PATIENTS IN THE UK OR IRELAND
• Register at www.draron.com and pay the consultation fee.
• Email Dr Aron with details and photos of you or your child’s eczema.
• Please leave 5 working days for a response.
• Dr Aron will email you with details of the creams to use and copy in Landys
pharmacy.
• If you wish to purchase the creams from Landys, then phone them up to make
payment and arrange delivery of the mixed cream.
• Alternatively, you may be able to persuade your GP to give you the same creams
(and so at no charge). It is likely that you would need to mix the creams yourself in
this case (take appropriate advice first regarding the method).

PATIENTS IN AUSTRALIA
• Register at www.draron.com and pay the consultation fee.
• Email Dr Aron with details and photos of you or your child’s eczema.
• Please leave 5 working days for a response.
• Dr Aron will email you with details of the creams
• Take Dr Aron’s email and try to persuade your doctor to prescribe you the creams.
• Dr Aron strongly recommends that you find a compounding pharmacy to mix the
creams for you.
• If you are unable to find a compounding pharmacy then you can mix the creams
yourself (take appropriate advice first regarding the method and make sure that the
correct creams have been provided and, in particular, that the base does not include
urea).

PATIENTS OUTSIDE THE UK, IRELAND, AUSTRALIA AND SOUTH AFRICA
• Make sure that your doctor is prepared in principle to assist by prescribing the
creams which Dr Aron deems appropriate (typically a steroid cream and antibiotic
cream diluted in a moisturiser cream). This is important because Dr Aron is not
licensed to prescribe in these countries.
• Once you have your doctor’s agreement in principle, register at www.draron.com and
pay the consultation fee.
• Email Dr Aron with details and photos of you or your child’s eczema.
• Please leave 5 working days for a response.
• Dr Aron will email you with details of the creams to use and you can take this
information to your doctor and get your prescription from your doctor in the usual
way.
• Dr Aron strongly recommends that you find a compounding pharmacy to mix the
creams for you.
• If you are unable to find a compounding pharmacy then you can mix the creams
yourself (take appropriate advice first regarding the method and make sure that the
correct creams have been provided and, in particular, that the base does not include
urea).