Eczema is usually marked by dry and red patches of skin that itch and worsen when scratched. Eczema can occur anywhere on the body and if the skin is repeatedly scratched, the skin may become thick and rough.
It starts with acute itching which causes uncontrollable scratching. This frequent and rough scratching produces a rash that shows up as patches of red or inflamed skin that is covered with a flaky, dry skin. If it is repeatedly scratched, the patch may become crusty or ooze. Patches of eczema most often show up on the face, arms, and legs, but it can occur anywhere on the body.
There are various treatments offered at Krasa Skin Clinic for treating Eczema. Depending on the particular case, the treatment is combined with oral medication, creams that help reduce the itching and diet plans to ensure complete recovery from the stubborn disorder.