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Strengthen and protect your skin with proven treatments

Eczema is a dry skin condition that affects 1 in 5 children and 1 in 10 adults in the UK.

It can affect the health of your skin, making it red and itchy.

Our pharmacists can help you find medicated treatments that can help repair your skin barrier and prevent flare-ups.

Explore our eczema range

Repair your skin with medicated treatments

How it works

Tell us about your eczema

You’ll need to complete a short online consultation to let us know about your eczema and current health. It takes no more than 5 minutes to complete.

Select an eczema treatment

Choose an eczema treatment from our range once you’ve completed your consultation form.

Get advice from our pharmacists

One of our pharmacists will review your responses to make sure the treatment you’ve chosen is right for your needs and lifestyle.

Have your medicine delivered for free

We’ll deliver your medicine to an address of your choice in discreet packaging.

We're here to help

We know that eczema can impact your everyday life. If you’re ready to start a new treatment, we’re here to provide you with the clinical support you need to find one that suits you.

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Why buy from Well?

With clinically proven medicines, expert support from our pharmacists and free discreet delivery, we aim to help you achieve the results that you want.

  • Eczema treatments with clinically-proven results
  • Support from the Well Pharmacy team
  • Stop whenever you want to
  • Quick and discreet delivery
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More about eczema

Eczema is a skin condition causing dry, itchy and inflamed skin. It usually comes in flare-ups which can be treated and prevented. Take a look at our resources below for more information.

What types of eczema are there?

There are a few different types of eczema, but atopic eczema is the most common. It can be mild, moderate or severe. No matter how severe your eczema is, there are treatments that can help.

What conditions are linked to eczema?

People who have eczema often also have asthma and allergies such as hay fever. These conditions are all caused by your immune system being sensitive to things in your environment.

How do you know if you have eczema?

If you’re not sure whether you have eczema, your GP can usually diagnose it. If you have a rarer form of eczema or unusual symptoms, you may need to see a dermatologist. These are specialist doctors who treat skin conditions.

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Who is affected by eczema?

Eczema can affect anyone, but it usually begins in childhood.

It is not an infectious disease, so you can’t catch it from anyone else.

What is the difference between eczema and psoriasis?

There are three main differences between eczema and psoriasis:

  • Eczema usually starts when you’re a child while psoriasis symptoms begin to appear in the early years of your adulthood.
  • The reason why eczema happens isn’t completely understood. Genetic factors and lifestyle could play a role. Psoriasis is an autoimmune disease. This means that your body attacks healthy cells.
  • People with eczema usually experience intense itchiness in the affected areas of skin whereas psoriasis causes a milder itch.
Can eczema go away on its own?

Eczema needs treatment to reduce the severity of its symptoms. It won’t go away on its own, but you can manage your condition with topical creams. Both prescription and non-prescription creams can help alleviate the itchiness and irritation that your eczema causes.

Approved by: Neil Raichura

GPhC Number: 2080353

Neil qualified as a Pharmacist in 2012. He has a postgraduate certificate in Independent Prescribing, with a special interest in minor ailments.