Living With Atopic Dermatitis (Eczema)

Advertisement

Cleveland Clinic is a non-profit academic medical center. Advertising on our site helps support our mission. We do not endorse non-Cleveland Clinic products or services. Policy

Close up of hand holding jar of moisturizer and applying to other hand
Eczema Skin Care: Products and Routines

Keep your showers short and lukewarm, and moisturize promptly after with a cream containing ceramides

person scratching neck that has eczema
How Lifestyle Changes and Self-Care Can Improve Your Atopic Dermatitis

Changing your wardrobe or environment won’t eliminate eczema, but it can help reduce flares

two people each scratching their eczema on their arms
Why Eczema Itch Is So Intense — And How To Stop It

From hyperactive immune response to disordered nerve connections, the itch is real

Various bath products displayed on shelf in shower
Here’s Why Your Eczema Keeps Flaring Up

Eczema triggers are different for everyone, but there are some common ways to manage and prevent flare-ups

Person running in winter landscape
How To Deal With Eczema During Extreme Weather

Hot or cold, your eczema can have flare-ups during multiple times of the year

person applying ointment to eczema on arm
When Home Remedies Won’t Do: Treatment Options for Severe Eczema

Steroids, self-injections and medications can be game changers

Advertisement