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We will talk about the problem of face eczema, which troubles equally adults and children. It can be very discomforting and painful so some of the treatments and remedies we will focus on in this text may give you some relief if you are having face eczema problem. This problem is a skin disorder that can be developed on any area of the body. The most common areas of the body that eczema affects are legs, hands, back, chest, and face. This problem can create much greater emotional problems, since this is a very unpleasant condition, and in some cases persons with face eczema are depressed. So, read the following text and see if you can find a way to eliminate the red spots on the face.

Symptoms and Causes of Face Eczema

There are many factors that contribute to the creation of face eczema and among them are prolonged stress, allergies, hormonal fluctuations, dry weather and pollutants. These are the most common causes of the eczema in general and not only the face eczema. Parents who have eczema usually transfer the problem to their children, and this happens in 80% of cases. Seborrhoeic and atopic eczema are the two most common types of face eczema. Sides of the nose, areas around the eyes and eyelids are facial areas that are mostly affected by eczema. The spots created by the eczema may be flat, elevated, inflamed or reddish, while the skin affected by the problem usually becomes irritated, itchy and dry. In some cases, lichenification can occur, which is a thickening of the skin, caused by the constant scratching. The face eczema may be followed by red rash on the face and then by fluid filled blisters. The blisters then pop and the fluid is removed, but for this to happen several days have to pass. After popping, the blister will crust and heal.


It is hard to treat the face eczema, because of the delicate area in which it usually appears, and because detecting the exact cause of the problem may prove to be difficult. The symptoms of the atopic eczema can be brought under control, but the problem usually cannot be treated. As we have said, the exact cause is difficult to find, so the treatment depends on finding the exact product for the treatment. It is best to use some natural products, but remember to read the ingredient list before you start to use any product. If the problem is persistent, visit a dermatologist who will probably give you some creams for eczema and medications, like steroids, antihistamines, antibiotics and others.

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