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An inflammatory skin disorder that frequently presents in childhood but is also common in adults. It appears as itchy, red to brownish-gray patches.
guidelinesPrevention and management
good skin care practices, and topical therapies
be selective about the products you use on the skin, to avoid risk for adverse reactions to known irritants and allergens.
choose skin care and laundry products ( moisturizers, cleansers, shampoo/conditioner, makeup, and laundry detergents) that are “fragrance free” and hypoallergenic, such as:
note that even “scent-free” products may be made with fragrances and thus may still be allergenic or irritating.
avoid certain fabrics
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