Lyric. Age: 32.
No lab test is needed to identify atopic dermatitis eczema. Your doctor will likely make a diagnosis by examining your skin and reviewing your medical history. He or she may also use patch testing or other tests to rule out other skin diseases or identify conditions that accompany your eczema. If you suspect a certain food caused your child's rash, tell the doctor and ask about identifying potential food allergies.
Daleyza. Age: 22.
The Best Ways to Cope With Eczema on Your Face, According to Dermatologists
Atopic Dermatitis is a very common, chronic skin disease that affects adults, children and babies. Skin on the face and body is very dry and irritable. It is important for sufferers to protect skin during inactive phases to prolong the periods between active phases. In other words, it is an inflammatory illness — and one that is becoming increasingly prevalent, particularly in the Western world.
Montserrat. Age: 23.
Your first instinct when you see a scary eczema patch spreading across your face might be to go on a selfie hiatus—stat. Or at least get really creative with your angles. But it doesn't have to be that way.
Back to Atopic eczema. Treatments for atopic eczema can help to ease the symptoms. There's no cure, but many children find their symptoms naturally improve as they get older.