Monthly Archives: July 2016


Red Skin Syndrome & the Sun

By | July 28th, 2016|Information on Red Skin Syndrome, Red Skin Syndrome Causes|

Red Skin Syndrome - Sun Exposure Much has been written about damage to the skin caused by sun exposure. Most Americans are fearful of every ray of sunshine because they worry that a new wrinkle or a skin cancer will develop from even the smallest amount of exposure. Are these concerns valid? The following evaluation [...]

Eczema and the National Eczema Association (NEA)

By | July 20th, 2016|Red Skin Syndrome Causes, Red Skin Syndrome Cures|

To all dermatologists, The June 2016 NEA report is a scathing indictment of your treatment protocols for your atopic patients. 86% report they were NOT satisfied with your treatment. 91% responded they think you do NOT know how to treat them. More than 56% have reported seeing up to 5 different doctors for their condition [...]

Topical Steroid Addiction (TSA) and Facebook

By | July 13th, 2016|Information on Red Skin Syndrome, Topical Steroid Withdrawal|

Blog 42 concerns Dr. Aron’s topical steroid homeopathic remedy and claims of cure for Red Skin Syndrome (RSS), the condition that results from overuse of topical corticosteroids. Advocates of Dr. Aron’s program stridently declare on Facebook that all patients who do not follow his treatment are misinformed and undergoing needless discomfort with steroid withdrawal. These [...]

Answer to Aron Advocates

By | July 7th, 2016|Information on Red Skin Syndrome, Red Skin Syndrome Cures|

The Aron forces are out in number and well versed in ranting and raving. Theirs is not well thought out science - just harmful ranting and raving. John Stuart Mill, a 19th century libertarian, would be proud of their defiant independent approach to self destruction. It is okay for them to continue in their [...]

Red Skin Syndrome – Dr. Aron’s Recipe is NO Cure

By | July 5th, 2016|Information on Red Skin Syndrome, Red Skin Syndrome Cures|

Dr. Aron’s promise of homeopathic “cure” requires intense scrutiny. The 3500 patients that I have seen had remarkably similar medical histories that began with eczema in childhood. My contention is that within months they became addicted to the topical corticosteroids that were typically prescribed. The redness, oozing from the skin, and the generalized erythema that [...]