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Eczema Treatment Cream
There is not one but: Eczema is not treated with only one cream, we use different potency of steroid creams for different parts of body and duration of treatment.All strength creams are available in india there are also Elidel (pimecrolimus) and [protopic creams, which are not steroids and are available in india may be under different brand name. ...Read more
Why has my eczema gone all of a sudden? Cleared up, with no cream or special treatment applied. Was it the temperature change that caused this orr possibly just coincidence?
Are there any new treatments in the works for eczema? What is the most effective treatment other than a medicated steroid cream.
I suffer seborrheic eczema especially in the face. Ketoisdin cream i was prescribed. I wonder if there is any other alternative treatment.
Head eczema meds: You can try derma-smoothe scalp oil. Cream tends not to work well in the hairy area where the medication can't reach the affected skin. Apply with a tooth brush and leave it over night until the rashes go away. If it does not, please see a doctor since it might be something else and not eczema. ...Read more
I have been told I have eczema but I have tried all kinds of creams and ointments even shots, is there any type of natural treatment I can try inst?
ECZEMA: Eczema care begins in infancy. Babies develop eczema from food allergy. So it is introduce one by one to know the allergen. As the child grow up, there are environmental triggers that cause eczema.The moisturizers help the skin before applying steroid cream.Oatmeal baths are helpful.Allergy specialist can advise, do intradermal tests and shots to help pinpoint triggers. ...Read more
Please see: Please see dermatologist for evaluation and to discuss treatment options. ...Read more
Treatment resistant hand eczema. Creams are not working, and skin on fingers is very thick, I am ashamed of my hands and hide them in public now!
Is there any medicine can cure eczema and is there any cream or ointment that can remove the dark pigments caused by eczema?
No cure for eczema: But topical steroids can help a lot. For the hyperpigmentation, there are bleaching creams, but they can also irritate, especially if you have eczema. The best way is to control the underlying eczema, and the dark spots will eventually fade. See a dermatologist to make sure that your skin condition is nothing more serious. ...Read more
Vanos: Vanos is a class 1 steroid used for steroid responsive dermatosis like eczema and psoriasis. Being a class 1 steroid, this cream should be used intermittently and not long term. Long term use can cause thinning of the skin an stretch marks. We tell our patients to use vanos twice a day for two weeks then rest one week and repeat if necessary. Do not use on the face. ...Read more