It's time to take back control from atopic dermatitis.
We're on a mission. A mission to empower and support you. A journey to put your frustration firmly in the past. One that'll reset your expectations for life with AD.
We are stronger together. It takes a team for change to triumph. A community. And that's exactly what we're building.
Get involved and together, let's #ChangeAD.
Understanding atopic dermatitis
If you have atopic dermatitis, you may feel you know the condition inside out. What you might not know is that it’s caused, in part, by an imbalance in your immune system. This can contribute to your symptoms and could impact your everyday life.Find out more
Living with atopic dermatitis
Living with atopic dermatitis can have a direct effect on your quality of life. If you feel your AD is impacting your life, you don’t have to grin and bear it. Finding effective ways to manage your atopic dermatitis in the long-term, can help you live life how you want to.Find out more
Atopic dermatitis community
When you have atopic dermatitis, it can feel like you’re on your own. Nothing could be further from the truth. Learn more about our commitment to #ChangeAD and the patient organisations, forums and other initiatives that may be available to you.Find out more
There are many reasons why it can be difficult to get a good night’s sleep, but AD-related itchiness is an extra irritation anyone could do without.
We’re social creatures, so connection and contact are central to our wellbeing. The unpredictability of poorly controlled AD can mean flares get in the way of enjoying time with the people we care about.
If your AD is not well controlled, you might find changes in weather and temperature can impact your symptoms. Given the forecast doesn't always predict the weather accurately, it can be difficult to plan around this.
Whether you like skinny jeans or thick woolly jumpers, you should decide on your look, not your AD.
Workouts aren’t supposed to be easy, but heat, sweat and friction can be an added discomfort for people living with AD.