Journal of Dermatology Research and Skin Care

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Review Paper - Journal of Dermatology Research and Skin Care (2023) Volume 7, Issue 3

A review on cosmetics in the management of skin diseases

A persistent cutaneous inflammatory illness marked by breakdown of the skin barrier is eczema, often known as Atopic Dermatitis (AD). There are millions of people affected by this chronic inflammatory skin disorder globally. Although the pathogenesis of the condition is not fully understood, it appears to be the result of a complex interaction between immune dysregulation, environmental and infectious agents, and defects in skin barrier function. As there are no diagnostic tests for AD, the diagnosis is made using precise clinical criteria that consider the patient's medical history and outward signs of the disease. There are many different pharmacological treatments available, but they frequently have serious adverse effects and may not be appropriate for all people. Cosmeceuticals, which are cosmetic products that include biologically active components, have emerged as a viable alternative for the treatment of Eczema. The pathophysiology of eczema, the various cosmeceutical kinds that can be used to treat it and how they work are all covered in this review. The review also covers the potential advantages and disadvantages of these products, as well as the clinical evidence supporting the use of cosmeceuticals in the management of eczema. Overall, cosmeceuticals are a useful tool for managing eczema and provide an alternative to conventional pharmaceutical therapies. Patients should consult carefully with their healthcare experts to choose the best treatment plan according on the kind and severity of their Eczema in order to completely grasp their efficacy and safety.

Author(s): Himanshu Sachdeva*

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