Research has shown that atopic eczema is caused by a dynamic interaction between genetic and environmental factors. But Malaysians in general tend to try improper and traditional treatment for atopic eczema, an inflammatory, relapsing, non-contagious and itchy skin disorder.
This is caused by much misinformation and so many people offering cure-all solutions for eczema in Malaysia.
Therefore, a nationwide public education initiative has been designed to empower caregivers and patients on the importance of proper and proactive management of eczema in conjunction of National Eczema Awareness Month 2015. Meet Nezam and Claire. A mascot for National Eczema Awareness Month 2015. In the middle of the banner is the guide to caring for eczema patience.
A Q&A session conjunction with the National Eczema Awareness Month 2015.
The incidence of atopic eczema in Malaysia affects as many as two out of every 10 people in urbanised communities.Atopic eczema can appear at any age and it is common in children and young adults.
The experts believes that a well-integrated and medically-monitored care plan will allow people with eczema to lead a comfortable life even if the skin disorder is currently incurable. Hence, Atopiclair is introduced.
Atopiclair is a unique, clinically proven, non-steroidal treatment that can be used during flare and remission phases of atopic dermatitis (eczema). It is steroid-free, scent-free and paraben-free, safe even for infants* and relieves itching, burning and pain associated with the skin condition. It prevents loss of skin moisture for up to 72 hours and offers longer lasting hydration by restoring your child’s natural skin oils, easing their discomfort and protecting your child from future flare-ups so they can have better fun.
Atopiclair can be obtained in leading pharmacies in Malaysia and right now, with each purchases of Atopiclair lotions from CARiNG Pharmacy outlets, you will be contributing to the fund raising campaign for the Eczema Kidz Club HKL.
For more information on how to manage eczema at large, you may check out this Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/eczemakidzclub . The page serves as a platform to educate and disseminate information about Eczema to the public.