Rosacea and Eczema
Rosacea-Ltd IV can be used to improve the appearance of rosacea and eczema Below you will find a variety of the most common forms of eczema.
Atopic eczema, the most common form of eczema, is characterized by dryness and thickening of the skin, and can lead to scarring. Atopic eczema is chronic and non-contagious, but is thought to be hereditary. It is usually located in areas of the body where the skin bends or is exposed tofriction, but can also be triggered by food and environmental allergens.
Symptoms of atopic eczema are the normal dry skin and cracked lines in the skin that are obviously very sensitive. And obviously very irritating to walk when there is atopic eczema on the front of the knee cap or on the back of the knee cap or on any other body skin area such as the elbows or the corner of the mouth.
Discoid eczema (also called gravitational eczema or stasis eczema) appears as coin-shaped areas of red skin, usually on the trunk or lower legs. These areas can itch and weep fluid, and can be worsened by a bacterial infection. Eruptions are recurrent and chronic and usually affect the elderly. The cause of discoid eczema is unknown.Discoid eczema does not run in families, and unlike atopic dermatitis, it is not associated with asthma. It does not result from food allergy. It is not infectious to other people, although it sometimes becomes secondarily infected by bacteria.
Nummular eczema most commonly appears on the arms, back, buttocks, and lower legs that may be crusted, scaling, and extremely itchy. Neurodermatitis most commonly appears as scaly patches of skin on the head, lower legs, wrists, or forearms caused by a localized itch that becomes intensely irritated when scratched. Minor skin injury such as an insect bite or a burn may start it off.
Moisturize your skin with Jojoba Oil or with Safflower Oil. Jojoba Oil is normally found in health stores while Safflower Oil is most often found in grocery stores at 1/10 the cost because of the large volume bottle size). Both are wonderful moisturizers that are very similar to the natural body oil. We would still recommend the Jojoba Oil which is technically a wax and protects the skin better, but if impossible to find, please use the alternate of Safflower Oil.
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