Over-the-Counter (OTC) Treatments

While it’s important to talk with your dermatologist about your eczema, not all treatments need a prescription. Depending on the severity of your eczema, things like moisturizers, specially compounded topical vitamin preparations, and even meditation can help. Always remember to speak with your dermatologist before starting any type of treatment.
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Draw Your Itchy Skin a Homemade Oatmeal Bath...

Oatmeal baths have been a savior for itchy, dry skin for ages. Dermatologists also recommend the soaks to help find relief. Learn about the potential benefits an oatmeal bath can have for your skin and how to draw one up on your own.
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Top 12 Natural Remedies for Eczema

There are a number of natural remedies that may help manage eczema symptoms and contribute to relieving the dry, itchy skin that patients suffer with. Read ahead about some of the benefits these remedies may have and how they can be a part of your routine.
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Atopic Dermatitis Treatment Options

Finding a good treatment plan is essential for managing eczema symptoms. Over-the-counter (OTC) products, in addition to prescription medications and other alternative therapy methods, can help sufferers deal with symptoms. Read about how different options such as moisturizers like ointments, creams, and lotions, as well as other treatment options, can help alleviate symptoms for those living with eczema.
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