What is Eczema and how can it be treated?
Eczema is medically called Atopic Dermatitis. It tends to show itself as crusty forms on almost any area of the body. It is often red to dark red in appearance, depending on your skin colour. It can be flat or raised and scabby. The scabs may be dry and cracked. You will probably find the area itchy or crusty, weepy, itchy or flaky. You would find the area quite raw, especially around the eyes, but the Eczema condition on the sensitve skin, is made worse by scratching.
Eczema can be treated at the Beaconsfield clinic in Buckinghamshire with one or a combination of proven and successful Eczema treatments. Your skin consultation with Jacqui Bannister, will determine which treatments are right for your particular type of Eczema; the length of time to see significant results and the necessary homecare advice.