Eczema on the face is usually caused by food allergies. From investigating and treating children (and adults) in the Clinic, I have found, like other allergy specialists, that most childhood eczema is related to food allergy. I expect the children that I treat to have almost perfect skin within 4 weeks.
Eczema on face is usually food allergy
Eczema on face is usually food allergy. Food allergy – especially dairy, eggs and gluten – can be the trigger. And because the trigger can be discovered, this means that their eczema can be cured! So it is worthwhile doing the tests. I do skin prick tests with ALL eczema patients. See the Youtube video on Skin Prick Tests
Discover your eczema triggers
Did you know that:
- Most eczema is triggered by a food allergy or intolerance.
- Children are affected more by food allergy than grown-ups.
- Common food allergens can be tested for.
- Eczema can usually be effectively treated.
- You can even “cure” eczema.
Dr Ford sees hundreds of children with eczema. Their parents don’t want yet more creams prescribed – they desperately want a cure. Fortunately, most times they can be helped. You are invited to have a “virtual” consultation with The eClinic This will help you identify the possible triggers and get help on treatment.
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