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Help For Eczema Skin Condition

Eczema is a chronic inflammation of the outer layers of the skin. It is most common in infants and children, but it can also occur in adults. Eczema is not contagious. The exact cause of this skin condition is unknown. Factors that may contribute to the condition include: genetics, environment, allergies, stress (especially if it leads to scratching), frequent washing of affected areas, use of rubber gloves in persons sensitivity to latex, and scratching or rubbing of skin. 

Buy Low Drugs online pharmacy carries brand name and generic drugs and is staffed by caring healthcare professionals who are happy to help address all your medical concerns and make it easy to order and buy prescription drugs online... we have medications that can ease the pain caused by this condition. Symptoms of eczema vary from person to person. Scratching and rubbing can cause, or worsen, some of the symptoms, which include:

  • Dry, itchy skin
  • Cracks behind the ears or in other skin creases
  • Rashes on the cheeks, arms, and legs
  • Red, scaly skin
  • Thick, leathery skin
  • Small, raised bumps on the skin
  • Crusting, oozing, cracking, or scaling of the skin
  • Worsening in the winter, when inside air is dry due to central heating

 

The main goals of treatments for this skin condition are to:

  • Heal the skin and keep it healthy
  • Stop scratching or rubbing
  • Avoid skin infection
  • Prevent flare-ups
  • Learn to avoid scratching

 

Treatment options may vary and your doctor may recommend more than one depending on your condition. They include: skin care, avoid hot or long (15 minutes or more) baths or showers, use mild bar soap or nonsoap cleanser, air-dry or gently pat dry after bathing and apply gentle moisturizer immediately, treat skin infections immediately, and medications including prescription creams and ointments containing cortisone, tacrolimus, or pimecrolimus, antibiotics applied directly to the skin or taken by mouth-only for treating infections, and prescription or over-the-counter antihistamines to help prevent itching.

 

 


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