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Treatment for eczema


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Treatment for eczema

  2. 2. Treatment For Eczema Eczema, or atopic dermatitis, is a skin condition that appears as a flaky, scaly, and red patch. This condition is characterized by scaling, itching, and burning of the skin. Eczema is usually located on the elbows, face, arms, and knees.
  3. 3. Treatment For Eczema The treatments for eczema are more or less the same for all types of eczema. Your doctor will usually prescribe an emollient to moisturize the skin. However, if the skin is inflamed, a topical corticosteroid is applied to reduce inflammation.
  4. 4. Treatment For Eczema Emollients are used as treatment of eczema. These are non-cosmetic moisturizers that come in the form of ointments, creams, gels and lotions. They help the skin to be more comfortable and less itchy.
  5. 5. Treatment For Eczema Creams have a mixture of water and fat and they feel light and cool to the skin. Because of this, many eczema sufferers prefer creams for daily use. Ointments have no preservatives. However, they can be greasy and some people may find them unacceptable for cosmetic reasons.
  6. 6. Treatment For Eczema Their true power is that they trap water in the skin. Soap substitute are acceptable in the treatment of eczema as they do not dry your skin out, unlike soap.
  7. 7. Treatment For Eczema Emollient soap substitutes do not foam but they do the job of soap well. Substitutes may be applied before showering, bathing, or washing, or even when you are in the swimming pool.
  8. 8. Treatment For Eczema If you suffer from eczema, you must avoid bubble baths as they dry the skin and are potential irritants. It is advisable to bathe everyday, but only use emollient bath oils instead of bubble baths.
  9. 9. Treatment For Eczema As finding the right emollient to use is trial and error, it is safe to use the emollient that is used on children. Topical corticosteroids are also used in the treatment of eczema.
  10. 10. Treatment For Eczema There are also some natural treatments for eczema, and a lot of sufferers attest to the effectiveness of those natural eczema therapies.
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