How to Treat Eczema

Among various types of eczema, atopic dermatitis is one of the most persistent types to treat. Some may grow out of it eventually, but many others continue to have it throughout adulthood. There are numerous triggers that lead to atopic dermatitis flares, such as dry weather, stress, pollen, contact irritants, certain food like peanuts, eggs, etc. Therefore, it is important to know that even if treatment is successful, there may be flareups where the symptoms return after re-exposure to various triggers.  A simple trick or a quick fix may sound good, but not for such a complex and persistent skin condition.

Regardless of the types of eczema, the first line of treatment is to use a strong moisturizer frequently throughout the day. Click here to learn more about LEMYKA non-steroidal therapy creams for eczema. They are safe and effective for infants, toddlers, teens and adults. 

Eczema treatments may vary depending on where eczema occurs, i.e., face, hands, or body.