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Eczema Treatment

Our Eczema Treatment is offered in Montreal and Laval by industry experts, with friendly service, medical quality standards and the most effective technology.


Eczema, also known as atopic dermatitis, is a chronic skin condition characterized by itchy, inflamed, and red skin. It can be frustrating and uncomfortable, affecting daily life and confidence. At New Age Spa, located in Montreal and Laval, we offer expert treatments and comprehensive care plans to help manage and soothe eczema symptoms, promoting healthier skin and improved comfort.

Understand eczema

Eczema is a common skin condition that affects people of all ages. It is often seen in individuals with a family history of allergies or asthma and can flare up due to various triggers, including environmental factors, stress, and irritants. Eczema results in dry, sensitive, and itchy skin, which can sometimes lead to infections if not properly managed.

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effectively manage and treat eczema

Moisturizing Treatments: Proper hydration is crucial for managing eczema. Our intensive moisturizing treatments replenish the skin's natural moisture barrier, reducing dryness and irritation. Anti-inflammatory Therapies: We offer treatments that reduce skin inflammation and calm eczema flare-ups. These include topical treatments and medicated creams specifically formulated to reduce redness and soothe the skin. Light Therapy: For persistent eczema, light therapy (phototherapy) can be effective. This treatment involves exposing the skin to controlled amounts of natural sunlight or artificial UV light, which can help reduce symptoms and inflammation.


Enjoy significant savings of 20% when you purchase a package of three facials compared to individual treatment sessions. Consistency is key to achieving optimal results. By committing to a series of treatments, you'll experience enhanced skin rejuvenation and long-lasting improvements in texture and tone.


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    1. What are common triggers for eczema? Eczema triggers can vary but often include soaps, detergents, stress, weather changes, and allergens. Identifying and avoiding personal triggers is a key part of managing eczema.

    2. How can I improve my daily skincare routine to help manage eczema? Using gentle, fragrance-free products, avoiding hot showers, and applying moisturizers regularly can significantly help manage symptoms.

    3. Is there a cure for eczema? While there is no cure for eczema, effective management is possible through comprehensive skincare routines, medical treatments, and lifestyle adjustments.

    4. Can diet affect eczema? For some people, certain foods may trigger eczema symptoms. It is important to monitor your diet and identify any potential food triggers with the help of a healthcare provider.

    5. Are eczema treatments suitable for children? Yes, we offer treatments that are safe for children, who are often affected by eczema. Our treatments are customized to suit the delicate skin of children and effectively manage their symptoms.

    6. What should I do if I experience a severe eczema flare-up? For severe flare-ups, it is important to consult with a skincare professional. We can provide stronger treatments and adjust your care plan to better manage your condition.

Additional Information and Pre-Post Care Instructions

Before Treatment:

  1. Avoid Sun Exposure: Refrain from excessive sun exposure and tanning beds for at least one week before your appointment. Sunburned or tanned skin can increase the risk of complications and discomfort during the procedure.

  2. Discontinue Certain Products: Stop using retinoids, alpha hydroxy acids (AHAs), beta hydroxy acids (BHAs), and other exfoliating skincare products for a few days before your treatment. These products can increase skin sensitivity and irritation.

  3. Stay Hydrated: Ensure that your skin is well-hydrated leading up to your appointment. Drink plenty of water and moisturize your skin regularly to maintain optimal hydration levels.

After Treatment:

  1. Apply Soothing Products: Use gentle, non-irritating skincare products recommended by your skincare professional to soothe and hydrate your skin post-treatment. Avoid products containing harsh ingredients or fragrances that may exacerbate sensitivity.

  2. Protect Your Skin: Shield your skin from direct sun exposure by wearing a broad-spectrum sunscreen with an SPF of 30 or higher. Sunscreen helps prevent sunburn and minimizes the risk of hyperpigmentation, especially during the initial healing phase.

  3. Avoid Harsh Treatments: Refrain from using abrasive scrubs, exfoliants, or harsh skincare treatments for at least one week. These products can disrupt the skin’s healing process and increase the risk of irritation.

  4. Stay Hydrated: Drink plenty of water and moisturize your skin regularly to maintain hydration and support the healing process. Hydrated skin promotes faster recovery and enhances the results.

  5. Follow Post-Treatment Instructions: Adhere to any specific post-treatment instructions provided by your skincare professional. This may include avoiding certain activities, skincare products, or medications that could interfere with the healing process.

  6. Be Patient: Results may take time to become noticeable as the skin undergoes the natural healing and regeneration process. Be patient and consistent with your skincare routine to achieve optimal results over time.

Why choose new age SPA

At New Age Spa, our ethos is built on honesty, quality service, and results-driven treatments. Our dedication to maintaining industry-leading hygiene standards, alongside offering a diverse array of effective treatments and personalized client care, distinguishes us in the skincare domain.