Incorporating natural remedies and lifestyle changes into your routine can help you to manage the symptoms of living with eczema or atopic dermatitis, and reduce the need for medicines. Learn more about self-care for your skin.


Bleach bath

Nottingham Support Group for Carers of Children with Eczema

Short guide on antiseptic baths, to be used only after discussion with your physician.

Bleach bath recipe card

National Eczema Association

Taking bleach baths two to three times per week is thought to reduce inflammation and the risk of developing staph infections by safely decreasing bacteria on the skin. This bleach bath recipe has the same level of chlorine in your average swimming pool.

Caring for eczema - easy as 1, 2, 3

National Eczema Association

Eczema is a recurring condition that results in dry, easily irritated, itchy skin. The best way to keep it under control is to establish a daily skincare regimen and stick with it. Here’s how to care for eczema in three easy steps.

Daily care information for eczema

Irish Skin Foundation

Information about the importance and use of emollients and steroid creams in the treatment of eczema.

Eczema care made simple

Eczema Society of Canada

Quick and simple guide to bathing, medications and moisturizing.

Eczema triggers

National Eczema Association

When identifying potential triggers, keep in mind that an eczema flare can appear some time after exposure. This lag time can make some triggers challenging to detect.

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