Life with Eczema
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      We know, life with eczema is not easy at all. Patients face not only significant physical symptoms, but often experience a negative impact on their emotional wellbeing. Whether you have eczema or care for someone who does, living with eczema is hard. We understand that this common skin condition affects every individual differently, and this platform is a space for you to learn about the condition and help you  cope better!

      What is Eczema?

      Eczema , also known as atopic dermatitis, is a recurring, non-infectious, inflammatory skin condition that causes dry, itchy skin, rashes, scaly patches, blisters and skin infections. However, it’s not like any other rash. It’s a complex condition in which the severe dryness is the result of the deficiency of structural elements like lipids and proteins in your protective skin barrier, which is further aggravated by environmental factors such as cold, heat, pollen, dust, aggressive cleansers that might further disrupt the skin protective barrier and facilitate the allergen penetration and pathogenic bacteria colonization, causing the inflammation and water loss.

      What are the Causes?

      Eczema (atopic dermatitis) is a recurring, non-infectious, inflammatory skin condition that causes dry, itchy skin, rashes, scaly patches, blisters and skin infections. However, it’s not like any other rash. It’s a complex condition in which the severe dryness is the result of the deficiency of structural elements like lipids and proteins in your protective skin barrier, which is further aggravated by environmental factors such as cold, heat, pollen, dust, aggressive cleansers that might further disrupt the skin protective barrier and facilitate the allergen penetration and pathogenic bacteria colonization, causing the inflammation and water loss. To put simply, the skin starts to lose more water as well and dehydrate which impairs its natural biological functions.

      What are the symptoms?

      Eczema , also known as atopic dermatitis, is a recurring, non-infectious, inflammatory skin condition that causes dry, itchy skin, rashes, scaly patches, blisters and skin infections. However, it’s not like any other rash. It’s a complex condition in which the severe dryness is the result of the deficiency of structural elements like lipids and proteins in your protective skin barrier, which is further aggravated by environmental factors such as cold, heat, pollen, dust, aggressive cleansers that might further disrupt the skin protective barrier and facilitate the allergen penetration and pathogenic bacteria colonization, causing the inflammation and water loss. T

      Are the symptoms different in children and adults?

      Eczema (atopic dermatitis) is a recurring, non-infectious, inflammatory skin condition that causes dry, itchy skin, rashes, scaly patches, blisters and skin infections. However, it’s not like any other rash. It’s a complex condition in which the severe dryness is the result of the deficiency of structural elements like lipids and proteins in your protective skin barrier, which is further aggravated by environmental factors such as cold, heat, pollen, dust, aggressive cleansers that might further disrupt the skin protective barrier and facilitate the allergen penetration and pathogenic bacteria colonization, causing the inflammation and water loss. To put simply, the skin starts to lose more water as well and dehydrate which impairs its natural biological functions.

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