Can your eczema treatment be used on the scalp?

Can your eczema treatment be used on the scalp?


Yes, you may definitely use our eczema treatment products on the scalp. Our products are completely safe and non-toxic even for sensitive skin areas. Most of our eczema products are made from natural ingredients and will not leave a greasy feeling when applied on your scalp.

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You can start the eczema treatment by using the All Stop Medicated Body Wash as an eczema treatment shampoo for the scalp. Just leave the wash on for about five to ten minutes while rubbing it into the scalp, then rinse. The All Stop Medicated Body Wash will act as a eczema treatment shampoo to help nourish the scalp back to its normal condition. It also works great for itchy scalp. The All Stop Ultra Moisturizing Cream works as a daily eczema treatment to help with any dryness the may occur. It is also used to soothe the irritated scalp. We also have the All Stop ProEcza Cream that is formulated to help control the outbreak of eczema as the #1 eczema treatment. The eczema treatment cream can be used up to three times per day depending on the severity of the eczema condition.

Eczema Treatment Facts:

  • Eczema is due to a hypersensitivity reaction (similar to an  allergy ) in the skin, which leads to long-term inflammation.
  • Eczema is a chronic condition, but you can control it with treatment and by avoiding irritants.
  • Eczema usually shows up on a baby’s forehead, cheeks, and scalp, but it can spread to the arms, legs, chest, or other parts of the body.
  • Eczema is quite common in babies because their immune system and digestive system are still developing and their skin is much thinner than adult’s.
  • Eczema is not an allergic reaction to a substance, but it can be triggered by allergens in your baby’s diet — or in your diet if you’re breastfeeding.
  • Eczema is a chronic skin disorder characterized by itching rashes, which may be red, scaly, dry, or leathery.
  • Eczema on the face (photo)  Eczema usually occurs for the first time in infants, with rashes typically occuring on the cheeks, elbows or knees.
  • Eczema, although often less of a problem in adulthood, can persist, especially if a person is exposed to allergens or chemical irritants or is under stress.
  • Eczema is  not  an allergy itself, but allergies can trigger eczema.
  • Eczema isn’t contagious like a cold, but most people with eczema have family members with the condition.


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