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Eczema is a chronic inflammatory skin condition that typically affects children and can persist into the adult years
Dr. Vivian Shi is a board-certified dermatologist and an Assistant Professor of Medicine in Dermatology at the University of Arizona where she directs the Eczema and Skin Barrier Specialty Clinic. She has extensive clinical and research experience in eczema and repair of the skin’s natural protective barrier. She also …
"With society's growing interest in natural remedies, Dermveda provides a great resource for my patients to access a holistic approach to their skin conditions. I really appreciate that it offers evidence based discussions of both Eastern and Western medicine, helping my patients understand and blend modern medicine with traditional techniques."
"Eczema is a complex disease caused by problems that stem from our body as well as our interactions with the environment. Despite being an ancient skin condition, we are still in the infancy of understanding its root causes. Integrative approaches allow us to utilize the best of all health disciplines to treat eczema."
"Dermveda effectively blends research, professional education and quality assurance for the well-being of patients and the ongoing support of practitioners."
"I follow Dermveda on Facebook and in one of their posts dermatologist and Dermveda advisor Dr. Raja Sivamani recommended that people with dry skin use soap sparingly or as-needed, rather than every day, to prevent their skin from drying out. With winter around the corner, I decided to try this with my two-year-old who struggles with dry skin. His skin definitely feels and looks healthier now than when I was scrubbing him down with baby wash daily!"
"Despite better understanding and new scientific advancements, eczema remains a humbling disease. There are so many factors that can play a role, and to some extent, it is only through a more holistic approach that we can grasp this unfortunate disease."