I would suggest going to a Board Certified Dermatologist. A medical doctor that specializes in skin disorders as opposed to the "Botox Spa MD". If you live in an area that has a teaching hospital that would be the place to check out. Also, check out NORD. THe MD might even have you tested for allergies. Try keeping a journal of your diet each day, the weather,stress--this could help the MD and yourself mark what point you break out.
Also, check out Mayo Clinic Web-site,
Cleveland Clinic Website and Vanderbilt University Medical School
many people in my family struggle with eczema and have tried all of the doctors remedies that have little to no affect. finally my dad tried a cheap "dollar general" anti-dandruff shampoo that helped him unbelievably! It keeps moisture in the skin and stops scabbing. let me know if it works for you.
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