Also known as dermatitis, eczema is a common condition thought to affect 1 in 5 children and 1 in 12 adults.
Eczema also known as dermatitis, is a common condition that can improve over time with the right treatment, it mainly affects children, but can also affect adults.
Symptoms for the condition include patches of chronically itchy, dry, swollen or red skin which often appear on the hands, arms, neck, face, legs, and joints or folds of skin. Sufferers often have sores with thick crusts on, and more chronic forms of the condition can see a thickening of the skin in infected areas.
The causes of why the condition occurs are widely unknown, but eczema is often linked (though not limited) to allergies, or conditions like asthma and hay fever. Stress and hormonal changes can also be triggers, making flare ups hard to prepare for, and difficult to control.
We offer a range of treatments tailored around your needs and your experience of eczema. Depending on your individual case, our consultant dermatologists will lead you through options including emollients and topical steroids, and your plan for treatment will always be personal to you.
If you are concerned about eczema, you can arrange a consultation with one of London’s top Consultant Dermatologists to discuss treatment options. The cost of the consultation is £200. You will be given treatments costs during your consultation.
“Excellent treatment, both doctor and nurse were superb. Wonderful patient treatment and aftercare” *London - November 2015
Our expert team of doctors and nurses includes some of the UK’s leading dermatologists and skin experts, such as our Consultant Dermatologists Dr. Noor Almaani and Dr. Rishika Sinha, who are based at our Harley Street clinic. With over 30 years of Harley Street excellence behind us, we believe that your treatment starts from the moment you make your first enquiry and continues long after your treatment. We’ll be there every step of the way to ensure your treatment is individual to you and gives you the results you’re looking for.