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Atopic Dermatitis

Close to 18 million people are living with atopic dermatitis (AD), commonly known as severe eczema. The most common symptoms of this skin condition are dry, itchy rashes. These flare-ups can be triggered by both external factors, such as cold weather or extreme heat, as well as internal factors, such as diet and stress.

While living with AD may not always be easy, it shouldn’t dictate how you live your life. With the proper treatment and right mindset, you can reduce your number of flare-ups and feel better about yourself too.