NHS spends £23million a year on 'useless' eczema lotion

Emollient bath additives are estimated to make up as much as a third of cost of treating eczema in UK, according to BMJ report But researchers found ‘no evidence of clinical benefit’ when they were used in addition to standard care for condition Eczema often treated by emollients: creams, soap substitutes, bath additives 

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Published: 23:34 BST, 2 May 2018 | Updated: 23:34 BST, 2 May 2018

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The NHS is wasting more than £23million a year on anti-eczema products that do not make any difference, a study has suggested

The NHS is wasting more than £23million a year on anti-eczema products that do not make any difference, a study has suggested

The NHS is wasting more than £23million a year on anti-eczema products that do not make any difference, a study has suggested.

Emollient bath additives are estimated to make up as much as a third of the cost of treating eczema in the UK, according to the report in the

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