Eczema/Dermatitis - PositiveHomeopathy



The exact cause of eczema is yet not known. Eczema is because of the inflammatory and immune-mediated response to an irritant or allergen. It is also commonly seen in individuals who have a family history of eczema or some allergies.


Eczema rash can be seen anywhere on the body. Eczema is found on the neck, flexures of the elbow and flexures of the knee(behind the knee).

Signs and symptoms of eczema :

  • Reddish skin with burning sensation.
  • Itching and if it is scratched, fluid may ooze or crusts may form.
  • In severe stage of eczema, cracks and cuts may form.

Eczema is one of the common skin disorder. It affects children and adults equally. But the chronicity of eczema is seen more in adults. More commonly men are affected than female.

What if ignored?

Eczema should be taken care when the skin is still reddish and some eruptions are present. Otherwise, eczema could get infected and there will be discharged from the eruptions, with cracks and excoriation.

Why one can go for Homeopathy Treatment?

Homeopathic system of medicine has a large number of medicines especially for skin disorders. Skin diseases are very stubborn and tend to recur all the time. With the help of Homeo medicines either for eczema or any other skin disease. A healthy and glowing skin can be brought back. Most of the times, the tiresome application of ointments can be also be avoided by simple oral intake of Homeo medicines as they are so safe and non-toxic.

Positive Homeopathy’s SPECIALITY in dealing with Eczema / Dermatitis

Eczema is one of the common disorder or skin expression found in the majority of patients who visit Positive Homeopathy for Skin treatment. Many a time, patients turn to Positive Homeopathy with the advanced expression of eczema. In all the stages of eczema, be it early or chronic or severe stage, Positive Homeopathy have the advancements in treating eczema completely.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is eczema?

The term ‘eczema’ is used in two different ways. It can be used widely to describe any rash-like skin conditions. Or, it can be used to describe atopic dermatitis, a chronic skin condition that commonly starts during infancy and continues through into childhood.

Symptoms of eczema?

Atopic dermatitis commonly manifests itself in infants with dry and scaly patches appearing on the skin. These patches are often intensely itchy. The symptoms of atopic dermatitis can vary, depending on the age of the person with the condition.

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