Eczema Flare up Watch

Leviathan1611
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oooohhhh, how long does it take to disappear?
I think around a week or two, this is a wild guess, I never really counted how long. but I don't think it was too long.
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I think around a week or two, this is a wild guess, I never really counted how long. but I don't think it was too long.
oh ok, one last question sorry! When you mean rashes, do you mean red, dry and itchy skinthat has come as a result of a flare up
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oh ok, one last question sorry! When you mean rashes, do you mean red, dry and itchy skinthat has come as a result of a flare up
yeah, I don't know whether it's red cuz I'm black so I can't really tell but probably.
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yeah, I don't know whether it's red cuz I'm black so I can't really tell but probably.
oh ok thx for your help!
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thx, how often do you get flare up
It varies as I have allergic eczema so something can trigger it. I have to be careful wearing jewellery and watches, but I even reacted badly to the metal frames of new glasses and looked like a racoon for a fortnight, so I can sympathise with it on the face! Also allergic to sticking plasters anywhere but my fingers and have one arm that was red for a few months, but again washing with mild shower gel and using a cream meant it didn't itch much, just looked unsightly.

Just be careful and don't mix steroid creams and other creams as you don't know how your skin will react.
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It varies as I have allergic eczema so something can trigger it. I have to be careful wearing jewellery and watches, but I even reacted badly to the metal frames of new glasses and looked like a racoon for a fortnight, so I can sympathise with it on the face! Also allergic to sticking plasters anywhere but my fingers and have one arm that was red for a few months, but again washing with mild shower gel and using a cream meant it didn't itch much, just looked unsightly.

Just be careful and don't mix steroid creams and other creams as you don't know how your skin will react.
thx good luck!
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