Atopic dermatitis (AD), also known as eczema, is the most common inflammatory skin disease in childhood and it is characterized by pruritic (itchy) lesions . Although it is often mild, atopic dermatitis symptoms can be difficult to control and they can
As summer approaches, our skin faces a new challenge: sun exposure. For healthy skin, dermatologists recommend to avoid prolonged exposure and the use of sunscreens. However, the relationship between sensitive or atopic skin and the sun is a bit more
You have been experiencing annoying sensations in your skin for a long time. You have dry and scaly patches that cause eczemas with an intense itching sensation. The dermatologist confirms your suspicions: you suffer from atopic dermatitis but you still
The outermost layer of the skin is the epidermis. This layer is, in turn, formed by several sublayers containing mainly keratinocytes that are positioned in ascending layers according to their maturation degree. The last state of maturation of the keratinocytes
Summer is coming and, as always, brings the desire to lie in the sun, spend long hours in the water, play sports outdoors and enjoy meeting friends outside, especially this year. However, we shouldn’t forget that in this time of
Skin redness that appears for no apparent reason, annoying recurrent itching, dryness, small lesions or uncomfortable sensations that show up as a consequence of temperature changes… Surely all this sounds familiar for some of you and the fact is that
We explained in previous posts the mechanisms by which melanocytes synthesize melanin to protect our skin from solar ultraviolet radiation. This melanin is packaged and migrates to the outermost layers of our skin causing the sun tanning typical of summertime.