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Your self-esteem, nor your social or emotional life are because the consequences caused by your eczema, we recommend to take care of your skin at home, this can reduce the excess of medicines. Our body is protected and covered entirely by our wonderful skin, that’s why we must treat it and care for it so that dermal diseases of your eczema which attacks several parts of our body such as elbows, behind the knees, hands, ankles, face, neck and upper chest, reddened it, irritating it and itching to the point of blistering is and burst. If you have eczema or think that you might have it the first thing you should know is that type of eczema is you are presenting, to also search for the right solution, there are many types of eczema, but atopic eczema is one of the most frequent and serious, well you should know that eczema is not contagious. Keep in mind that in many cases people suffering from eczema also may suffer from asthma and some allergies such as allergic rhinitis, the food allergies and this can trigger or worsen eczema. Allergies to animal dander, rough tissues and powder can also reactivate your eczema. Initially you let’s we begin to feel that your skin is heated and you start to bite and if you scratch much your skin will turn very red, it inflamara or will you fill it up of blisters, also run the risk that you eczema you ruptures and skin you put rough, also you can dry and scalysymptoms may vary enough from one person to another. The following factors can worsen the symptoms of your eczema: allergy to pollen, mold, dust mites or colds animals or influenza contact with rough material dry skin exposure to irritants environmental exposure to water feeling too cold or too hot fragrances or dyes added to lotions or soaps for the skin moisturizes your skin using ointment or Vaselinecreams or lotions, 2 or 3 times a day. Moisturizers must be free of alcohol, odour, dyes, fragrances or others chemicals.

Avoid wool and lanolin-containing materials, these materials are irritating your eczema. Avoid possible contact with water and use less SOAP than usual. Short and fresh bathrooms are better than long and hot baths you do not rub or put the skin with excessive force, or for a long time. After a swim, it is important to apply lubricating creams, lotions or ointments to the skin while it is wet, this will help trap moisture in the skin. Original author and source of the article.

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