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A.Vogel Talks Contact Eczema

Contact eczema is often found in those that suffer from atopic conditions like hayfever

Contact eczema is estimated to affect around 9% of the UK population every year and is usually found in sufferers of atopic conditions like asthma and hayfever.

Here, our skin advisor Mandy Ward describes the triggers of contact eczema and how to alleviate any unpleasant symptoms using natural and herbal solutions.

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