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A.Vogel Talks Discoid Eczema

Discoid eczema is often misdiagnosed as ringworm and can be considered one of the more difficult variants of eczema to treat

Discoid eczema, sometimes known as nummular eczema, is a variant of eczema that usually occurs in those that suffer from dry or sensitive skin.

In this page, our skin advisor Mandy Ward takes a look at the triggers of discoid eczema and how the condition can be relieved using natural and herbal solutions.

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  • Ross Bayne's photo avatar
    Ross Bayne — 04.12.2017 19:06
    I am new to this condition, which has appeared after a prolonged reaction to very nasty insect bites - I find this article sympathetic, positive and encouraging - in conjunction with a very helpful GP.

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  • Karla's photo avatar
    Karla — 19.11.2017 10:26
    Best article for this condition just developed in last 2 weeks :(

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  • Isabell Ross's photo avatar
    Isabell Ross — 22.07.2017 05:50
    The best artical available and most helpful support thank you so much

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    • Mandy 's photo avatar
      Mandy — 24.07.2017 08:50
      Thank you very much for your feedback , if you have any questions please use the Ask Mandy tab at the top of the page or email mandy@avogel.co.uk

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