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Suffer From Eczema? Check Out EpiCeram!

Group Of Young Children Running Along Path In Autumn Forest

I’ve partnered with EpiCeram for this post. All opinions are my own.

The kids are back in school now and the stores and full of cider, pumpkins, and crisp red apples. While it’s still 80 degrees at my house today, I know that fall is just around the corner. The beauty of the fall foliage is unmatched. I love to go hiking through the woods with my family this time of the year. Yet for many, including my husband Orin, the threat of eczema flair-ups puts a damper on the season.

Although I’ve never personally dealt with the frustration of eczema, Orin gets it on his knees and elbows throughout the year, and I know it makes him feel downright miserable sometimes. We’ve noticed it tends to get worse as the weather cools down. It’s just one more reason why we hate to see summer coming to an end.

Did you know that one of the primary flare-ups for eczema is thermoregulation? That’s a big word that really just means that your flare-ups are caused by the body being subjected to sudden climate changes both indoors and outside. The cooler outside air has less humidity, drying out your skin, resulting in in flare-ups. Turning on your heaters will also drop humidity levels indoors, which will further aggravate eczema.

If you or your child have eczema or atopic dermatitis and don’t want to miss out on the fun at the pumpkin patch this fall, there’s an FDA-approved topical prescription cream you need to check out: EpiCeram.

EpiCeram is a leading prescription product that has the ability to help repair and heal the skin barrier through a unique mode-of-action different from other medications and eczema treatments. Only EpiCeram contains the skin’s natural level of 3 essential lipids, such as ceramides, cholesterol and free fatty acids, which are reduced in patients with eczema or atopic dermatitis. EpiCeram is steroid-free, fragrance-free, noncomedogenic, paraben-free, and propylene glycol-free.


This year, I’m going to have Orin talk to our family doctor about EpiCeram. I think it could make a big difference for him, especially since the kids are already talking about all of the activities they want to do this fall. I know he doesn’t want to miss out on any of the fun.

If you or a loved one has eczema, don’t suffer another season with itchy skin. EpiCeram is available by prescription only, so talk to your doctor today! Check their website for a money-saving coupon too!

Leanee Marsh

Thursday 15th of September 2016

Oh my gosh! Answer to my prayers right now! I wonder how much it runs with my insurance!