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Eczema is an autoimmune disease that can lead to patches of dry, rough, cracked, and itchy skin and can be caused due to several factors such as genetics, environmental triggers, or stress.

The appearance of these factors can cause the immune system to overreact to small irritants or allergens, which can lead to an overreaction and inflame the skin. Although eczema is more typical in infancy and childhood, some people deal with persistent eczema into adulthood and even develop eczema in adulthood.

As we change, so does our skin, it can become more sensitive, and medication can change how the body’s immune system responds.

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Types of Eczema

  • Atopic - The most common form of eczema and is more common in children.  
  • Contact dermatitis – It appears as a red, itchy rash that can be caused by direct contact with a substance or an allergic reaction to it. It is not contagious or life-threatening, but it can be uncomfortable.
  • Neurodermatitis - This skin condition is typically characterised by chronic itching or scaling. You may notice raised, rough and itchy areas of skin. It will normally appear on the neck, wrists, forearms, and legs.
  • Dyshidrotic eczema – Typically affecting only the hands and feet, this eczema typically lasts for life but can be controlled with treatment.
  • Nummular eczema – This is a treatable chronic condition, and it causes coin-shaped spots to appear on the skin. Areas can often be very itchy and well-defined, and they may ooze clear fluid or become dry.
  • Seborrheic dermatitis - Also known as dandruff and cradle cap, this eczema causes an itchy rash with flaky scales and can cause redness on light skin and light patches on darker skin.
  • Stasis dermatitis – A common form of eczema, it develops in people who typically have poor blood flow
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Eczema Treatment  

At Este Medical, we offer a range of treatments to help treat eczema. Our therapists will decide on treatment plans as they will understand your skin type and the type of eczema that you are suffering from.  


This 6-step treatment process will leave your skin feeling brighter and more hydrated. This treatment can target several skin concerns, such as dry skin and dull skin.

Exciplex Light Therapy

This treatment reactivates the body's local immunosuppression process. It helps to regulate the immune response successfully and soothes pain & inflammation.

LED Phototherapy

Using LED light therapy, this treatment can rejuvenate your skin and can help to calm redness and irritated skin.

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Visia Digital Skin Analysis

When we use the Visia Digital Skin Analysis to assess your skin, we are using a tool that allows us to see deep below the surface layer of your skin and detect a multiple of potential concerns. This advanced technology allows us to pick up on issues such as spots, wrinkles, texture, pores, UV spots, scars, red areas, porphyrins and more.

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