Episode 1 : 2 mins to find out everything about eczema

What is eczema? How does eczema appear on the surface of the skin?

We have created an innovative web series called #Livebetterwitheczema to help you manage the disease on a daily basis. Always in tune with customers’ needs, Ducray Dermatological Laboratories have brought together all the knowledge and experience of expert dermatologists, in order to answer all of your questions about eczema.

We wanted to involve Dr. Isabelle Gardinal-Galera, dermatologist and practitioner at Larrey Hospital in Toulouse, to share her knowledge and give you advice and tips to help you live better with eczema.

A recognized expert in her field, she explains how this disease functions in just two minutes.

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(2) Diepgen, TL et al. Prevalence of contact allergy in the general population in different European regions. British Journal of Dermatology, 2016; 174: 319-329
(3) Thyssen, JP et al. The epidemiology of hand eczema in the general population -prevalence and main findings. Contact Dermatitis. 2010; 62: 75-87.
(4) Guin JD. Eyelid dermatitis: A report of 215 patients. Contact Dermatitis 2004; 50: 87-90

Dr. Galera answers all your questions in our webserie #Livebetterwitheczema.


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