How to manage eczema

The occurrence of eczema may differ from person to person, and needs a customized approach in order to avoid the next flare-up.

The occurrence of eczema may differ from person to person, and needs a customized approach in order to avoid the next flare-up.

The occurrence of eczema may differ from person to person, and needs a customized approach in order to avoid the next flare-up. If you are able to determine the causes of your eczema and understand the problem, you have a good chance of preventing it from recurring by making some changes at home or at work through the following Dermalex recommendations:

Avoid contact with

  • several exterior factors such as detergents, soaps and some type of clothing (wool, tight or overly warm clothing).
  • The initial eczema trigger such as nickel, perfumes, work-related material etc.
  • House dust mites and other allergens can enhance the eczema flare ups as well.
  • Avoid too much contact with water and moisture (e.g. one shower a day).

Stress can trigger eczema

So it is advisable to get plenty of sleep and to find time to relax.

Do not scratch your itchy skin

Personal hygiene is important, for instance keep your finger nails short, avoid cigarette smoke, etc.

Hydration and moisture your skin is

Very important, preferably by using Dermalex Repair Atopic and Contact Eczema as your skin treatment product.

Dermalex Repair offers a range of efficient and safe products to relieve your eczema symptoms.


  • Avoid contact with external triggers

  • Stress can trigger eczema

  • Do not scratch your itchy skin

  • Hydrate and moisture your skin