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Medications that can be used to treat eczema include topical corticosteroids, barrier repair moisturizers and topical immunomodulators, according to WebMD. Other medications that can treat the condition are immunosuppres... More »

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The National Eczema Association is a network that provides support through Inspire, an online health community that consists of patients, caregivers and families. The online discussion forum offers support, resources and... More »

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Photos of rashes, as of March 2015, can be found online via Healthline, Mayo Clinic and WebMD. All three sites offer galleries or slide-show presentations of a variety of skin rashes. More »

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Some creams used to treat eczema are prescribed immunomodulators and topical steroids that come in varying strengths. Depending on the severity of the condition, steroid creams may be available with a prescription or as ... More »

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Ointments and creams with hydrocortisone steroids and barrier repair moisturizers are over-the-counter treatments for eczema, states WebMD. Fragrance-free moisturizers can also be used to treat eczema symptoms, such as d... More »

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Several over-the-counter eczema treatments are safe and effective, according to WebMD, including topical corticosteroids and barrier repair moisturizers. Topical corticosteroids are available in creams and ointments cont... More »

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Use hydrocortisone cream for the temporary relief of skin conditions that cause itching, such as poison ivy, eczema, rash and dermatitis, according to WebMD. Hydrocortisone cream, whether prescription or nonprescription,... More »

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