Eczema | National Eczema Association | Symptoms | Types | Treatments | Research | Finding a Cure - Find out everything you need to know about the symptoms of eczema, available treatments and available resources through the National Eczema Association.

  • Varieties of Eczema | Types of Eczema | National Eczema Association - Eczema is a general term for any type of dermatitis or “itchy rash”. There are several skin diseases that are eczemas.
  • Dyshidrotic Eczema Treatment | National Eczema Association - Dyshidrotic eczema is a condition in which small blisters develop on the hands and feet. Blisters are often itchy.
  • Hand Eczema | Eczema on Hands | National Eczema Association - Hand eczema (also known as hand dermatitis) is a common condition affecting up to 10% of the population.
  • Contact Dermatitis | Contact Eczema | National Eczema Association - Contact dermatitis is a reaction that can occur when the skin comes in contact with certain substances, which can cause skin inflammation.
  • Neurodermatitis | National Eczema Association - Neurodermatitis, also known as lichen simplex chronicus, is an itchy skin disease similar to atopic dermatitis.
  • Nummular Eczema | National Eczema Association - Nummular eczema (also known as discoid eczema and nummular dermatitis) is a common type of eczema that can occur at any age.
  • Stasis Dermatitis | National Eczema Association - Stasis dermatitis is sometimes called venous stasis dermatitis because it arises when there is a problem with the veins.
  • Eczema Treatment | Treatments for Eczema | National Eczema Association - Learning more about eczema will help you understand it. You will learn how to treat you or your child's symptoms and flares.
  • Moisturizing | Best Cream for Eczema | National Eczema Association - There is no cure for eczema, but good daily skin care is essential to controlling the disease.
  • Bathing with Eczema | Eczema Baths | National Eczema Association - Eczema is a chronic recurring skin disorder that results in dry, easily irritated, itchy skin.
  • Immunosuppressant Treatment | National Eczema Association - Eczema is not fully understood and appears to be composed of multiple subtypes that may be distinct diseases.
  • Topical Calcineurin Inhibitors | Non Steroidal Treatment | National Eczema Association - There are two topical prescription eczema drugs that do not contain steroids called TCIs.
  • Topical Corticosteroids | National Eczema Association - Topical steroids are an important part of the treatment plan for most people with eczema.
  • Infant and Toddler Eczema | Baby Eczema | National Eczema Association - Eczema usually starts within the first five years of life, most often in the first six months.
  • Triggers of Eczema | Causes of Eczema | National Eczema Association - The exact cause of eczema is unknown. There are many triggers that can cause eczema to flare or get worse.
  • Living With Eczema | National Eczema Association - Living with eczema can be an ongoing challenge for both patients and family members.
  • Eczema Experiences | Eczema Stories | National Eczema Association - The following people have graciously shared their personal experiences living with eczema.
  • Support for Eczema | Get Support | National Eczema Association - As part of NEA's mission to provide support, they offer a variety of programs and services to the eczema community.
  • Eczema Support Network and Community | National Eczema Association - The NEA Support Network is connecting individuals and families in their communities.
  • How your lifestyle affects your eczema - There are many things that can affect eczema. What you eat, how much exercise you get and your home and work environment can either help or worsen your eczema.
  • Laundry Care Tips for People with Eczema and Sensitive Skin - In addition to the fabrics themselves, the products you use to care for them can potentially cause a reaction with your skin.

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