The National Eczema Society. Organisation in the UK dedicated to the needs of people with eczema, dermatitis and sensitive skin.

The National Eczema Society

The National Eczema SocietyThe National Eczema Society is the only organisation in the UK and one of the most established organisations worldwide dedicated to the needs of people with eczema, dermatitis and sensitive skin.

The National Eczema Society was formed in 1975 when a newspaper article, prompting a large public response, indicated a vital need for an information and support service for people with eczema and their carers. From small beginnings the Society has grown to provide a comprehensive information and advice service, an extensive network of local contacts, an expanding network of local support, funds for research and a campaigning voice on behalf of people with eczema.

NES is the only organisation in the UK and one of the most established organisations worldwide dedicated to the needs of people with eczema, dermatitis and sensitive skin.

NES can help by providing the practical information and support needed to manage your skin problem effectively. The helpline of the Information Department can provide you with full access to the latest information through membership, providing support for people with eczema and their carers.

NES knows and understands the related social, personal and psychological effects of eczema and can help you manage your lifestyle accordingly to complement and support effective medical treatment and care.

  • Campaigning for a better deal
  • Increasing public awareness
  • Funding research into the causes and eventual cure
  • Representing the views of people with eczema

The National Eczema Society produces information on a wide range of subjects including:

  • Allergies and related conditions
  • Contact Dermatitis
  • Diet & eczema
  • Eczema in infancy and childhood
  • Treatments including complementary therapies
  • Reducing environmental allergens
  • Types of eczema and the stress caused by living with eczema

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