The Eczema Podcast S1E3: Acupuncture, Oils & Eczema Tips with Dr Peter Lio




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– In this episode, I’m incredibly excited because I interview Dr. Peter Lio, who’s a Doctor & Clinical Assistant Professor at Northwestern University. He received his medical degree (and internship) at Harvard Medical School, and he serves on the Scientific Advisory Board for the National Eczema Association. He also co-founded the Chicago Integrative Eczema Center, which blends traditional medicine with alternative medicine.

This is one of my favourite interviews because Dr. Peter Lio is so full of passion and knowledge about eczema. I learned so much just from interviewing him!

In this episode, we cover:
-How acupuncture can help eczema
-Why acupuncture may not help eczema in some cases
-Why bathing can actually be beneficial in some cases of eczema
-How to bathe properly
-What types of oils are good for your skin
-Why olive oil may not be so good for your skin
-How to deal with eczema in babies and toddlers
-Why people get eczema for the first time
-The hardest and easiest people to treat
-What happens to people with eczema in the long term

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Disclaimer: These opinions are not meant to substituted as medical advice. Please consult your medical practitioner for more medical advice.


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