What Are the Symptoms and Treatments of Atopic Eczema on the Scalp?

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Scalp eczema is a type of eczema that causes inflamed, itchy, dry skin to form on your scalp. Here are the symptoms and treatments of atopic eczema on the scalp: Symptoms: • Red and scaly • Flaky • Greasy or waxy • Very itchy or feel like it's burning • Oozing or have "weeping" lesions • Causing a discharge from the ear if eczema continues from the scalp into the ear canal • Causing changes in skin color after healing Treatments: Lifestyle changes you may want to take note of: • what you ate • what the weather was like • whether you were feeling any stress, and what it was about • when you last washed or style your hair • what hair products you used Once you identify your triggers, you can work to avoid them. Shampoos and other hair products Look for shampoos containing: • zinc pyrithione • salicylic acid • sulfur • coal tar • selenium sulfide • ketoconazole Medications Seborrheic and atopic dermatitis can be treated with an OTC or prescription corticosteroid cream or another topical steroid like: • mometasone (Elocon) • betamethasone (Bettamousse) • flucinolone acetonide (Synalar) You should see a doctor if your condition worsens or appears infected. keywords: atopic eczema scalp
Can this condition be cured
Unfortunately there's no cure. Treatments can help relieve symptoms, and people need to try various treatments until they find the most effective. Even when the symptoms are under control, the flare-up can return sometime.
When infants and kids have eczema, probiotics can help. There's no evidence saying probiotics work for adults too. But I still want to recommend probiotics, they're no harm, and maybe useful. You know science has proved a lot of diseases are linked to bad gut circumstance, probiotics can improve symptoms of skin rash, allergy, depression, heart disease, even autism.