Eczema Treatment in Borivali, Mumbai

B.A.E Skin Clinic provides the most effective and comprehensive eczema treatment in Borivali, Mumbai. The clinic is equipped with advanced diagnostic tools and therapeutic modalities that enable the dermatologists to provide accurate assessments and deliver targeted treatments.

Eczema is a chronic skin condition that may start during infancy and continues through childhood. Some may get rid off over time but some will feel discomfort due to increased eczema with the growing age and have it into adulthood as well. This leads to major skin infections due to continuing itching, rubbing and scratching. These are the red, dry, itchy and scaly patches that appear on the skin.


  • Rashes cover most part of the body, especially around creases of the elbows, knees, or nape of the neck
  • Rashes can lead to dry skin, and become very prominent
  • The rashes are flakier and can become permanently itchy
  • The rashes can lead to severe skin infections


  • Dyshidrotic eczema –

    Cause irritation on palms of hands and soles of feet. They are characterized by blisters.

  • Neurodermatitis –

    They are scaly patches of skin on head, forearms, wrists, and lower legs. They are caused by a localized itch such as an insect or an ant bite.

  • Nummular eczema –

    They are circular patches of irritated skin and cause itchiness. They can be crusted and scaled.

  • Seborrheic eczema –

    They are oily, scaly yellowish patches of skin. It usually appears on the scalp and face.

  • Stasis dermatitis –

    Related to circulatory problems. You may find irritation on lower legs.

Treating Atopic Eczema

There is currently no cure for atopic eczema, but treatment can help relieve the symptoms and many cases improve over time.

However, severe eczema often has a significant impact on daily life and may be difficult to cope with physically and mentally. There is also an increased risk of skin infections.

Many different treatments at B.A.E Skin Clinic can be used to control symptoms and manage eczema, including:


  • Self-care techniques –

    Such as reducing scratching and avoiding triggers

  • Moisturizing treatments –

    Used on a daily basis for dry skin

  • Topical corticosteroids –

    Used to reduce swelling, redness and itching during flare-ups

Frequently Asked Questions

Who gets Eczema the most?

It is the most common skin condition that is found especially in babies and children.

Where does eczema most commonly occur?

The common sites where eczema occurs are scalp, cheeks, knees, and elbows.