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Types of Eczema

Types of Eczema

There are at least 11 unrelated skin diseases that produce eczemas, as eczema actually refers to any type of dermatitis or “itchy rash.” All types of eczema cause itching and redness. Blistering, scaling and cracking are also common eczema symptoms. Eczema typically...

Eczema Frequently Asked Questions

Eczema Frequently Asked Questions

Are you looking for answers to frequently asked questions about eczema? Find answers below to some common questions about eczema, eczema treatments, and resources for more information about eczema.[dipl_faq_page_schema first_item_active="on"...

What is Red Light Therapy?

What is Red Light Therapy?

Though it is has been in existence for nearly six decades and used in other applications, such as by astronauts to grow plants in space, red light therapy is now being explored as a non-invasive way to treat a number of skin conditions, including eczema and psoriasis....

Eczema Statistics

Eczema Statistics

Prevalence 31.6 million Americans are estimated to have symptoms of eczema, including 17.8 million with symptoms of atopic dermatitis. Worldwide, about 20 percent of children and up to 3 percent of the adult population have some form of eczema. Those who live in...

Eczema Triggers

Eczema Triggers

Knowledge is power: here’s how to treat and minimize eczema flare-ups. Although what causes eczema, or dermatitis, is still unknown, what we do know is that the condition can be triggered by environmental factors like skin irritants, allergens, microbes, hot or cold...