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is it what you think it is! -dyshidrotic eczemaaaa

Dyshidrotic Eczema: Usually affects your feet(commonly the soles of your feet), along with affecting the sides of your fingers and hands. Symptoms Include: burning rashes severe itching swelling extreme pain tiny blisters skin lesions and crusting It is suggested that dyshidrotic eczema is caused by sweat being trapped in the aforementioned parts of the body. There's a study showing that it could also be caused by hereditary allergic responses. http://theeczemasp -eczema/  (Jun 14, 2013 | post #1)


Foot Eczema!?!

The soles of the feet are mainly affected by this type of eczema. You can experience itching, burning, swelling, peeling/cracking, sweating, crusts, and/or blisters. Risk factors for having foot eczema: stress, weather, people with existing disorders like hay fever, an existing infection, allergens, etc. There are different treatment types depending on the severity of the eczema. Usually corticosteroid creams, and topical retinoids. Feel free to check this link out for more info about eczema on your feet! http://theeczemasp / https://www.facebo czema-Spot/4214718 61279506?ref=hl  (Jun 13, 2013 | post #1)


Eczema - natural treatments

There are some effecting natural treatments you can use if you are dealing with eczema. Aloe Vera - helps heal inflamed skin and stops the itching. Olive Oil - helps moisturize the skin, is very light so wont clog any pores either. Calendula Cream - A very effective 'eczema removal cream', contains anti-inflammatory and bacterial removal properties. Find out more info here if you would like: http://theeczemasp atment-of-eczema/  (Jun 12, 2013 | post #1)


Seasonal treatment of eczema

If your dealing with frequent eczema flare ups, it really helps to keep the skin hydrated and moisturized, especially during the winter months. During the summer months, make sure you use a sunscreen that is non scented as well. When you use lotions and moisturizers, try to make sure they do not have any perfume in them or are scented, since this usually triggers flare ups. You can use topical ointments to help with the itching if you are having trouble with that. When you take a shower/bath, make sure that it is not too hot, a luke warm shower is best as the hot water dries out the skin more which in return can make it more irritated. https://www.facebo czema-Spot/4214718 61279506?ref=hl http://theeczemasp eatment-of-eczema/  (Jun 11, 2013 | post #1)


Can't stop itching!!!!

Eczema is a chronic skin condition caused by an allergy/irritant to something in the environment. Eczema is not contagious, though many many people have this. The most common symptom would be extreme itching, along with red dry skin. Find out more here: http://theeczemasp  (Jun 10, 2013 | post #1)


Pustular Psoriasis

Compared to the main type of psoriasis, pustular psoriasis shows up as a more pronounced redness and swelling on the affected areas accompanied by small, pus filled blisters. These postules that appear are usually seen in groups as opposed to just one or two. There are only a few documented cases of this type of psoriasis as most of them go undiagnosed. If this is not diagnosed and treated as soon as possible, you can end up being admitted to the burn unit because of the severity it can present itself with when left untreated. http://theeczemasp oriasis/  (May 31, 2013 | post #1)


plaque psoriasis

This is the most common type of psoriasis. plaque psoriasis causes the person's skin to develop dry flaky, silver-colored patches of skin. This is caused by abnormally fast skin renewal triggered by an autoimmune response. You can find out more here: http://theeczemasp iasis/  (May 30, 2013 | post #1)


is eczema contagious!?!

I have heard many people ask if eczema is contagious... Well there is one specific type of eczema that is quite contagious which would be 'eczema herpeticum'. With eczema herpeticum, the virus enters the defective skin and starts attacking different body organs like brain, eyes, and liver, etc. This condition is caused by herpes type 1 or 2, which can be spread by direct contact or sharing utensils, etc. Other types of eczema such as nummular eczema, or seborrheic eczema are not contagious. http://theeczemasp ontagious/  (May 28, 2013 | post #1)


Nummular Eczema

Nummular Eczema - also known as discoid eczema. This is a chronic form of eczema in which rashes will appear forming red coin shaped discs on the affected areas. - Can affect various body parts such as: lower body part, hands, trunk, and forearms. This is NOT contagious! Some Signs and Symptoms of nummular eczema: - red, round plagues on affected areas - lesions become really itchy - affected areas may feel as though they burn Some Triggers of nummular eczema: - insect bites - skin burns - minor skin injuries Some Treatment Options: - Keep skin hydrated - Take baths using cool water - Keep skin moisturized using moisturizers, creams, oils, lotions, etc. - Use of corticosteroid creams can help relieve inflammations - Antibiotics may be given if a secondary infection becomes present with nummular eczema. http://theeczemasp zema/  (May 27, 2013 | post #1)


Eczema around eyes

There are some people that unfortunately get eczema around their eyes, which can be very irritating. The eczema will develop within the eyelids along with the surrounding areas of the eyes. The inner corners of your eyes may become very itchy, and the affected areas can appear patchy, swollen, and red. Mainly caused by certain allergens, such as to dander, dust, food items, and skin products. To help with the flare ups, you may be asked to use creams containing cortisone. Maintain clean hygiene and a healthy lifestyle, along with making sure you are always hydrated. If you want to use topical creams, make sure they are mild and more organic and natural as the eye is a very sensitive area. For more info: http://theeczemasp nd-eyes/ https://www.facebo czema-Spot/4214718 61279506?ref=tn_tn mn  (May 23, 2013 | post #1)


Eczema on hands

The skin on the sides of your fingers and on the palms of your hands will become extremely itchy and inflamed if you have eczema on your hands. People with a family history of this skin condition are usually more vulnerable to it. In a lot of cases, the children who have this eczema, as they grow older, may have the symptoms appear less frequently. If this is not controlled quickly, or you scratch to try and relieve the itchiness, the skin can become thickened and cracks and red scaly patches will appear on the skin with possibly excruciating pain on the affected areas. You should never give in to the urge to scratching these areas of the skin, the best thing for you to do is find creams to help relieve the inflammation and other symptoms. Generally creams containing corticosteroid are used to reduce the symptoms. Ways to help prevent and reduce the flare ups of eczema on your hands would be to keep hands dry, avoid dust, animal dander, and harsh detergents and soaps, etc. http://theeczemasp ands/ https://www.facebo czema-Spot/4214718 61279506?ref=hl  (May 22, 2013 | post #1)


Eczema in children

Eczema is a skin condition caused by the occurrence of over stimulation in your immune system. You can get symptoms such as rashes, red patches, dryness and itchiness of the skin, and sometimes even blisters. Children with eczema is quite common and it could be due to things such as allergies, sensitive skin, etc. If this is the case, you should use mild unscented soaps, detergents, lotions, etc. You could even use soaps and detergents containing more organic ingredients which would really be better for the skin. Home remedies for the flare ups of eczema in children would be the use of - oatmeal powder(mixed with a bit of milk) on the affected area to help soothe the the redness and itching. - Using baking soda(mixed with water) also helps on the affected area to reduce the inflammation. - Olive oil on rashes also helps, and is very light so will not clog any pores. http://theeczemasp hildren/ https://www.facebo czema-Spot/4214718 61279506?ref=tn_tn mn  (May 21, 2013 | post #1)


Seborrheic dermatitis is dandruff in the extreme

Seborrheic eczema can be found on the scalp, face, and even the torso, even though it is typically found on the scalp as red flaky, scaly, itchy skin similar to dandruff. This can be caused by environmental, genetic, immune systemic, and hormonal factors. In children, it can be because of too much Vitamin A in their body. The best way to help with this would be proper hygiene(of course). You may also be recommended over-the-counter topical treatments like shampoos, creams, etc containing anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal and oil suppressing ingredients. For home rememdies, you could use cleansing herbal teas wich herbs such as burdock root and red clover to help with the moisture imbalance. http://theeczemasp dermatitis/  (May 21, 2013 | post #4)


skin care for eczema on scalp

Eczema on your scalp can sometimes be mistaken for dandruff by many people. You can tell when it is eczema because eventually the the rash on your scalp will start to ooze, and sometimes will even have quite a foul smell to it. CAUSES: this could be because of the different products, shampoos, etc that are used on your scalp. Weather conditions can also trigger the onset of your scalp eczema. REMEDIES: practice good hygiene, switch the hair products you are using to milder ones, products that are more organic. Some recommended ingredients include emu oil, tea tree oils, etc. Try not to give in to the urge to scratch your scalp, instead massage it, which also helps as it stimulates the blood vessels. http://theeczemasp calp/ https://www.facebo czema-Spot/4214718 61279506?ref=hl  (May 17, 2013 | post #1)


Guttate Psoriasis caused by bacterial infection!?!

It's identified by small, pink drops that appear on the affected areas of the skin. It's NOT contagious though. Usually found on legs, arms, and possibly the trunk. This is caused by a bacterial infection. You can start noticing this on the skin after a couple of weeks of having strep throat. Guttate Psoriasis is a chronic condition and can be caused by any different strep bacteria like a cold, or even chicken pox. This is one of the most uncommon types of psoriasis. If you want more info check this out http://theeczemasp riasis/  (May 16, 2013 | post #1)

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