What is eczema?

Eczema, also known as “atopicdermatitis” is a chronic inflammatory skin condition commonly affecting children and in rare instances, seen in adults. Genetics play a very important role in eczema.

Studies have shown that individuals with a family of atopy (e.g. eczema, asthma and allergics in usitis) are at a higher risk of developing the disease compared to the general population.

Symptoms of eczema Intense itchy rash mostly seen on flexural areas Colour changes – In people with light skin, areas with eczema might look red or pink. In people with dark skin, they might appear dark brown, purple, or gray. Skin that flakes off or forms scales

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