Results for: Eczema

In Rashes

What is eczema?

a rash that comes up on many parts of the body must be treated immeadily
In Conditions and Diseases

How do you get eczema?

You can acquire eczema through genes, so if a member of your family has had or has eczema, you may have a chance of getting it. Another factor is the food you eat. Nuts, da ( Full Answer )
In Conditions and Diseases

How do you know if you have eczema?

Your skin will most likely itch and your skin will develop some red marks - partly from itching.
In Conditions and Diseases

Why do you have eczema?

Many thinks that eczema caused by abnormal functions of the immune system. Some studies tell that eczema is also caused by things that come into contact to the human skin and ( Full Answer )
In Conditions and Diseases

What can you do to your eczema?

You can try some home remedies like: Aloe Vera Shea Butter It's also recommended to stop drinking alcohol because alcohol triggers eczema. For additional informat ( Full Answer )
In Rashes

Where do you get eczema?

Eczema is not a type of allergy itself but can be triggered by certain foods we eat. It is the automatic immunity response of the body to refuse an attacker or something that ( Full Answer )
In Skin Disorders

How can eczema be treated?

Wash in soft warm water, not too hot or cold. Use a natural soap like Syrinx Za that is gentle on the skin. Then apply a natural emollient eczema cream preferably with the hea ( Full Answer )
In Eczema

How is eczema contracted?

Eczema is mainly genetic; if there is family history of allergies or asthma, you could get eczema. If that isn't the case, it's caused by an overreaction by your immune system ( Full Answer )
In Rashes

What to do about eczema?

ANSWER: Hi i have eczema and well it is not fun at all. And there is not a lot we can do about it since there is no cure. I have had eczema all my life so I have been to ma ( Full Answer )
In Eczema

Is it eczema or not?

To find out if it is eczema or not, it is always a good idea to check with a dermatologist. There are many skin conditions that might look or even react like eczema that might ( Full Answer )