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Learn how to research the wording and ingredients on your personal and household product labels to make sure they’re safe for eczema skin.
We asked a doctor to separate fact from fiction when it comes to complementary and alternative treatments for moderate to severe eczema.
Getting your atopic dermatitis symptoms under control will be much easier if you take it step by step.
Oral systemic treatment baricitinib shows promise for atopic dermatitis in phase 2
In traditional Chinese Medicine, a combination of creams, baths, teas and pills, is used to calm the immune system in atopic dermatitis.
Dr. John Hanifin, renown dermatologist and expert on atopic dermatitis care, answers your questions about managing eczema.
How do we identify and eliminate irritants and allergens from the skin of patients with eczema? It’s really difficult, especially in kids who have bad eczema. And the reason that it’s hard is because our tests are very imperfect.
Can applying banana peel to the skin relieve eczema symptoms? One NEA community member found this unconventional application relieved his itching for hours! Three community members share how they used unexpected methods to ease eczema symptoms.
About 50% of patients with atopic dermatitis report having used alternative and complementary treatments. But what does complementary and alternative medicine mean? And how do you know which natural treatments work for eczema and which ones you should pass on?
“Sometimes it’s my job to tell people what they don’t want to hear. Sometimes there is no easy solution, no speciﬁc food you can avoid to fix this.”