Caring for Your Eczema

Treating and managing your eczema can involve home remedies, over-the-counter creams and ointments, medical treatments, plus support from the eczema community. Information about all this and more is now at your fingertips. We can even direct you in finding a dermatologist who specializes in eczema in your area.*

Dermatologist with patient

What are my eczema treatment options?

When it comes to medical treatments for eczema, you have options. The information in this section can help you have an informed discussion with your dermatologist, so you can get the treatment you need.
Learn about different medical treatments
Hand holding over the counter eczema cream

Can over-the-counter (OTC) products and home remedies help?

Many options that can provide some symptom relief can be found at your local pharmacy, grocery store, or even in your own home.
Explore OTC treatments
Couple riding bikes outside

Can lifestyle changes help?

While lifestyle changes alone may not be enough to control your eczema, they may help with some symptoms, and may decrease the risk of “flares.”
Lifestyle changes that can help
*Disclaimer: All articles found on or throughout eczema.com are sourced from publicly available articles. You should always discuss any information and/or new treatments with your doctor before trying them. All imagery throughout eczema.com are for illustrative purposes only. These are not actual patients.