While atopic dermatitis can have a significant effect on your life, we believe it shouldn’t rule it. Here, we'll discuss some of the things that can make living with AD challenging, whether you have AD yourself or whether you're caring for a child with AD. Then we'll show you ways to help manage these factors. We'll dive into the many treatments for AD and you can also find our useful tools and guides that aim to help you feel better prepared for conversations with a dermatologist.
We know that control isn't just about the symptoms you feel and signs you see, it's also about how AD is impacting your quality of life.
The Atopic Dermatitis Control Tool is a short scientifically validated questionnaire that will give you and your dermatologist a good idea of your control level. Give the 6 questions a go and take your result to a dermatologist.
Is your AD under control, or do you feel you could manage your AD better? This page can help you to understand and achieve long-term control.Find control
Discussing treatments with your doctor can feel daunting, but we've got the information you need to feel confident in your appointments.Discover more
Is AD making you feel stressed? And is that stress making your AD worse? Learn more about that cycle, and find tips to get out of your rut.Find out more
AD can take a toll on your mental health. Be sure to check-in with yourself – and consider how AD is really making you feel.Discover more
AD can make night-time a nightmare. If AD is getting between you and a good night's sleep, this page can help you see why.Learn more
Big wooly jumpers might sound cosy to some, but they could be making your itch worse. Discover which materials you might want to avoid.Find out more
Your AD can change with the seasons. So come rain or shine, it's good to understand the impact the seasons have.Discover more
Some of the foods you eat may impact AD, so it might be time to start checking your shopping list.Discover more
Atopic dermatitis or eczema shouldn't stop you from doing the things you love. If your AD is getting in the way of that, then it might not be well controlled.
By working with a dermatologist, together you may be able to find ways to get long-term control of your AD, and eventually start living life on your own terms.