Eczema treatments

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A skin condition that presents as symptoms of itchiness, dryness, scaliness, blisters, and skin infection on the body. Eczema can begin at any stage of life with symptoms ranging from mild to severe.

  • Prescription treatment based on your skin
  • Treatment prescribed by our Aussie-based medical team

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What causes eczema?

The cause of eczema is a mix of genetic and environmental factors. A family history of eczema or allergic conditions can increase the chances of developing eczema. People with eczema tend to have a weakened skin barrier, making their skin more susceptible to irritants and allergens. 

Environmental factors such as allergens (like pollen or pet dander), irritants (such as harsh soaps or chemicals), weather changes, stress, and certain foods can trigger or worsen eczema symptoms.

What heals eczema quickly?

Whether it’s eczema on the hands or eczema on the face, when looking at how to stop eczema itching immediately, your best bet is to use prescription eczema cream and avoid scratching.

Some people may experience mild symptoms, including dry or itchy skin, while more severe cases can result in raised red bumps, increased sensitivity, oozing, crusting, cracked and thickened skin.

Your treatment options

cream

Treatment cost from $0.90 / dose

Topical steroids

When applied topically, decrease inflammation, itching, and redness associated with eczema.

Price breakdown

Initial consultation

Treatment cost

 

$35

From $0.90 / dose

Your medical team will advise you on the best treatment option for you.

Results

Our medical team prescribes topical medications proven to provide rapid, reliable, and highly effective treatment of eczema.

80% of childhood eczema cases are effectively managed resulting in minimal associated symptoms by adulthood.

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Just 3 simple steps to treatment

Tell us about your issue

Answer some simple questions online, anytime.

Consult with an Australian based medical team

For review and discussion of
treatment options, if required.

Treatments are delivered to your door

Fast and discreet delivery.

Just 3 simple steps to treatment

Tell us about your issue

Answer some simple questions online, anytime.

Consult with an Australian based medical team

For review and discussion of treatment options, if required.

Treatments are delivered to your door

Fast and discreet delivery.

Just 3 simple steps to treatment

Tell us about your issue

Answer some simple questions online, anytime.

Consult with an Australian based medical team

For review and discussion of
treatment options, if required.

Treatments are delivered to your door

Fast and discreet delivery.

FAQs about eczema treatment

Eczema is an inflammatory skin condition featuring symptoms of itchiness, dry skin, scaly patches, rashes, blisters, and skin infection. There are seven different types of eczema, including atopic dermatitis, seborrheic dermatitis, nummular eczema, dyshidrotic eczema, contact dermatitis, and stasis dermatitis. 

A person living with eczema may experience mild to severe symptoms of:

 

  • Itchiness
  • Dry, sensitive skin
  • Skin inflammation
  • Skin discolouration
  • Rough, scaly, patchy skin
  • Oozing or crusting on skin
  • Swollen areas of the body

No, eczema isn’t a contagious skin contagious. Even when someone has an active rash, the condition cannot be passed on to another person.

The cause of eczema hasn’t been determined, however it can run in families and it’s common for people with eczema to also have other allergic conditions, like asthma and hay fever.

Common triggers that can make eczema worse include:

 

  • Dry skin
  • Scratching affected areas
  • Bacterial infections
  • Viral infections
  • Emotional stress
  • Swimming pool chemicals
  • Animals, pet dander, or dust mites
  • Allergens, like pollen
  • Some fabrics, carpets, bedlinens, especially woollen or synthetic
  • Some body cleansing products (body washes, soaps, shampoos)
  • Home cleaning products (surface cleaners and disinfectants)
  • Artificial preservatives
  • Artificial colours in foods
  • Fragrances and candles
  • Exposure to certain types of weather – heat, cool air, wind etc.

A treatment plan for eczema must be prescribed by a qualified clinician. Depending on your age and symptom severity, a treatment plan may include prescription moisturising cream, oral medications, phototherapy, over-the-counter remedies, immunosuppressants, lifestyle modifications, and behavioural therapies.

If you live with eczema, symptoms can be improved and prevented by:

 

  • Maintaining and protecting skin every day with moisturiser (even when you don’t have an active eczema rash)
  • Avoiding your triggers, if known
  • Treating flare ups the moment they arise
  • Controlling the itch and resisting the urge to scratch
  • Preventing and treating infection

No, there’s no known cure for eczema, however eczema symptoms can be managed with a personalised treatment plan.

How our customers rate us

“Cannot live without it!

Youly is accessible for everyone! Fast shipping and quick response when it comes to assistance. Would 100% recommend Youly.”
Lilly, Gold Coast

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