Skin Health FAQs

Here, we've compiled a range of quality resources to inform and educate you about a variety of skin conditions. From trusted medical websites such as WedMD and Mayo Clinic to news articles, support groups and more, find the answers you are seeking here. 

Eczema Overview

Terrasil Eczema and Psoriasis System

Eczema is inflammation of the outer layer of skin. It is most frequently seen in those with a family history of seasonal allergies or asthma. You may suspect eczema when you experience the following symptoms:

  • Itchy rash
  • Reoccuring
  • Dryness
  • Flaking
  • Cracking Skin
  • Oozing
  • Bleeding

You may also notice lesions or blisters or temporary skin discoloration. Eczema is often persistent and typically occurs on the face, wrists, hands or feet.

There is also what's known as "Eczema Stress," which can occur when your skin is in contact with certain chemicals, allergens or products. For instance, sudden changes in temperature and allergens such as pollen, mold and dust mites can trigger an eczema flare-up.

Each case is unique and triggered by different elements, which means that eczema treatment methods vary by case. In most cases, an individual can prevent symptoms by simply avoiding exposure to skin irritants, as well as manage stress in their life. Food may also be a factor, and should be identified by a physician and avoided by the sufferer.


Recomendaciones médicas

Recomendaciones médicas

¡Compre más y obtenga más!

Buy 2 Ship Free OR Buy 2 Get 1 Free

Envío gratis

Free Shipping

Looking for answers?

Aidance has you covered, from A-Z!

Visit our Skin Health FAQs section for more information on skin conditions, exclusive guides, and more. More Info

Powered by GlobalLink OneLink Software