Different solutions work for different people when it comes to getting relief from eczema itching.
Eczema cannot be cured, so it's important to work closely with your doctor to come up with a plan that will help you manage symptoms when they arise.
If you have eczema, you may be eager to see if changing your diet can improve things. How helpful would this be?
Discoid eczema is a type of eczema causing coin-shaped, disc or oval shaped, red, itchy, cracked and swollen patches on the skin.
Pompholyx, also known as dyshidrotic eczema or foot and hand eczema, is a form of eczema characterised by very small blisters forming on hands, fingers or feet.
Seborrhoeic keratoses (seborrhoeic keratosis) are usually wart-like, rough textured growths on the skin varying in colour from dark brown or black to light brown.
Keratosis pilaris is a common skin condition causing rough bumpy skin, sometimes described as 'chicken skin' or goose bumps that don't go away.
When you have eczema, your skin is more susceptible to irritation, so it's important to know which products and circumstances can soothe your skin as well as the ones that can irritate it.
People who have eczema should take care when choosing cosmetics, sunscreens and other toiletries to avoid irritating their skin and triggering a flare-up.
Eczema can have many triggers, from dust mites to stress, Learn more.
Around one in five children in the UK has eczema and in eight out of 10 cases, atopic eczema occurs before the age of five. Many children outgrow it before reaching school age.
Eczema is term for a group of medical conditions that cause the skin to become inflamed or irritated. Learn about the causes, symptoms, treatment, and prevention of eczema here.
Red, crusty eczema patches can be common on a baby's skin. The look of the skin can be a great concern for parents. However, symptoms can be treated and many babies do outgrow their newborn eczema.
Atopic eczema, also known as atopic dermatitis, but usually just called eczema is a long-term condition causing itchy, red, dry and cracked patches of skin.
From nummular eczema to atopic dermatitis, learn more about the different types of eczema.
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