A skin infectious disease can easily worsened without proper treatment as the infectious microbe would try to excel in competition with other good microbes. Eczema is primarily an inside problem of the body and it manifests on the skin usually in the form of an itch or rash and sometimes can take extreme volume.
Mothers must try to treat eczema at the earliest using with natural skin care products that are soft on the babies’ skin. For adults dealing with eczema, it is helpful to know that their skin doesn't define who they are and their condition can easily improve with eating right food, with use of natural skin care products and reducing contact with obvious allergens. Below we share with you information on all kinds of eczema in adults and children so that when you are faced with eczema, you can easily decide that it is not just rash/dry skin but eczema that needs more attention and care from you.
Eczema Types in Adults
There are eight kinds of eczema and the word is basically a common term used for relating to any skin condition that is itchy and results in red/inflamed skin. One of the most common eczema types is Atopic Dermatitis (AD) that is caused by leaky gut and skin barrier problems. Then Contact Dermatitis develops when someone comes in contact with a known irritant/allergen.
Dyshidrotic eczema develops on feet and hands as itchy blisters upon coming in contact with allergens. Hand eczema cause is usually caused by genes/irritants combination. Lichen simplex chronicus causes thick scaly patches on skin formed by excessive scratching and rubbing. Nummular eczema occurs due to presence of allergens or very dry skin forming round lesions. Seborrheic dermatitis is white/yellow flaky or greasy patches. Stasis dermatitis affects legs leading to swelling of veins causing swelling and skin redness. It is important to understand that eczema is not the real problem moreover it is a result of another problem that the body faces like leaky gut, allergens and dry skin.
Eczema Types in Children
We had written a detailed article on different kinds of skin eczema in kids earlier and most eczema in children with go away permanently with proper skin treatment by the time they reach 9 years of age or so. Atopic dermatitis, contact dermatitis and seborrheic dermatitis, also known as cradle cap are the most common eczema kind in children. Read our full article on how to use natural Hokkaido beetroot sugars products to treat baby eczema organically. We developed Sucremor's online skincare products for eczema with the sole purpose of treating eczema without damaging the skin further and helping children/adults live free from eczema naturally.