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Best Atopic Dermatitis Creams
Atomic dermatitis is a type of non-contagious eczema that causes extremely itchy and painful rashes on the skin. This skin condition is most commonly observed in children but people of all ages can be affected by it. Living with atopic dermatitis can make it difficult and uncomfortable to perform simple daily tasks and the symptoms and flare-ups can interfere with everyday life and activities. Let us take a look at what causes this skin condition and how you can use atopic dermatitis creams to calm your skin.
What Causes Atopic Dermatitis
Doctors and researchers are not yet sure of the exact causes of atopic dermatitis in adults and kids. What they have noticed is that the presence of too many inflammatory cells in the skin and/or a compromised skin carrier result in atopic dermatitis on the face and body. Although not in all cases, studies have also shown that the skin condition runs in the family and is hereditary. Despite the fact that there isn’t a documented cause of atopic dermatitis, there are certain factors that can trigger a flare-up or make your skin’s condition worse. The most common atopic dermatitis triggers are -
- Dry and dehydrated skin
- Physical irritants in skincare products
- Excessive heat and sweating
It is important to note that while these triggers can aggravate your atopic dermatitis, they do not necessarily cause it.
How Can Atopic Dermatitis Flare-Ups Be Prevented
Even though there is no atopic dermatitis cure discovered yet, making certain changes to your skincare routine and starting doctor prescribed medications can give you relief from severe and mild atopic dermatitis. The following are some ways in which you can ease and reduce future flare-ups -
- Consult a doctor for a proper diagnosis and an effective treatment plan that can include oral and topical medications, wet dressing, light therapy, and more
- Use a humidifier at home to prevent your skin from drying out and becoming itchy and uncomfortable
- Moisturise your skin two or more times every day with an atopic dermatitis cream to trap in moisture and soothe irritated skin
- When extremely uncomfortable, instead of scratching your skin, apply light pressure on the itchy areas to provide relief
- Wear loose clothing made of breathable fabrics to keep your skin airy and fresh
- After showers, use a soft microfiber towel and gently pat dry your skin. Avoid harsh rubbing and tugging as it will further aggravate atopic dermatitis rashes
- Use mild soaps and cleansers that are made of ingredients that are suitable for sensitive and atopic skin
Nourish and Soothe Irritated Skin With Re’equil
Atopic dermatitis can affect people of all ages and we at Re’equil are committed to providing a skincare solution that is suitable even for children. Our gentle face and body products provide nourishment and relief for atopic dermatitis in infants and adults alike. Made with nourishing ingredients that reduce inflammation and soothe irritated skin, our Atorep Body Lotion and Atorep Barrier Cream for Atopic Skin enhances skin’s hydration and strengthens the skin barrier. The formulation of all our skincare products are developed by scientists using clinically proven ingredients and are tested by dermatologists to ensure that your skin is repaired and protected.
Relieve and restore dry, irritated, and inflamed skin with the atopic skin cream by Re’equil.
1-Is there a cure for atopic dermatitis?
While there is no cure currently discovered for atopic dermatitis, the right treatment and skincare products can help soothe irritated skin and reduce discomfort. It is important to apply a rich atopic dermatitis moisturiser as it can calm the skin and prevent excessive scratching. Using a moisturising, over the counter atopic eczema barrier cream and lotion, taking prescription medication, and making certain lifestyle changes can help reduce the chances of flare-ups. Another way to prevent the condition from worsening is identifying your skin’s triggers and reducing your exposure to them.
2-What should I avoid if I have atopic dermatitis?
Each individual’s skin responds differently to different triggers so it is very important for you to understand your skin’s unique needs. As a general rule of thumb, it is best to avoid the following common triggers as much as possible to flare-ups of atopic dermatitis in adults and kids -
- Long showers and baths, especially in hot water
- Scratching the dry and irritated patches of your skin
- Extremely hot or cold, dry weather
- Soaps, detergents, and other cleansers with harsh chemicals like SLS, parabens, alcohol etc.
- Strong perfumes and other fragrances
- Synthetic fabrics
- Environmental aggressors like dirt, smoke, etc.
- Common allergens like pollen and dust
- Rigorous exercise
- Emotional stress"