Question by Amber: How do I reduce the effects of scars from eczema?
I’m 19 years old and have had eczema since I was roughly 15. It started just on my stomach cause of the belts I wore, and then on my arms, but that was nothing until this past year. I have it bad on my arms, stomach, half my back, upper thighs, chest, and neck. And I am also half hispanic, so I scar very easily. They aren’t raised scars or anything, but just dark marks. And they stay, for years. Lotions for dry skin don’t work, I know that. But even if I do control my eczema, the scars from it will last for a long time. Can anyone relate and possibly know any way to help me with my scars, or eczema? I’m running out of options! I feel like a leper here!
Answer by Megane W
If you have such persistent and widely spread symptoms you definitely need to visit a specialized doctor, and as soon as possible.
BTW I don’t think that hispanic people scar easily at all. This has nothing to do.
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