How you can help
Your support is vital to ensure the Society can continue to be there to help people whose lives have been affected by eczema.How you can help
Information and advice
It can be confusing finding the right information and advice about eczema that you can trust. National Eczema Society produces a wide range of evidence-based information on all aspects of the condition, from triggers to treatments. Do take a look and learn how to take control of your eczema.
What we do
National Eczema Society is the UK charity for everyone impacted by eczema. We offer expert information and advice and provide a collective voice for people with eczema to raise awareness, support research into new treatments, and campaign for better medical care.
Become a member / Renew membership
We’d love you to join National Eczema Society! Our charity has been working hard for our members for over 40 years. Annual membership costs just £25.00 if you live in the UK, and you receive our quarterly members’ magazine, Exchange.
National Eczema Society is supporting leading-edge eczema research to find new treatments for ezcema. We are on the brink of major breakthroughs in our understanding of the immune system and skin barrier function, and with it the potential of finding a cure.
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