Often beginning in childhood, could be associated with seasonal allergies, asthma, and family history.
everyone gets this type of eczema at least once. Often caused by
chemicals in skin care products or plants. Poison ivy is an example of
allergic contact dermatitis.
Tiny blisters on your hands, feet, or both is one sign of this type of eczema
If the skin on your hands is dry, thick, and scaly, you might have hand eczema. Relief requires finding the cause.
Self-care is essential for getting this eczema under control. It’s usually related to venous insufficiency and varicose veins.
of eczema depends on the type and severity. Patch testing is sometimes
necessary for establishing the cause if Contact dermatitis is suspected.