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What is Eczema?

Eczema, also known as atopic dermatitis, characterises a chronic skin condition with inflammation, itching, and redness.

It often results from a combination of genetic and environmental factors, including allergies, irritants, and immune system dysfunction.

Triggers may vary widely among individuals and may include certain foods, soaps, fabrics, stress, and weather conditions.

While this condition commonly begins in childhood, it can affect people of all ages.


Eczema Treatments

Dermatology Consultations for eczema at Freyja Medical in Wrexham, Nantwich and Cheshire

Dermatology Consultation

At Freyja Medical, our dermatologists offer comprehensive consultations for eczema, providing expert evaluation and personalised treatment plans.

Whether you’re dealing with acute flare-ups or seeking long-term management strategies, our team combines clinical expertise with compassionate care to address your specific needs.

From identifying triggers to prescribing effective medications and recommending lifestyle adjustments, we’re dedicated to helping you achieve optimal skin health.

Book your consultation today and take the first step towards relief from eczema symptoms.

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What causes eczema?

A combination of genetic and environmental factors causes eczema, also known as atopic dermatitis.

People with a family history of eczema, asthma, or allergies are more likely to develop the condition. Environmental triggers, including irritants, allergens, microbial agents, weather conditions, and stress, can exacerbate symptoms.

Additionally, abnormalities in the skin barrier function and immune system dysfunction also contribute to the development of this condition.

Can eczema be cured?

This chronic condition currently has no known cure. However, proper management and treatment can often control symptoms effectively.

Dermatologists typically recommend managing flare-ups and maintaining skin health through a combination of skincare routines, trigger avoidance, moisturisers, and sometimes medications.

Although this condition may improve or disappear for periods, it can also recur.

The goal of treatment is to minimise symptoms and enhance quality of life rather than curing the condition entirely.

How long does it take to see results from eczema treatments?

The time it takes to see results from treatments can vary depending on the individual, the severity of the condition, and the type of treatment being used.

Some people may experience improvement within a few days of starting treatment, while others may require several weeks or even months to see significant results. It’s important to follow your dermatologist’s recommendations closely and give the treatment time to work.

Additionally, consistency in skincare routines and avoiding triggers can also contribute to better and faster outcomes. If you’re not seeing improvement or have concerns about your treatment, it’s essential to follow up with your dermatologist for further guidance.

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