It's time to uncover the facts about Atopic Dermatitis

There are millions of adults around the world that are suffering from a chronic form of eczema called atopic eczema or atopic dermatitis. But it's more than just itching and inflammation. See what's going on under the skin to discover the bigger story behind atopic dermatitis.

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When I have flare-ups on my hands, I'm self-conscious about it the whole time.”* Rene, 42

Sometimes, your skin seems calm and manageable. But if you only focus on atopic dermatitis at the skin's surface, you're not considering one of the underlying causes.

*Individual experiences may vary.

Stay Connected

Check out different communities and organizations to connect with other adults living with atopic dermatitis and see what new strategies they may have to offer.

Celebrating the second annual
September 14th

World Atopic Dermatitis Day is a campaign designed to raise awareness of a chronic form of eczema, known as atopic dermatitis, and to help people understand the burden of living with this condition.

This day commemorates the second time the atopic dermatitis community will have the opportunity to create greater awareness about the impact of this condition and to support those living with atopic dermatitis.