Eczema: Types and treatment
Often beginning in childhood, this is a common type of eczema. Here are signs that a child may have it.
Almost everyone gets this type of eczema at least once. Find out when to see a dermatologist.
Tiny blisters on your hands, feet, or both is one sign of this type of eczema. See other signs.
If the skin on your hands is dry, thick, and scaly, you might have hand eczema. Relief requires finding the cause.
It can clear completely with the right treatment. However, finding what works for you can take time.
With the right treatment, many people see this eczema go away. Here’s what treatment involves.
Self-care is essential for getting this eczema under control. See what dermatologists recommend.
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