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Treatments for atopic dermatitis (eczema)

People may find their atopic dermatitis, or eczema, challenging to treat. However, there are many treatments and home remedies that can reduce itching, cracked skin, inflammation, and infections.Atopic dermatitis is a skin condition that…

Eczema on the lips: Causes and treatment

Eczema on the lips, also called lip dermatitis or eczematous cheilitis, causes a characteristic redness, drying, and scaling of the lips.Eczema refers to a group of skin conditions that can cause itchy rashes, cracked skin, and painful…

How to stop eczema itching at night

Eczema symptoms often get worse at night and interrupt or delay sleep. Medications, wet wraps, medicated baths, and other methods can help people with eczema to get a good night's rest.Eczema, or dermatitis, is a skin condition that causes…

Can bleach baths help treat eczema?

Diluted bleach baths may improve eczema symptoms by killing harmful bacteria on the skin. This can reduce the risk of infection and inflammation.Eczema causes the skin to crack and break open, increasing the risk of skin infections. Some…

What to know about ear eczema

Eczema can appear anywhere on the body, including the outside of the ear or inside the ear canal.People with ear eczema may notice dry, flaky skin in or around their ears. This symptom may develop after contact with specific triggers, such…

What to know about radiation dermatitis

Radiation dermatitis is one of the side effects of cancer treatment radiotherapy that people experience most often.Also known as radiodermatitis, it happens when radiation therapy damages the outer layers of a person's skin. An estimated 95…

How to use coconut oil for eczema

Coconut oil is a natural moisturizer. Many people with eczema find that it soothes the skin and relieves symptoms such as dryness and itchiness.The main symptoms of eczema are patches of dry, itchy, and scaly skin that may crack and bleed.…

How to identify a chlorine rash

The chlorine in swimming pools can cause a rash in some people. Chlorine rash may be confused with swimmer's itch or heat rash.Chlorine rashes happen after exposure to the chemical. It is not possible to be allergic to chlorine, but one…

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