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What is Eczema?
 

Eczema, also called dermatitis, is an inflammation condition of the skin. Eczema can cause a wide range of symptoms.

All types of eczema cause itching, with the exception of seborrheic.

 
 

The main symptoms (one or all may be present) include: Redness, weeping skin, pain, heat, tenderness, scaling, crusting, dryness, fissures (broken skin), and vesicles (small blisters).

Over time, damage to the epidermis (the upper layer of the skin) can cause it to thicken and become scaly (lichenification).

 

What is Herbavate?

A novel formulation with a traditional background has been developed in an attempt to balance the side effects of the conventional treatments without compromising with the therapeutic efficacy.

 


Is there a cure for Eczema?

  • No cure for eczema
  • Minimize the discomfort & distress
  • Effective skin care routine
 
 

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