eczema care

**PAST EVENT** ‘Starting from Scratch’- a webinar on coping with eczema

By |2020-09-17T11:24:43+00:00August 25th, 2020|EOS News, Past Events|

Eczema is different for everyone and getting to grips with treatments can be challenging. We are delighted to welcome Dermatology Nurse Consultant Sandra Lawton to host a webinar on the different child eczema treatments and share what's new today. Joined by our Senior Family Support Worker, Cheryll Alomai, they’ll also be sharing some practical tips

Volunteer your time for EOS

By |2020-06-02T19:13:35+00:00June 2nd, 2020|EOS News|

Do you have some spare time and would like to give back to EOS? June 1-7 is Volunteers Week and the perfect time to launch Eczema Outreach Support's new volunteer programme. Helping Hands Volunteers Programme has three very different roles meaning whatever your skill set or available time, you could help. Admin Helping Hand –

Latest advice from the Scottish Government for people with eczema

By |2020-04-06T12:00:44+00:00April 6th, 2020|EOS News|

The Scottish Government has released advice and guidance for those with dermatological conditions including eczema during the COVID-19 pandemic. The advice is below, please note this is advice from the Scottish Government and only Scottish members should follow these guidelines.   Patient Information Leaflet - for people with dermatological conditions - updated 2 April 2020

*Past event* XY Club – Understanding Stress, Countdown to Calm event July 4th 2020

By |2020-08-11T09:27:59+00:00January 2nd, 2020|Past Events|

The next XY online event will take place on Zoom on Saturday 4th July at 11am. We are delighted to have a guest speaker along to help us understand more about stress and to share some strategies about how to handle the day to day stresses of being a young person and having  eczema.   Limited

Looking after your eczema at Xmas

By |2019-12-09T14:48:54+00:00December 9th, 2019|EOS News|

Christmas can be a tricky time  for eczema sufferers with lots of triggers at this time of year. Christmas jumpers are more popular than ever, with designs featuring tinsel and flashing reindeer noses. Often these jumpers are made from synthetic material that can be itchy for sensitive skin, choose pure cotton fabrics and ones without

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