Eczema is a non-contagious condition in which the skin is irritated, causing dryness, itching, and red rashes often coupled with a scaly surface. While it is more common in infants and young children, eczema can affect any age group and must be diagnosed by a dermatologist.
Although there is no cure, eczema can be controlled with proper treatment: always consult your dermatologist before using any skincare products. Discuss with him/her an effective skincare routine to help minimize discomfort and prevent flare-ups.
Continue reading to learn more about eczema, from symptoms and causes to tips on how to help relieve your skin. We understand that living with this condition can be stressful, so our Eczema Treatment Center breaks it down for you, from the basics to tips and a skincare regimen to help effectively treat this condition.
Learning About Eczema
What is Eczema? Find out what eczema is and who is more prone to either having or developing it.
Eczema Symptoms: Learn about the signs and symptoms of eczema, and learn about dry skin, dry patches, and “flare-ups.”
What Causes Eczema? Find out what the common causes of eczema are to prevent further irritation or future “flare-ups.”
Types of Eczema: A look into the most common types of eczema: Atopic, Adult, and Contact Eczema.
Controlling, Soothing, and Relieving Eczema
After you have a general knowledge of what eczema is, learn how to help treat your condition and prevent further irritation and future “flare-ups.”
Our Recommended Skincare Products: A comprehensive breakdown of our products most-suited for sensitive, eczema skin. Do remember to always consult your dermatologist before using any new skincare products!