Pictures of Eczema

atopic dermatitis pictures

Pictures of eczema and psoriasis may look similar, but they are not the same disease.


Eczema symptoms are much different and will vary due to a variety of causes and types.


But regardless of the symptoms, there is no question that eczema is an uncomfortable, embarrassing and sometimes painful condition. 



One question everyone asks - Is there an Eczema cure?


Unfortunately, no. But it is possible to take control and reduce eczema skin symptoms. While some over-the-counter products may not work, others are pretty effective.


It really depends upon the person and how bad their symptoms are. One thing is important, make sure the product is specifically formulated for the eczema condition. 

Below are some common pictures of eczema and eczema rashes.

Sometimes eczema looks like dry peeling skin. This type is usually found on the palms and feet.


Other times, eczema can look like dry, blistery patches of skin. A common place for this type of eczema is on the knees and elbows which tend to have thicker, drier skin than the rest of the body.

Atopic dermatitis pictures

Atopic Dermatitis

This recurring skin condition - also known as Atopic dermatitis - if often characterized by an itchy rash and dry, red flaking skin.


Eczema can occur on any part of the body and it's thought that it's brought on by allergies. The worst is when you see eczema symptoms in an infant!


Eczema skin symptoms usually start out as small red patches or flaky patches which almost always itch and sting. These patches can be found on the hands, legs, neck and face.


In children, eczema patches usually appear on the elbows and in the creases of the knees and arms.

Causes of Eczema

Nobody is really sure what causes eczema and why some people develop it and others don’t.


Many health care professionals believe that eczema symptoms stem from an overactive immune system and are further aggravated by environmental toxins or stress.


The most common causes of eczema flare-ups are:

  • chemical irritants such as harsh soaps and detergents, perfume, astringents, and pesticides
  • changes in humidity or temperature
  • irritants like fabrics that are scratchy like wool
  • emotional or physical stress

At this time, nobody has discovered a permanent eczema cure, but there are some home remedies for eczema that can help reduce flare-ups.


The most important factors for reducing eczema symptoms is to keep the skin moist. Letting it get too dry causes more irritation and cracks.


Also, try to use natural products, soaps, and washes and reduce the use of chemically laden products as much as possible.


Some people have even switched to fragrance free detergents and laundry soaps.


While there is no guarantee this will reduce your symptoms, it certainly can't and has helped quite a few people.......especially when you don't know what the cause is.

Remedies for Eczema

Many people look for home remedies in hopes to cure their eczema skin condition.. Unfortunately, there aren't any remedies that completely cure eczema conditions.


The most important step to take first, is to see a dermatologist to determine exactly what is causing this distressing skin condition. Especially since eczema, psoriasis and other skin allergies look so similar. A full diagnosis is your best course in  finding some relief. 


However, after you've been diagnosed by your doctor there are steps you can take to help ease your condition and help the severity of your condition and reduce flare-up incidents. 


Altering your lifestyle choices and diet can offer some relive.  Everything from choosing skin care products designed for eczema to avoiding certain foods can make a huge difference in your comfort.

Lifestyle and Diet Choices

Looking at the different pictures of eczema  is painful, but unless you have this condition, or know someone who does, it's hard to image just how painful it can be.


There are some life style choices that can help - along with your doctor's recommendations of course.


The most impressive one is the ability of omega 3 fish oil to help relief eczema symptoms.


One recent study found that high doses of fish oil (5.5 grams of DHA) significantly improved symptoms of atopic eczema after only 8 weeks. 1


In another impressive double-blind study, 1.8 grams of EPA was feed to a group of eczema suffers for 12 weeks. 2


Subjects reported significant improvement in symptoms. Researchers believe that large doses of fish oil may help relieve symptoms because it plays an important role in reducing inflammation.


This is just one natural lifestyle choice that could help with eczema discomfort. Visit the following pages for more detailed information on:  

Eczema and Diet  and Eczema - Lifestyle Choices.








Additional Reading

Eczema Skin Symptoms - Learn more about the symptoms of eczema and how to care for your skin.

Eczema Moisturizer - What type of moisturizer to choose from.



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