You would need to get prescription medicines for the same,
Oral steroids may be used for a short period of time.
I would recommend using Tacrolimus in addition to DIPROBATE so that once the steroid cream is tapered the Tacrolimus can be continued to provide long term relief.
Also, sometimes anti-fungal creams and even UV lights may help..
What You Can Do
Moisturize. The best way to keep your skin from drying out is with thick creams (Cetaphil, Eucerin) and ointments (Aquaphor, Vaseline), not with thinner lotions. The best time to do this is right after you wash your face. If ointments are too greasy for your face, try using them only at night.
Clean gently. Soap can irritate your skin, but washing with water alone may not be enough, especially if your face is oily. Use a gentle non-soap cleanser instead.
Keep an eye on the temperature and humidity. Use only cool -- not hot -- water on your face, and for as little time as possible. Stay away from places that are too hot or activities that make you sweat. They can make you itchy. Air that’s either too dry or too humid also can irritate your eczema.
Consider the sun. Some people’s eczema gets worse in sunlight, use a sun screen as needed,
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