Allergy, Asthma, Immunology of Delaware
Nasheds, PA          Maher Nashed MD

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Skin Allergy and Eczema

​Probiotics and Eczema

Probiotics may decrease itch in aduts with eczema
Antipruritic effects of the probiotic strain LKM512 in adults with atopic dermatitis.
Conclusion
LKM512 administration may exert antipruritic effects by increasing KYNA production. LKM512 could therefore be a potentially effective therapeutic candidate for the reduction of pruritus.
Stomach infection (H. Pylori) and Eczema
Early life exposure to H. pylori may play a protective role in the development of allergy.
Original Article-Epidemiology of Allergic Disease
Exposure to Helicobacter pylori infection in early childhood and the risk of allergic disease and atopic sensitization: a longitudinal birth cohort study

Stomach Infection and Eczema

Breast Milk and Eczema

Breast milk IgA protects against atopic dermatitis (Eczema)
  It is reported in Clinical & Experimental Allergy, there is an inverse association between soluble IgA in breast milk (n=610) collected 2 months postpartum and the development of atopic dermatitis (Eczema)

Soy Milk and Skin

Do you know that when using Soy moisturing agent on the skin, improvement in the skin tone, texture, and radiance, as well as a significant increase in skin luminosity was demonstrated.
cutis vol 82, no 6S, 2008

Eczema Skin Care

​​Skin Care for Eczema/Dry skin
Skin care starts with cleansing.
Avoid drying soaps or harsh detergents. The average pH level (acidity or alkaline) of soap is 9 to 10. The skin’s normal pH level is 4 to 5. Because of this difference, soap increases the skin’s pH to an undesirable level and can worsen eczema symptoms.
It is best to use a non-soap cleanser because they are usually free of sodium lauryl sulfate.
When bathing or showering, avoid using anything that will scrape the skin, such as a washcloth, sponge, or loofah.
Do not use bubble bath.
Pat skin dry rather than rub.
Moisturize immediately after bathing/showering to seal in moisture.