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Life on
Your Terms

It’s time to live for today and plan for tomorrow.

Atopic dermatitis (AD) shouldn’t stop you doing the things that are important to you. If your AD is getting in the way of how you want to live your life, then it may not be well controlled.

Working together with a dermatologist could help you identify how to get better control and let you start living life on your own terms.

Watch the film at the top of this page.

The little things can be a big deal

Atopic dermatitis can interrupt lots of everyday activities, but getting long-term control can help you get back to living life your way.

Explore the images below to understand the everyday challenges people living with poorly controlled AD can experience.

Making a plan

If there are things you’d like to change about living with AD, you may want to try setting yourself specific goals. This could help you take a step-by-step approach towards better managing your atopic dermatitis long-term.

Think about what you want to change and the difference it would make to you. If there is something you want to strive for, setting yourself a goal can help you have the conversation you need with a dermatologist.