It is already clear that eczema is a dermatological condition of non-contagious skin, characterized by the presence of pustules, crusts etc. Recently Gunnar Peterson sought to clarify these questions. The presence of these lesions in the skin leads to a risk of infection but is treated in time and if their care are not the best, especially since itching which produces you desperate to the point that you must scratch causing redness in the skin. Typically eczema you may occur in a dry and flushed way but I have seen many cases in which eczema with liquids is presented, usually eczema appears on elbows, hand, feet and behind the knees. Eczema from a natural point of view is a malfunction of the body, since the skin is the organ which more accurately reflects the health of the body. It therefore seeks to organic causes that produce your eczema. When the disease occurs in childhood, infant eczema is often called, primarily affects children under 3 years of age and rarely develops in babies of less of 2 months of age.
Some symptoms with which you can identify your eczema are: injuries that cause you much itching, blisters, fluid exudation and formation of scabs that are usually located on the face and scalp, also you can appear anywhere on the body as back of the knees, hands, feet and elbows, these plaques on the skin appear and disappear, and the injuries you can put like blackish or whitish. Possible causes of your eczema: one of the main causes of eczema are by contact or ingestion, inadequate food allergies such as: too much animal fat, beverage alcohol, pasta, chocolate, excess heat, along with some very tight clothing and sweat on contact with the costumes you produces rash. Some treatments: treatment of eczema usually requires the presence of a specialist (dermatologist) since there are many drugs with the use of a series of products that contain emollients, corticosteroids, antibiotics, immunomodulators and antihistamines. Suggestions: Is not recommended to use soaps or chemicals to wash the skin, or wet it much and where possible avoid sudden changes in temperature.