Skin inflammation is dermatitis. is something that is observed generally in infants ranging from 3 year olds to 12 year olds. This eczema is a common term used to describe skin inflammation, another word used to describe million people every year out of which 85% are infants and the rest are adults. Doctors deny the fact that some people classify skin eczema as a disease meant and made for infants. This is a debatable topic because they believe as infants their immunity system is still at the developing stage and their skin is on the verge of transforming into a type that’ll stay with them forever. adult classifieds

Doctors are yet to find out the exact cause but it is believed to be linked to an abnormal function of the immune system in infants. Although some types of skin eczema are believed to be triggered with the use of soaps, detergents, cosmetics or chemicals that prove to be unfavorable for our skin. Research proves that allergies to certain substances also lead to the outbreak of skin eczema in the body. No matter how rare it may seem but sometimes psychological stress, temperature change or a drastic change in the climate can lead to this problem.

The most common symptoms of skin eczema are reddened or dry skin that itches or burns. The look of skin eczema differs from person to person; it’s more of a character trait. The first and the most common symptom of them all is intense itching. By doing this repeatedly, skin eczema can lead to dry and thickened skin. The location of skin eczema is the same for all the individuals it ranges from the face, necks to the inside of the elbows, ankles, knees, forehead, forearms and scalp. If skin eczema persists for a longer duration in an individual then it is referred to as chronic dermatitis.

Here are a few basic types of eczema on skin:

Atopic dermatitis: This is the most common type eczema observed in the world and the cause for it is an abnormal function of the immune system. Research indicates that this type of eczema is partially hereditary as it is connected to the family history in some way or the other.

Contact eczema: It is localized type and is generally caused by an allergic reaction to a substance or sometimes even a chemical such as an acid which can act as an irritant.

Seborrheic eczema: This is a rare type of eczema on skin and the rarest fact about this eczema is that its cause still remains unknown in the world. Its symptoms are yellowish, oily, scaly patches on different part of the body accompanied by itching and burning sensation.

To conclude we can say that there are indeed many types of skin eczema