7 Skincare Strategies With Eczema
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Itchy Skin Relief

Allergens, irritants, stress and dry skin—these are everyday triggers for people with eczema (also called atopic dermatitis) who suffer from itchy, flaky skin. And while eczema symptoms are different for everyone, with a proper skincare routine, they are manageable for most. If one treatment doesn’t work for you, don’t lose hope. With the help of your doctor, and some trial and error, you can find a skincare regimen that will bring you relief.

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