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Eczema Treatment in Boston, MA
Health, wellness, and beauty are all one and the same. But for eczema sufferers, the constant scratching, flaky skin, and desire to cover up take their toll. Like acne, eczema can damage our confidence as much as our comfort and appearance. But at Regeneris Medspa & Cosmetic Surgery in Boston, MA, we have eczema treatments that can finally make a difference.
At Regeneris Medspa & Cosmetic Surgery, we know how to address the worst, most disruptive symptoms of eczema. Stop scratching and get back to living life to the fullest with eczema treatment from Regeneris Medspa & Cosmetic Surgery.
How Eczema Treatment Works
Eczema comes in two distinct forms. The first is atopic dermatitis. As the most common form of eczema, atopic dermatitis causes itchy, dry skin patches that may blister over time. The second form of eczema is called contact dermatitis, which results from skin contact with jewelry, clothes, plants, cosmetics, and other common items.
Eczema treatment generally revolves around the application of prescription-strength topical steroids. Available in creams, lotions, and other topically applied forms, these prescription steroids reduce inflammation and keep your skin moisturized to prevent itching.
The Benefits of Eczema Treatment
Topical, prescription-strength steroid treatment offers numerous benefits for eczema sufferers. If you’ve tried and been underwhelmed by over-the-counter lotions and topical solutions, it may be time to step up your game in the fight against eczema.
Topical steroids can:
Spot-treat contact dermatitis
Eczema can seriously damage your daily quality of life and enjoyment. Don’t put off taking your eczema treatment to the next phase. Contact Regeneris Medspa & Cosmetic Surgery and let us help you tackle eczema now and for your future.
Are You Eligible for Eczema Treatment?
If your skin has dry, itchy, red patches, or you have already been diagnosed with eczema, you could be an excellent candidate for eczema treatment. As always, the best way to determine your candidacy for this or any treatment is to schedule a consultation.
During your consultation at Regeneris Medspa & Cosmetic Surgery, we’ll start by listening to your goals and concerns. Afterward, we’ll walk through your medical history to determine which course of treatment (or which combination of treatments) will work best for your skin and your eczema.
Eczema Treatment FAQs
There are several contributing factors to the development of atopic dermatitis. Stress, genetics, environmental factors, and your body’s own immune response could be responsible. Contact dermatitis, meanwhile, is often caused by an allergic reaction resulting from skin contact with a material or treated item. In either case, topical steroids can help ease symptoms and prevent flare-ups.
Unfortunately, there is no known “cure” for eczema. As a chronic condition, eczema can only be managed and its symptoms avoided for the greatest comfort and enjoyment of life. We may have a cure for eczema one day, but at the moment, topical steroids and other treatments work best for managing the condition’s uncomfortable, chronic symptoms.
The best way to prevent contact dermatitis is to discover which substances/items contribute to flare-ups. Once you understand the chemicals, items, materials, or plant life responsible for your uptick in itching, you can simply avoid these items or the chemicals they’re treated with.
Schedule your Eczema Treatment Consultation
Eczema may be a chronic condition without a known cure, but that doesn’t mean you should throw in the towel and let it have its way. Our medicated, prescription-strength topical steroids can also restore your confidence, expand your wardrobe options, and help you live a healthier, more comfortable life.
During your consultation at Regeneris Medspa & Cosmetic Surgery in Boston, MA, we’ll talk with you about your goals, acne history, and expectations. Afterward, we’ll recommend a course of treatment most appropriate and most successful for your type of eczema. To learn more, contact Regeneris Medspa & Cosmetic Surgery today.