Facial Eczema

The most common form of eczema is the itchy, rashy skin condition called atopic dermatitis. Eczema usually begins in early childhood. It is seen most commonly in individuals who have asthma and hay fever. One frustration about adult eczema is that it is usually front and center, on the face and neck. The skin on the face is thinner and more sensitive than elsewhere on the body. Facial eczema can be triggered by cosmetics or skin care products. To manage eczema and calm your skin, follow a personalized eczema skin care routine every day, not just during flare-ups.

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