There can be lots of ups and downs having a child with eczema. The condition can impact many areas of life including relationships, school/nursery, social activities and emotions.
Managing the condition goes beyond getting treatment from the GP/Dermatologist. Life can be a roller coaster of managing flares, trying to spot the triggers and finding ways to calm the itch and protect the skin from scratching.
Read about what it’s like for families.
Christopher was 6 months when eczema started. It looked like he had a big red beard on his face at first but then it spread all over his body. At 7 months he was
Antony was 3 months old when a red patch appeared on his cheek. We were given some cream and told to keep an eye on it. Little did we know this was just the
In 2014, as we eagerly anticipated our much longed for baby, we were regularly offered the advice that 'nothing quite prepares you for parenthood'. Never a truer word said of parents of children plagued
Nothing can prepare you for the sad and helpless way you feel when you experience your child scratching himself until he bleeds. You wonder why you couldn't have stopped him in time despite the