There are subtle differences between eczema and psoriasis and care is needed when treating. Eczema, also known as Dermatitis is a hypersensitivity of the skin to triggers such as dyes, fabrics, soaps, allergens and other irritants. It can appear anywhere on the body and can cause intense itching. Eczema is very common in children, with many growing out of it and adults too can be treated. Psoriasis is an incurable autoimmune condition, where the skin overproduces skin cells that build-up into 'scaley' patches, which too causes intense itchiness. Treatment for the symptoms of both usually takes the form of topical creams (applied directly to the affected area). These creams tend to be directed at one or the other conditions or more generally to treat the common symptoms. We stock the UK's most trusted brands when it comes to Dermatitis and Eczema treatment. These include Dermalex, Dermol, Dipobase, Doublebase, Epaderm and Oilatum, all discounted and we offer free UK delivery on orders over £15.
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Pharmacyfix.co.uk is a registered online Pharmacy Chemist in the UK (Jersey) that offers behind the counter medicines like pain killers, health products and beauty products including vitamins, health supplements and hair care products among others. All products sold online by our pharmacy have been secured from reputable suppliers in the UK. If you feel that you require further help please consult your local pharmacist or contact our pharmacists on 01534 861644. Please note that our online chemist or pharmacists only provide information and we are not a substitute for professional medical help. Please ensure you carefully read information leaflets provided with your medication. You should always seek help from your local doctor if you are currently being treated for any conditions and you should always inform your doctor of any medication you are taking. Our UK pharmacy is registered with the Jersey Department of Health and Social Services and we strictly follow the pharmaceutical Code of Ethics. Our pharmacists are registered with the Royal Pharmaceutical Society Of Great Britain. We are a member of the National Pharmaceutical Association which is the principal body representing community pharmacies in the UK.
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