Eczema Treatments

Este Hair Medical provides advanced eczema treatments designed to relieve symptoms and improve skin health, offering personalised care for each patient's specific condition.

Eczema Treatments at Este Hair Medical

Eczema, a common skin condition affecting millions worldwide, requires expert care for effective management. At Este Hair Medical, located in Harrow, London, we offer comprehensive treatments tailored to your specific needs.

Our approach begins with a thorough assessment to understand the unique factors contributing to your eczema. We then develop personalised treatment plans, combining advanced medical therapies with holistic approaches to alleviate symptoms and promote long-term skin health.

Trust our experienced dermatologists and caring staff to provide compassionate care and effective solutions for eczema, helping you achieve clearer, healthier skin. Contact Este Hair Medical today to schedule a consultation and take the first step towards managing your eczema effectively.

What happens during Eczema Treatments?

  • We begin with a thorough assessment to determine the type and severity of eczema.
  • Tailoring a bespoke treatment plan designed specifically for your condition.
  • Employing advanced therapies to alleviate symptoms and promote skin healing.
  • Ensuring ongoing care with regular follow-ups to optimize treatment outcomes.
  • Empowering you with knowledge and resources to manage eczema effectively.


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Frequently Asked Questions

1What causes eczema?
Eczema can be triggered by a combination of genetic and environmental factors. It is often linked to an overactive immune response and skin barrier dysfunction.
2What are the common symptoms of eczema?
Common symptoms include itching, redness, dryness, and inflammation of the skin. In severe cases, eczema may cause skin blisters and oozing.
3How is eczema diagnosed?
Dermatologists diagnose eczema by examining the skin and reviewing medical history. Sometimes, patch testing or skin biopsies may be required to rule out other conditions.
4What are the available treatments for eczema?
Treatments include moisturizers, topical corticosteroids, antihistamines, and in severe cases, systemic medications. Avoiding triggers and adopting a skincare routine are also essential.
5Can eczema be cured?
Eczema is a chronic condition, but symptoms can be managed effectively with proper treatment and skincare. There is currently no known cure, but many people experience periods of remission.