Eczema treatments

Gently soothe irritation and inflammation with effective topical treatments. Order online and get it delivered straight to your home, with no appointment needed.

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Hydrocortisone 1% Ointment

Hydrocortisone 1% Ointment

  • Popular
  • check_circle_filledReduces inflammation from eczema
  • check_circle_filledApply sparingly once or twice a day, for a maximum of 7 days
  • check_circle_filledCorticosteroid ointment
Dermol 500 Lotion

Dermol 500 Lotion

  • Multi-use
  • check_circle_filledRelieves irritation from dry itchy skin
  • check_circle_filledUse as a moisturiser or soap substitute, as often as needed
  • check_circle_filledAntibacterial emollient lotion
  • 500ml bottle
    £6.04
    £6.04 per bottle
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About eczema

Eczema, also known as dermatitis, is a common skin condition that causes dryness, itching, and inflammation. It can appear as red, itchy patches on the skin that may crack or bleed. Eczema can affect people of all ages, from babies to adults, and can vary in severity.
Eczema stems from a mix of genetic and environmental factors. Genetic variations can weaken the skin's barrier, making it more susceptible to irritation and inflammation. Environmental triggers like allergens (like food, dust mites or pollen) and irritants (like soaps or detergents) can exacerbate symptoms, alongside factors like changes in temperature or stress.
Although there's no cure for eczema, using gentle skincare, such as mild, fragrance-free cleansers can help. After bathing, gently pat the skin dry to reduce irritation.
Using emollients (moisturising lotions) can help hydrate the skin and protect its barrier, especially after bathing, to ease dryness and itching. If flare-ups occur, topical corticosteroids (ointments) can be prescribed to reduce inflammation and itching.
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