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4 Ways Seasonal Changes Affect Your Eczema

Transitions are hard. If you’re one of the 31 million people living with eczema, for example, you know how challenging it can be to keep your skin flare-free when transitioning between seasons. Going from spring to summer comes with a lot more humidity, which makes skin sweatier, redder, and itchier. Winter comes with dry indoor heat that does atopic dermatitis no favors whatsoever … and there are plenty of other seasonal changes that can negatively affect eczema, but they don’t have to. How do you go from season to season with few or no eczema flares? Let us explain.

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