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Clothing

Clothing

Postby Pam » Mon Nov 11, 2002 3:30 pm

Does anyone know where to get 100% cotton scarfs.
Pam
 

Re: Clothing

Postby SarahG » Tue Nov 20, 2007 4:13 pm

Hi!
I know that Cotton Comfort sell a range of specialist eczema garments for babies and children, but I am looking to extend this and have developed a specialist range of my own with a wide choice of colours, designs etc. I am now conducting my market resarch to see if it would be a viable project and would be really grateful for anyones thoughts, ideas or comments on this subject. I know from personal experience the eczema clothing is a godsend and I am hoping that a new and improved range will appeal to parents of babies and young children who suffer with the neverending itch/scrach cycle.
SarahG
 

Re: Clothing

Postby Donna » Mon Aug 23, 2010 9:00 pm

I am ready to buy mens office pants. Tropic weight. No dark dyes. Thank you
Donna
 

Re: Clothing

Postby Staysha » Wed Nov 30, 2011 4:46 am

That's going to make things a lot eaiesr from here on out.
Staysha
 

Re: Clothing

Postby julz » Sun Jan 15, 2012 4:59 am

My son in law is working out in Chinchilla in the heat and his eczema flairs up. Anyone know where we can get a silk undergarment, like a long sleeve pullover shirt to go under his work clothes to protect his arms. We live on the Gold Coast.
julz
 

Re: Clothing

Postby Juako » Sun Apr 22, 2012 4:15 am

First to go to www. lupus. org and to learn on the disease. Secondly, spoiuspng that you are in the United States (that does not say to us where you live or your mother) to go to . rheumatology. org/and selects To look for a user. Your mother must be treated by a rheumatologist. Period.
Juako
 

Re: Clothing

Postby Gonzalo » Tue Jun 05, 2012 1:24 am

this is just an idea, if you wear tight lycra, spandex or other mireofibrcs the fabric stays in place. if it does not move it won't make you itchy.-blurey
Gonzalo
 

Re: Clothing

Postby Auth » Mon Jul 16, 2012 6:00 am

if just depends on the porsen and everything. because you don't loose weight from just one spot, it loses from all over, so i lost 25 lbs with exercising and eating right and i only went down one size. it just depends. and if you lift weights, you may weigh more because your building muscle, but it will be firmer and wont be flabby like fat. so don't always measure things in terms of pounds because it can be very misleading.
Auth
 

Re: Clothing

Postby theneil » Tue Oct 23, 2012 5:32 am

Does anyone know were to get anti scratch clothing for night time for adults.
theneil
 
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