What is Eczema?
Eczema, also known as atopic dermatitis, is a skin condition in which the skin appears to be dysfunctional and patches of the skin become rough, dry and inflamed with blisters causing itching and bleeding.
Eczema can occur in children or adults, but it’s getting more and more common among children age 10 and below. When eczema occurs, it’s usually at folding parts of the body and it can easily spread when you scratch it and have wounds on your skin. Certain patches and wounds, which refuse to heal, can develop into hives that constantly bleed and drain pus.
The condition can lead to insomnia and depression due to itchiness at night. During a flare up, the skin will become red and flaky and it can be extremely painful when the skin is contacted. For example, this sensitive condition can make it difficult to take a shower.
Eczema can be categorized into a few types. Below are some of the most common types along with corresponding case studies:
Nummular Eczema Case Study
Nummular/discoid eczema is a chronic condition that produces coin-shaped spots on the skin. These spots are often itchy and may ooze or become crusty.
Before using our product, Ethan had numerous red blotches on his hands, face and legs. It was difficult to heal those patches because pus was always coming out of them and making the wounds wet and sticky. To make matters worse, if the wounds stuck to clothing, they would expand as he stretched around.
After using Euzema™, the wounded areas dried up and the pus was expelled. The patches slowly turned back to his original skin color – going from reddish to pinkish and then to whitish before his handsome brownish skin color returned.
Atopic Toddler Eczema Case Study
Atopic eczema is the most common of the many types of eczema that causes intense itching and then a red, raised rash. It’s common in children but can occur at any age. Atopic eczema is chronic and tends to flare periodically and then subside.
Many parents mistakenly think mild rashes are just random teething milk rashes. This may be true for certain cases, but if the condition lasts and is not well taken care of, the rashes can develop into eczema.
Audrey’s red and severe rashes occur mostly on the folded parts of the skin as you can see. They could only be controlled with moisturizer and steroid cream for a short period of time. After that, they would come back again and again.
The worst part was the intense itchiness the rashes caused. The itchiness troubled her at night and scratching was the only way to get some sleep. Unfortunately, her skin became more vulnerable as she scratched constantly. Hence, the irritation grew whenever it was hot or when she sweated.
With the help of our remedy, she managed to get her healthy skin back. She hardly got any flare-ups, even in hot weather. Her skin became more resilient and the texture returned to normal without any unnatural discoloration.