Caring for a child with eczema

This information comes from the latest scientific research and the experience of dermatologists who treat children with eczema.

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Taming triggers

When a child has eczema, the child’s skin is extremely sensitive. The more sensitive the skin, the more susceptible it is to triggers. While finding triggers is important, you’ll see the best results when you follow these steps.

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What to watch for

Is that eczema or an infection on your child’s skin? A skin infection can look a lot like eczema. Both cause swollen, itchy skin. By looking closely at your child’s skin, you can find signs of a skin infection. Learn what signs to watch for.

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Soothing eczema with skin care

The right skin care can reduce flare-ups. In this section, you’ll find skin care advice that dermatologists give parents to help ease your child’s discomfort.

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Quiz

Are you ready to manage your child's eczema triggers?

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When should I talk with my child's dermatologist?

Should you call your child’s dermatologist before removing foods from your child’s diet or before buying an all-natural eczema treatment?

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Getting eczema under control
With this one-page action plan, you'll know how to care for your child's skin as the eczema changes.


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6 ways to relieve itchy eczema at home.