If you have already seen a dermatologist and the dermatologist was uncertain about what these bumps were, I’d recommend you have a biopsy taken of one of these lesions to get a specific diagnosis in order to discuss treatment options.
Go to board certified dermatologist and get it diagnosed, you may need biopsy
It sounds like you might have a conditional like eczema since you say your skin is dry and itchy. However, if you recently started noticing dark patches on your face you need to see a dermatologist in order to get these spots looked at. I would recommend trying to get a sample from your doctor or dermatologist. If you are from Saudi Arabia, Eucerin US cannot send you a product at this time.
Anything from the Eucerin Plus Line should be helpful. Our new Professional Repair product would also work well. Sometimes gentle exfoliation in the shower with some kind of loofa once a week may help.
Best to show these to a board certified dermatologist, you could potentially need a biopsy.
Due to your specific skin condition it is really best to schedule an appointment with a board certified dermatologist. It might be best to experiment first when trying out a new product. Use the inner-aspect of your arm which is the most sensitive area and do a small test before proceeding to your face.
It would be best to discuss this with your board certified dermatologist in person.
Thank you for your question. It is best to consult with a board certified dermatologist in person to discuss your concerns. In the meantime, try a gentle cleanser like Eucerin Gentle Hydrating Cleanser, followed by a non-comedogenic moisturizer, like Eucerin Daily Protection SPF 30 Moisturizing Face Lotion.
Thank you for your question. The most important products to use is SPF to prevent sunburning, as this can cause your lupus to flare. I recommend the Eucerin Daily Protection Moisturizing Face Lotion SPF 30, and Eucerin Daily Protection Moisturizing Body Lotion SPF 15 for the body. You can also ask your doctor about using the Eucerin Redness Relief products. The Eucerin Redness Relief products are exceptional to combat the redness associated with rosacea. They utilize gentle ingredients such as licochalcone, which is found in licorice root. They are oil and fragrance free.
I do some work with Eucerin and wanted to help clear up your confusion. Eucerin Calming Creme and Skin Calming Creme are the same. In 2012 the brand relabeled products to better reflect the nature and texture of each item, so that would explain why you’re finding Eucerin Skin Calming Daily Moisturizing Creme in your local store. The Skin Calming Creme is a part of the Skin Calming Line which includes Body Wash, Moisturizing Creme, and the Itch Relief Treatment. The Skin Calming Itch Relief Treatment is specially formulated with cooling menthol to help relieve itchy skin right away, while Skin Calming Creme contains natural oatmeal moisturizers to help soothe dry, itchy skin. For more information about Skin Calming Creme, visit our website here: https://www.eucerinus.com/products/calm/eucerin-skin-calming-daily-moisturizing-creme.html
Use daily sun protection.
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