How Eczema & Dry Skin Can Affect Your Child's Sleep

How Eczema & Dry Skin Can Affect Your Child's Sleep

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910 people with eczema suffer from sleep problems

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14 of their night is spent scratching

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-1 hour of sleep per night

Eczema in children can have a significant impact on their quality of life. Multiple studies have shown that 87% feel irritated or have mood swings after a bad night of sleep. It can also decrease concentration and cause restlessness the whole day after as well as impaired psychosocial functioning at school or work.

To help improve your child’s eczema & dry skin:

  1. Follow these simple tips
  2. Use products that help with dry skin

SOLUTIONS FOR ECZEMA & DRY SKIN

Clinically proven to relieve dry, rough skin. Improves sleep quality.

Lipikar Balm AP Moisturizer for Dry Skin

Clinically shown to help relieve itchy, irritated skin.

Lipikar Eczema Cream
Sources : Impact of Atopic Dermatitis on Health-Related Quality of Life in Spanish Children and Adults: The PSEDA Study, 323 patients
Disease severity, scratching, and sleep quality in patients with atopic dermatitis, Bruce G Bender, 20 patients