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  • http://www.what-is-eczema.com/types-of-eczema.html Types Of Eczema - Working out which one of the types of eczema you have can help with the management and treatment of the condition. Symptoms can be similar, but the look and causes can be quite different
  • http://www.what-is-eczema.com/eczema-symptoms.html Eczema Symptoms - Learning what the Eczema Symptoms are will help you to recognise if you or your child have an outbreak. Recognising any condition will help you to manage and treat it
  • http://www.what-is-eczema.com/eczema-causes.html Eczema Causes - There are many Eczema Causes. They can trigger inflammation and a resulting flare-up. Finding out the things that irritate your skin is the start of better managing your eczema
  • http://www.what-is-eczema.com/eczema-treatments.html Eczema Treatments - Eczema Treatments are used to reduce inflammation and the accompanying symptoms. They help you manage your eczema. Lessening the worry and stress that having eczema can cause
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  • http://www.what-is-eczema.com/eczema-on-body.html Eczema On Body - As an eczema sufferer you may have eczema on body parts all over. Different parts may require differing treatments and ways to manage it. Learn more about how to deal with eczema on various body parts
  • http://www.what-is-eczema.com/atopic-disease.html Atopic Disease - An atopic disease is caused by an allergy. There are a number of ailments, called the atopic conditions. If you have one, its likely you will have another. They tend to be easily managed and treated
  • http://www.what-is-eczema.com/common-skin-diseases.html Common Skin Diseases - There are some common skin diseases that can sometimes be mistaken for eczema. It is important to get a quick diagnosis. Then the right treatment can be started, and the condition managed
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  • http://www.what-is-eczema.com/eczema-moisturizers.html Eczema Moisturizers - Eczema Moisturizers play a vital part I the treatment of eczema. They help protect the skin from further damage. This can help to reduce the recurrence of flare ups
  • http://www.what-is-eczema.com/atopic-dermatitis.html Atopic Dermatitis - The most common type of eczema is Atopic Dermatitis. Around 15 in every 100 children will have it at sometime. To be able to help your child, it helps to understand the condition
  • http://www.what-is-eczema.com/irritant-contact-dermatitis.html Irritant Contact Dermatitis - Irritant Contact Dermatitis is the most common of the two types of Contact Dermatitis. Anything can cause a reaction. Working out your triggers and the best treatments will help you manage it
  • http://www.what-is-eczema.com/dyshidrotic-eczema.html Dyshidrotic Eczema - Dyshidrotic Eczema doesn't have a known cause. In some people it is a reoccuring condition. With the right treatment it can be managed
  • http://www.what-is-eczema.com/nickel-allergy.html Nickel Allergy - A Nickel Allergy can be caused by many everyday items. Some you probably wouldn't even think of. To find out what contains it, how to reduce contact, and how to treat affected skin, read on
  • http://www.what-is-eczema.com/perfume-allergies.html Perfume Allergies - Perfume allergies can be a major irritation if you are an eczema sufferer. It can effect what you do and what products you can use. But there are ways that you can still use some fragranced products
  • http://www.what-is-eczema.com/pet-dander-allergy.html Pet Dander Allergy - Having a pet dander allergy can make being around animals stressful, especially if its your own pet. There are some things you can do to help make your home a better environment for your allergy
  • http://www.what-is-eczema.com/eczema-cream.html Eczema Cream - Eczema cream, well not just the cream. There‚Äôs also eczema ointment and eczema lotion. They all do the same job. The one you use depends on the body area affected, and the condition of your skin
  • http://www.what-is-eczema.com/topical-corticosteroids.html Topical Corticosteroids - Topical Corticosteroids are a first line treatment for eczema. They are used directly on the skin, and are used to reduce the symptoms of inflammation

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