Listed below are links to organisations that offer support and information which we hope will be useful. If you know of an organisation that you think others would benefit from knowing about and it's not on our list please let us know!

  • Action Against Allergy

    established in 1978 to help those suffering from any kind of allergy. Its aim is to advance understanding, awareness and recognition of allergic medical conditions and allergy-related illness, and the actions needed for research, diagnosis and treatment.

  • Allergy UK: Eczema

    Allergy UK is the leading national charity dedicated to supporting the estimated 21 million allergy sufferers in the UK.  We provide a dedicated helpline, support network and online forum for those with allergy and intolerance.

  • British Association of Dermatologists (BAD)

    The British Association of Dermatologists (BAD) is a charity whose objects are the practice, teaching, training and research of Dermatology.

  • British Association of Skin Camouflage

    The main objective of the BASC is to alleviate the psychological, physical and social effects that an altered image can have on someone’s life by the simple application of specialised skin camouflage products.

  • British Skin Foundation

    The UK's only charity dedicated to skin research, funding research for cures for skin disease and skin cancer.

  • Eczema Association of Australasia Inc

    an Australian site dedicated to improving life for those involved with eczema, through representation and education within the community.

  • Eczema Guide

    written by North American dermatologists who believe strongly in patient education.

  • House Dust Mite

    this site will help you understand why the house dust mite is such a health risk - has great animations. Discover ways to protect yourself against them.

  • Itchy Baby

    a resource for parents with babies suffering from atopic eczema. It's a UK based not for profit site with a small shop.

  • Itchy Kids

    the Wellington Eczema Support Group website in New Zealand. The purpose of the website is to gather eczema related information in a central location and make it available to those caring for itchy kids in New Zealand.

  • National Eczema Association (USA)

    promises to make a difference in the lives of people with eczema and their families by offering information & support, education, research grants and advocacy for increased federal research.

  • National Eczema Society (NES)

    can help by providing the practical information and support needed to manage your skin problem effectively. The helpline of the Information Department can provide you with full access to the latest information through membership, providing support for people with eczema and their carers.

  • Nottingham Eczema Support Group

    this site provides information for parents and carers of children with eczema.

  • Skin Deep Behind the Mask

    SDBM provides informative support to skin disease sufferers and their carers alike. The charity combines art, design, performance, technology & fashion into funding events.

  • SkinCell International Forum for Skin Disorders

    an international, non-profit, discussion forum for all skin complaints including acne, eczema, psoriasis, rosacea and many others. Open to sufferers, their family and friends.

  • Solve Eczema

    written by a parent, this information is to parents of children with eczema and how this mother got her son's eczema under control.

  • The Institute for Complementary and Natural Medicine

    The Institute for Complementary and Natural Medicine (ICNM) exists to provide the public with information on complementary and alternative medicine. It launched the British Register of Complementary Practitioners (BRCP) 20 years ago, making it one of the country’s longest-running multi-disciplinary Register of complementary practitioners.The ICNM believes there are many approaches to health and healing and continues to promote the integration of conventional and complementary medicine.

  • The United Kingdom Water Treatment Associaiton (UKWTA)

    is the national Trade Association for companies involved in the sale and use of point-of-entry/point-of-use (POE/POU) water treatment chemicals and equipment in the UK. The Associations aims to provide reliable and trustworthy information regarding what works where and when, and what installers and users need to do to conform to the requirements of the current standards and legislation.