Atopic Dermatitis Facial Eczema
The symptoms of facial eczema atopic dermatitis are similar to those of Atopic Dermatitis anywhere on the body skin is dry, red, itchy, and irritable. Some people feel a stinging and or burning sensation. Scratching the itch makes symptoms worse and skin can become damaged, infected, and start to thicken.
Common triggers include such as soaps and detergents, including shampoo, washing up liquid, and bubble bath. Environment factors or allergens such as cold and dry weather, dampness, and more specific things such as house dust mites, pet fur, pollen, and molds.
Dermatitis On Face Treatment
- Appling to the affected skin corticosteroids cream, gels, or ointment.
- Appling to the affected skin certain cream or ointments affects your immune system.
- Exposing the affected area to controlled amounts of natural or artificial light.
Facial Eczema Treatment
- CeraVe Daily Moisturizing lotion.
- Eucerin eczema relief body cream.
- CeraVe healing ointment.
- La Roche – Posay lipikar balm AP+ intense repair.
- Vaseline intensive care body lotion
Eczema On The Face Causes
Different things can trigger atopic Dermatitis, such as genetics, in which case a family history of eczema is a risk factor.
Irritants and allergens may also play a role, so you might develop dermatitis on the face if you have food allergies or hay fever. A different thing can cause the problem of eczema.
Seborrheic Dermatitis Facial Treatment
The various types of facial Eczema can cause similar symptoms, so they often respond to similar treatments:
- Keep your skin moisturized.
- Use moisturizers that treat dermatitis.
- Identify and avoid products that cause irritation.
- Apply sunscreens when outdoors.
- See a doctor if OTC moisturizer doesn’t work.
Your doctor might recommend other therapies, including:
- Prescription topical corticosteroids or reduce inflammation.
- Prescription antihistamine.
- Light therapy.
- Steroids free topical such as crisaborole.
- Immune modulator such as topical tacrolimus and pimecrolimus.
Facial Contact Dermatitis Treatment
- Emollient, moisturizer is applied to the skin to stop becoming dry.
- Topical corticosteroids.
- Exposing the affected area.
- Hydrocortisone cream.
Facial Eczema On Black Skin
On darker skin, eczema can cause darker brown, purple or gray patches. The affected area may be swollen, warm, itchy, dry, or scaly. After a flare, the affected skin may look darker or liker than the surrounding area. Eczema can appear anywhere on the body.
- Topical corticosteroids reduce inflammation and can provide quick relief from itching.
- Systemic medication.
- Something health care providers recommend oral and injectable steroids if you have severe eczema flare.