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Are you ready to Change AD?

Whether you’re living with atopic dermatitis (AD), commonly referred to as eczema, or looking after someone who is, you’re in the right place. Change AD is here to make understanding and managing your AD that bit easier.

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About Change AD

We imagine a world where every person living with AD can do just that, live. And that’s what we’re here to help you do. To help you feel more confident in your own skin and in your dermatologist appointments. But most importantly, to help you find long-term control of your AD.

And that journey starts here. We’ve got tools to help you bust common eczema myths, learn about the underlying causes of your AD, and to see how controlled your AD is. You can also find guides to support you every step of the way.

So let’s Change AD, together.

Understanding AD

Understanding AD

If you want to feel confident in understanding the signs, symptoms and underlying causes of AD, we've got the information you need.

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Managing AD

Managing AD

Feeling like you've tried everything to manage your AD? Don't lose hope. We've got the tips, tools and information you need to get closer to control.

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Is your atopic dermatitis under control?

We know that control isn't just about the signs you see and symptoms you feel, 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 so they can assess what treatment might be best for you.

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A new way to see your atopic dermatitis

Atopic dermatitis is caused by a combination of genetic, immunological and environmental factors. By understanding these underlying causes in more detail, you’ll be able to have more informed treatment discussions with a dermatologist.

Watch our film to learn more, and to find a new way to see your AD.

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Let's get talking

Our Doctor Discussion Guide can help you feel more prepared for those all-important appointments.

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