Dermatitis is a common skin condition that is categorised by areas of skin that become red, itchy and inflamed. Usually, there it is caused by contact with an allergen such as pollen, dust, detergent or food, but it can also be triggered by other things such as cold weather. Fill out the health questionnaires below and one of our prescribers will make sure that you receive the most suitable treatment for your condition.
Dermatitis is a type of eczema, which causes the skin to be red, itchy, dry and cracked. It usually affects areas of skin that fold such as the inside of elbows and knees, the neck, eyes and ears. Flare ups can lead to cracked and bleeding skin.
The exact cause of dermatitis is unknown but it usually runs in families and affects people with allergies.
Symptoms consist of red, itchy, dry and cracked areas of skin that may bleed.
How can I treat dermatitis?
There is currently no cure, however there are many creams and ointments available to ease the symptoms of dermatitis.