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Eczema is a group of inflammatory skin conditions that causes rashes, blisters, severe itching, dry skin and skin infections. An estimated 10% of Americans, including 25% of children are afflicted with eczema. Symptoms for some can be quite severe and painful with constant intense itching preventing sleep in others.
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While many treatments are available to help with this condition. Our ELITE ALLERGY DROPS are the only way to go, if quick lifelong relief is what you’re looking for.
What are the Symptoms of Eczema?
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This condition can appear anywhere on the body. It varies from patient to patient with symptoms that can include:

  • Painful, dry, cracked skin
  • Red rash
  • Intense itching, oftentimes severe, interfering with sleep
  • Burning, blistering skin
  • Open, crusted, or weeping sores
  • Thickened skin
  • Irritated, sensitive skin from scratching

Some individuals may get periodic “flare ups”, while others will have it chronically.

What Causes Eczema?

The causes of eczema are poorly understood, and are found to involve a complex combination of both genetic and environmental factors including:

  • Family inheritance
  • Food and environmental allergens
  • Extremes of hot and cold weather, as well as high and low humidity 
  • Sweat from physical exercise
  • Hormonal influences during pregnancy and menses
  • Irritants from soaps, shampoos, and laundry detergents
  • Stress can worsen symptoms

Who is at Risk for Eczema?
Individuals at most risk for eczema include:

  • Having environmental or food allergies
  • Having one or more parents with eczema
  • Living in areas with extreme temperatures
  • Living in areas with extreme humidity
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How is Eczema Diagnosed?
It is most commonly a clinical diagnosis made simply by close examination of the skin. In some cases, a skin biopsy may be necessary to make the diagnosis.
How is Eczema Treated?
The standard, but less than ideal treatments for eczema, include the following:

1. Topical steroid creams and skin moisturizers typically only help those with mild symptoms. They require frequent trips to the dermatologist for follow up visits and prescription refills. They don’t provide a cure and need to be taken for years. Side effects of daily steroid creams can include the worsening of skin dryness and the increased likelihood of secondary skin infections. 

2. Newer treatments include a group of medications called biologics. Three utilized for eczema are Dupixent, Rinvoq, and Adbry. They work by weakening or calming an overactive immune system, which causes the patient’s eczema. They can be effective, but cost thousands of dollars a month and do not cure eczema.

By and far, the most effective treatment for eczema are under the tongue allergy drops as provided by Elite Allergy and Asthma Clinic.
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The drops don't merely cover up the symptoms like all of the other methods. They actually cure the problem at its source by reducing the body's reaction to allergens, while simultaneously resolving the eczema.

We have found the drops to provide a staggering 95% success rate in alleviating this disfiguring and aggravating condition, with the majority of patients experiencing substantial relief within a couple short months.
The process involves the patient placing tiny doses of the very things they are allergic to under their tongue from a dropper bottle. This they administer in the convenience of their own home.     

Within a few weeks the rashes and itching begin to melt away, resolving completely within a few months, and eliminated long-term after three years of treatment.

Our Allergist here at Elite Allergy and Asthma Clinic is the nation’s leading expert with this amazing technology,  and has used them with great success for over 27 years, longer than any other American.

Call 480-999-2559 to make an appointment to put yourself on the path to clear skin.