Much of the time Atopic Dermatitis or Eczema is manageable, particularly with a strict, consistent, and healthy skin routine. Self-Care, as well as different medications, can be very effective in getting rid of this chronic skin disorder. As each individual is different, so the intensity of flare up and the medicines provided to the patients may vary in every context. Caring for eczema can be a time intensive and stressful process. Our goal is to provide tips and tricks that can help you effectively care for your eczema, using natural, holistic, and medicinal techniques recommended by dermatologists, allergists, and other specialists from various fields.
Serborrheic Dermatitis Scalp Or Scalp Eczema Seborrheic dermatitis or dandruff is one of the most common type of eczema that makes the scalp’s skin, face and upper torso red, dry, itchy, scaly and flaky. Similar to other types of eczema, […]