction to Neutral 0%

WHO ARE NEUTRAL 0%? Neutral 0% has been creating skin friendly products for over 25 years in our homeland of Denmark. In Scandinavia, Neutral 0% is a household name which we are now bringing directly to the UK. We’re here to help you to take control of your sensitive skin. Our Objective Our objective is really simple – we want to empower you to take control of your skin’s condition. We know this is difficult in a world with many external factors – coping with stress, increased pollution and chemicals. It is not easy for an organ as sensitive as your...

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Tips to Help Reduce Child Skin Irritation in High-Risk Children

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Tips to Help Reduce Child Skin Irritation in High-Risk Children

High-risk children are children whose mother, father or older siblings have been diagnosed with an allergic reaction and therefore more at risk of child skin irritation. In this context, allergic reaction refers to asthma, hay fever, atopic dermatitis (infantile eczema) and food allergies which can cause a high-risk for child skin irritation. If you have a high-risk child, follow our tips below to help to reduce the risk of child skin irritation. You can start to help prevent allergic reactions by establishing a healthy indoor environment without smoke, moisture and dust. Breastfeeding and food In the UK, the NHS recommends...

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Eczema: Nine Things You Need To Know

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Eczema: Nine Things You Need To Know

ECZEMA… …it’s one of the most common health issues in the world. However, how many of us really understand eczema? Hence, here are a few things you should know if you or your family members suffer from the condition. Eczema isn’t actually a single health condition. But it is the result of one of at least 11 different skin conditions, with atopic dermatitis – or atopic eczema – being the most common. Atopic eczema often goes hand in hand with conditions like asthma and hayfever, all of which are inherited. Hence yep, you can probably blame your parents… The main...

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Nine Tips For Eczema In Children

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Nine Tips For Eczema In Children

Our guide to treating and managing eczema in children and babies, written in collaboration with parenting toolkit TantrumXYZ Eczema is a non-contagious dry skin condition which can be unbearably itchy, and cause the skin to rash, bleed or crust. In the UK, one in five children has eczema, but only one in 12 adults, which shows that it is often a condition they grow out of. In the meantime, here are some useful ways to help manage eczema in children. See you GP The first port of call should be your GP, who can discuss treatment options for eczema in...

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Baby Eczema: The Baby Photos You Don’t See On Instagram

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Baby Eczema: The Baby Photos You Don’t See On Instagram

TANTRUMXYZ EDITOR LISA WILLIAMS ASKS FOR SOME HONESTY ABOUT BABY ECZEMA “The picture below is a photo of my son when he was five months old. It’s a good photo, isn’t it? He’s enjoying himself in his doorway bouncer, he has a lovely smile on his face, and he’s wearing a very cute stripey babygro. But this photo didn’t see the light of day. The furthest it got was to my partner, to whom I sent it via a private WhatsApp message. I didn’t share it to Facebook, Instagram or even to a family WhatsApp group, which was set up...

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