No one is immune from Eczema, it can affect any person of any lifestyle at any time in their life and when the symptoms start they can be irritating, painful and in extreme cases can serious effect your health.
There are two main types of Eczema, Atopic Eczema and Contact Dermatitis.
Atopic Eczema is more of a genetic issue with certain individuals being prone to this type of problem simply because of their genetic structure. Common triggers include wheat, dairy, gluten, eggs, nuts and fish.
Contact Dermatitis is a physical disorder where the sufferer has physically touched something that has irritated their skin. Triggers for such a disorder can be as common as a change in weather or household dust but can also be everyday chemicals found in toiletries, cosmetics or even the clothes we wear.
Make an appointment with one of our Eczema specialists and with a few simple tests they will be able to identify what type of skin complaint you have and investigate the possible triggers. Discover ways of avoiding Eczema in the future and alleviate your present symptoms with a range of specialised and effective treatments.