This blog explores the photocontact eczema condition and its triggers. Clothing can be difficult to find for those who experience photocontact eczema, as it needs to be highly sensitive, soft, breathable and gentle on the skin. Solbari has developed a sensitive fabric range for those with skin conditions including photocontact eczema.
This blog describes the most common forms of eczema which is also known as dermatitis. The different types of eczema mentioned include: atopic eczema, seborrheic eczema, contact eczema, stasis eczema, dyshidrotic eczema and nummular eczema. Solbari has developed a sensitive fabric range for those impacted by eczema.
This blog outlines what is eczema clothing. Eczema clothing should utilise natural fibres that are soft on the skin to minimise irritation. Eczema clothing should be light and breathable help regulate body temperature in both hot and cold conditions. Lastly eczema clothing should offer excellent UPF sun protection.
This blog describes what eczema is, what causes it, how it appears on the skin and how many people are impacted by eczema globally. Eczema is a skin condition which results in inflammation and irritation of the skin. Solbari has developed a sensitive fabric to help those affected by eczema manage their skin condition.
This blog outlines which fabric types are best suited to those with chronic skin conditions including psoriasis, lupus and eczema. Natural fabrics including cotton and bamboo are considered the best for irritable, sensitive skin. These fabrics are the best because they are soft and they help regulate body temperature.