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Treatments for Dermatitis

Dermatitis treatments vary and the type of treatment used usually depends on the cause. In some cases, treatment plans helps people get rid of dermatitis completely and in some, the symptoms improve to a great extent. Some of the common treatment methods used to get relief from dermatitis symptoms include.

Avoiding the cause – identifying the irritants which cause dermatitis and avoiding them can help cure the condition. A specialist in skin care treatment can help you determine the cause of dermatitis and how you can prevent contact with the irritant or allergen.

Diet – some people are sensitive to nickel and may contract dermatitis as a result of eating food high in nickel. Oats, lentils and nuts are some of the common food items which contain this trace element and reducing intake of these food items can help reduce the symptoms of dermatitis. However, before making any chances to your diet, it is essential to consult with your G.P.

Emollients – contact dermatitis causes the skin to become dry and cracked. For this reason, it is important to apply emollients which will help keep the skin moisturised. Emollients soften the skin and keeps irritants out. It also prevents water loss from the outer layer of the skin.

Topical corticosteroids – helps reduce inflammation and this may be prescribed by your G.P if you have sore, red and inflamed skin.

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