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What do you recommend for eczema around the eyes?

What do you recommend for eczema around the eyes?

Facial eczema: Generally speaking, steroid creams should be avoided on the face to avoid thinning and premature wrinkles. First be sure this lesion is not the result of harsh chemicals. Revaluate your beauty regimen carefully, try Nizoral (ketoconazole) cream first. If it fails, use 0.05% topicort cream for the shortest possible time. Finally, consult a drmatologist. ...Read more

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I have eczema around my eyes and the dermatologist recommended a mild steroid, does it cause wrinkles?

I have eczema around my eyes and the dermatologist recommended a mild steroid, does it cause wrinkles?

No: No, but is houd be used only for a few days in this area. This may represent contact allergy which needs to be identified. Discuss patch testing to identify offending chemicals. ...Read more

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I have eczema around my eyes and the dermatologist recommended a mild steroid, does steroid cause wrinkles?

I have eczema around my eyes and the dermatologist recommended a mild steroid, does steroid cause wrinkles?

Maybe: However, untreated contact dermatitis can cause similar problems. As long as it is a very mild steroid cream and is only used for a few days, it should be no significant problem. Btw, eyelid dermatitis is usually caused by fingernail polish in women. ...Read more

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How to help with eczema around the eyes (dark circles) ?

How to help with eczema around the eyes (dark circles) ?

Dark skin not eczema: Dark skin around the eyes or usually under the eyes is a normal finding. Usually from tiredness, stress or genetic. Eczema on the other hand is a different condition. ...Read more

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How do you help with eczema around the eyes(dark circles) ?

Mild steroid: ...Cream for the eczema. Nothing can be done for dark circles. ...Read more

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Aside from coconut oil, what is the best over-the-counter lotion or eye cream for eczema around the eyes?

Aside from coconut oil, what is the best over-the-counter lotion or eye cream for eczema around the eyes?

Eye care: Eye is very delicate organ and the skin around it is,too. If you are really having Eczema please talk to your PMD for help. If you need OTC eye care to decrease wrinkle then different products are available depending on your budget. ...Read more

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What cream or medicine is safe to use under my eyes for an eczema break out?

What cream or medicine is safe to use under my eyes for an eczema break out?

Cream: You can try cetaphil cream first. This is over the counter. If it does not work, you can try a steroid cream such as aristocort, (triamcinolone) but be aware that it may cause secondary cataracts or glaucoma. If the eczema persists, see your local dermatologist. ...Read more

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I have dark circles around my eyes. I also have eczema problem. Is this a cause of my dark circles? What should I do? Help I am worried

I have dark circles around my eyes. I also have eczema problem. Is this a cause of my dark circles? What should I do?  Help I am worried

Dark circle: you could be having allergies that is making you breath from your mouth making you have dark circles. Treat your allergies with loratidine or cetrezine and see how it works ...Read more

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Can you have eczema in your eyes?

Can you have eczema in your eyes?

No: You cannot have eczema on the eyeball itself, but you can have eczema on the eyelids. You would treat it the same as eczema elsewhere, by using moisturizers. If you have eczema, you are atopic, which means that you are also at risk for allergies in your eyes, which you could treat with topical antihistamines. ...Read more

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How can you control eczema around your eyes?

How can you control eczema around your eyes?

Emoolients: Over the counter creams such as aquaphor can help. In addition you may need topical medications. Typically steroids are used , but the used of steroids around the eye should be limited to a few days only. It is imporaant to determine that there are no contact allergies which could be avoided. If necessary, pro topic ointment could be used instead of steroids for chronic eczema. ...Read more

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