How to find and avoid what triggers your child's eczema
Trigger: Anything that aggravates your child’s skin. A trigger can either:
Cause a new eczema flare-up
Worsen existing eczema
3 key facts about eczema triggers
If your child has eczema, you should know the following:
Many things can trigger eczema — including dry air, sweat, and stress.
A trigger that causes one child’s eczema to flare may not cause another child’s eczema to flare.
As a child grows older, eczema triggers can change.
Fortunately, there are things you can do to manage your child’s triggers. Discover what can help.
How to find and avoid eczema triggers
Find out if something on your child’s own body could be triggering the eczema.
Learn if any common indoor triggers are causing your child’s eczema to flare and how to avoid them.
Discover what can treat flares caused by outdoor triggers and how to prevent future flares.
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