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Eczema On Face
Good Skin Hygiene: Apply fragrance-free moisturizer like Vanicream 1-2 times per day. For eczema flares apply prescription strength corticosteroid ointments to problem areas twice a day until clear (low dose for face, higher dose to body). Wet dressings (wet wraps) at night with Aquaphor, phototherapy, and chlorine baths 2-3 times per week if eczema is more severe. See Allergist for more details. ...Read more
Yes: Continue to apply the oil to your affected areas twice a day. ...Read more
Is there any relationship between masturbation and decreasing vision, eczema on face or body strength?Please aware me fully about the effects on body?
Only in excess: If it interferes with normal social activities or relationships, then it could be a problem. Otherwise it is usually not harmful. ...Read more
I have small pimples all over my face and eczema. My face feel hot and itching sometimes. How can I cure my pimples and eczema?
Eczema on face caused dark circles around my eyes. Will it naturally go? Will applying milk around eyes make the dark circles lighter?
Eczema on face & stomach cramps come after eating kefir & ice cream. Cheese only cause constipation. Could I be allergic to dairy with diff symptoms?
Not an allergy: Stomach cramps suggest lactose intolerance (LI) which develops when the small intestine does not make enough lactase, the enzyme needed to digest the lactose found in dairy products. Symptoms include nausea, diarrhea, cramps, bloating & gas. Your icon suggests you are black; LI is much more common in those of African descent. Limit lactose containing foods and try lactase enzymes or drops. ...Read more
Eczema on face: Try to identify the triggers, and eliminate them. Some common triggers are soaps, detergents, milk and eggs. In general, topical steroids are not recommended on the face, but if the eczema is very bad, you could apply a very thin layer of Hydrocortisone 0.5%. It's always prudent to take your child to a pediatrician. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See a dermatologist: Eczema on the face is common among babies but much less common as you grow older. It is very common to see extensive eczema sparing the face. Consider yourself fortunate that at least it is not on your face. Eczema is best treated by a dermatologist, not an allergist. Usually it is not an allergy. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Baby eczema: Baby eczema is usually a result of mommy hormones that cross the placenta into baby. It generally runs its course in a matter of months. Moisturizer is usually sufficient. If you are worried, it's off to your neighborhood kid-friendly dermatologist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer