What is Eczema?

Eczema is a skin disorder characterized by itchiness, crusting patches, blistering and redness.
 
 
It is also called dermatitis (tetter or milk crust). It affects approximately 4% of the global population. Every year, about 30million Americans suffer from it.
 
 
Atopic dermatitis can be mild, moderate or severe. It can appear on the entire body. It is usually localized on the elbows, behind the knees, face, scalp, etc. In babies it often develops on the face, cheeks and chin.
 

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How to Treat Eczema
 
In adults, the symptoms tend to appear on the neck, wrist, ankles, inner elbow and knee. Milk crust is often diagnosed in children. The severity of the symptoms diminishes as children grow older.
 
 
In some rare cases, it might develop in adults. The appearance of a dermatitis patch differs from one individual to another.
 
 
Sometimes, eczema is called intense itch. The irritation is very tempting to itch. Frequent itching could lead to bleeding or the development of a more severe rash, thus provoking an even more intense inflammation and itching in a sort of self-perpetuating cycle.
 
 

Types of Eczema

 
Milk crust is classified into two groups: common and less common milk crust.
 
 
The common milk crusts include: atopic dermatitis, contact dermatitis, xerotic dermatitis and seborrhoiec dermatitis. The less common types include: dyshidrosis, discoid e., venous e., dermatitis herpetiformis, neurodermatitis and autoeczematization.
 

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Atopic dermatitis also called infantile e. or flexural e. is an itchy rash that often occurs on the head, scalp, inside elbows, behind the knees and buttocks. Atopic dermatitis can be provoked by a wide number of allergens such as house mites.
 
 
Irritant contact dermatitis is common in Western countries. Irritant contact dermatitis occurs when your body comes into contact with an irritant.
 
 
Common irritants include: industrial chemicals, detergents, fumes, solvents, tobacco smoke, paints, bleach, woolen fabrics, acidic foods, astringents, some soaps, cement, hair dyes, rubber gloves, pesticides, weed killers, some shampoos and fragrance.
 
 
Allergic contact dermatitis occurs when the body comes into contact with an allergen.
 
 
Xerotic eczema also called asteatotic tetter, craquele or winter itch is very common among senior citizens. It arises from extreme skin dryness. The symptoms worsen during the heart of winter.
 

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Seborrhoeic dermatitis is marked by the greasy peeling of the scalp, eyebrows, face and sometimes trunk. In children, it is called cradle cap. Seborrhoeic rashes resemble dandruff.
 
 
Researchers postulate that seborrhoeic rashes develop due to an abnormal inflammatory response to skin yeast such as malassezia.
 
 
Factors that aggravate seborrhoeic rashes include stress, illnesses, heavy alcohol and change of seasons.
 
 
Dyshidrosis rash develops exclusively on palms, soles, sides of fingers and toes. It is sometimes called vesicular palmoplantar dermatitis. It is characterized by small opaque lumps called vesicles.
 

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Discoid or microbial rash is characterized by round spots of cracked skin within clear-cut boundaries. The condition is sporadic i.e. it comes and goes.
 
 
Venous or stasis dermatitis occurs in people with faulty circulation, varicose veins or edema. It is characterized by erythema, scaling, itching and darkening of the skin.
 
 
Dermatitis herpitiformis also called Duhring’s disease is a symmetrical rash that frequently occurs on the arms, knees, thighs and back. It is similar to celiac disease.
 
 

How to Treat Eczema

 
It can be treated with the use of ultraviolet light. This treatment methodology is called light therapy. Light therapy is not risk-free. Excessive exposure to sunlight can result in skin cancer.
 
 
Systematic immmunosuppressants such as ciclosporin, azathioprine and methotrexate have been proven to be effective. However, usage requires frequent blood tests due to the major side-effects involved.
 
 
The revitol cream is a potent natural remedy for eczema.
 

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The revitol cream has no side-effects because it is made entirely from organic ingredients. It is safe for both babies and adults.
 
 
Extensive clinical research ranks the revitol cream as a state-of-the-art remedy. Order the FDA-approved revitol cream now and get rid of your eczema.