2. DO NOT MISS A CHECK UP
Your local pharmacy team will have a good understanding of eczema symptoms and the range of treatment options.
Regular check-ups with the pharmacy team as well as your GP can therefore help manage the condition more effectively.
It’s also important to know your own skin and what works for you.
There are a range of treatment options available, and your pharmacy team or GP can always provide advice on what may work best for you.
It is important to remember eczema is a medical condition and it is incredibly important that you use the product that suits your skin, so if you know what will or won’t work for you, make sure you have that discussion with your GP or pharmacist.
The skin barrier is broken, leaving your skin vulnerable to bacteria, irritants and potential allergens which can pave the way for infections and inflammation.