Eczema causes a type of rash that can be red and very itchy. Eczema occurs when your skin reacts to substances such as allergens, irritants and toxins. In this way eczema is related to environmental allergies.
Luckily PlushCare makes getting eczema treatment easy and fast. With PlushCare’s online eczema treatment service, you can talk to a doctor and get a prescription sent to your pharmacy.See our FAQs
Check Your Symptoms
If you have the following symptoms it is important to take precautions to prevent infections as the skin is more vulnerable. Common symptoms of eczema are:
If you or your child are experiencing the symptoms above talk to a doctor for an official diagnosis and treatment plan.
Get a Prescription Online
If you or your child is experiencing an eczema flare up you can talk to a PlushCare doctor about getting an eczema prescription online. If a PlushCare doctor thinks you or your child could benefit from medication they can write a prescription and electronically send it to the pharmacy of your choice.
In addition to prescription medication, there are many at home remedies and over the counter products to help calm an eczema flare up.
Pick up at these and thousands of other pharmacies nationwide
Things you can do to help prevent eczema flares:
Different flares may need different and various treatments. Some eczema treatment methods include:
1. Schedule an appointment from your phone
2. Speak with a doctor for 15 minutes
3. Pick up your prescription from a pharmacy near you
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Jul 8th, 2019
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Jun 13, 2019
"After my appointment was completed my prescription was available immediately…. My doctor wants to help me with both my ongoing condition maintenance as well as other health concerns I have." -Eric E.
Mar 11th, 2019