Eczema is an allergic reaction that causes inflammation in the skin causing itchiness and blisters.

Eczema can be quite a nuisance skin condition especially that which causes irritation of the skin and cause the skin to itch.

Symptoms begin with red elevated blisters, and when the blister break the area weep and ooze.

A number of people outgrow the condition in their childhood, while others have it throughout adulthood.

Managing eczema comes down to the basics of knowing your triggers, watch signs of infection and taking medication as prescribed consistently.

There are various types of eczema.

In order to come up with our rational treatment plan, our dermatologist differentiates they type of eczema. The following are types of eczema:

Atopic Dermatitis

It is hereditary, this type tends to happen at a tender age for those with a family history of allergies. The symptoms are rashes that tend to occur around the cheeks, neck, knees ankles and elbow.

Contact Dermatitis; just as the name suggests this type occurs when the skin is vulnerable toxin substances.

Fungal Infections

It often produces symptoms to many other eczema but the fungus can be seen under a microscope or culture.

Eczema Treatment

Eczema is one of the skin condition that is easy to treat. With proper diagnosis from our dermatologist, accurate medication is prescribed. Depending on the severity and the cause of your eczema based on the analysis done our dermatologist will advise you the dos and don'ts during after medication to ensure that your eczema does not keep on reoccurring.