Food is a huge part of your family’s life. You make it a point to set aside time each night, regardless of everyone’s schedule, to share dinner together and catch up on the day. But if you have a child who deals with eczema, things may be a little bit different in terms of what you can prepare. Contrary to popular belief, foods are not a direct cause of atopic dermatitis. Skin experts confirm, however, that some food allergies can make symptoms worse. Children with eczema tend to be allergic to dairy products, nuts, and shellfish, to name a few. That said, let’s not focus on what your son or daughter can’t eat. Instead, let’s look at what they can eat! Here are some of our favorite eczema-friendly recipes from Pinterest:
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Using soft tape, measure around the head just above the ears, across the forehead to determine circumference.
TEWLTect smart fabric has a generous amount of stretch.
Using soft tape, measure around your head, from the center of your forehead, keeping tape straight and parallel to the floor. Measure around the fullest part.
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