Atopic-prone skin

It is observed as an extremely dry skin on the body and face and alternates between eczema flare-ups accompanied of localized red patches and calmer periods. In children, this results in itching sensations, sometimes intense, which may affect the quality of life and in particular sleep. If these signs appear, consult a doctor for an in-depth diagnosis.

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See the glossary of words related to atopic eczema

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A True/False questionnaire to recap...

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A brief overview of preconceived ideas about atopic eczema.

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Find the most frequently asked questions (and answers) about atopic dermatitis.

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If you adopt some good habits on a daily basis, your baby will be perfectly fine anywhere.

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If your child has atopic-prone skin, is he able to do every activity? In principle, yes, the idea being that he should be able to make the most of his childhood. 

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Admittedly, holidays are a time for casualness and freedom, but there are some things you must not forget when dealing with atopic-prone skin.

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Climate and seasons can have an influence on your baby’s atopic-prone skin’s appearance.

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It is time to entrust the care of your child to a nursery or to school. Is it also time to talk about his or her atopic-prone skin?

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To feel comfortable, your child needs to start by wearing comfortable clothes. Care must be taken from birth onwards.

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Eczema-prone skin and food allergies are not automatically linked. what diet and which ingredients suit babies?

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Sleep problems are a key symptom of atopic-prone skin. Once diagnosed, the itching sensation can explain sleep disorders. 

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Atopic-prone skin: advice for the home (temperature, mites, tobacco, linens, pets, and so on)

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If adults usually like to enjoy a warm, relaxing bath after a long day, it is not the best thing for the skin

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Explore some simple tips to make emollient skincare a truly soothing moment for your baby.

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Whether it is a period of respite or one of flare-ups, emollient care specifically formulated for atopic-prone skin provides all the essential ingredients to prevent, repair and relieve.

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A few months after birth, was your baby’s skin quite dry and did some red patches start to appear? Do you or your partner have atopic-prone skin?

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Atopic-prone skin alternates between periods of respite and periods of flare-ups...What should be done during these periods? Don’t worry, there is nothing too complicated.

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The good thing about atopic-prone skin is that it appears very early on and tends to abate with age and even disappear.

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Your baby wakes waking up during his nap, a bit grumpy, with tears in his eyes and quite red cheeks!

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Atopic-prone skin, also called atopic dermatitis, affects one child in five. But atopic doesn’t mean atypical. 

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