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What is Ezcema

Eczema, also known as atopic dermatitis, is a disorder that results in dry, rough, itchy skin. It is one of many different dermatitis kinds. Damage to the skin barrier is caused by eczema (the "glue" of your skin). Your skin becomes more sensitive, more prone to infection, and drier due to this lack of barrier function. Some types of eczema skin disease can also cause blisters.

It is a chronic condition and tends to flare up periodically. It is not a contagious disease; therefore, it does not spread from one person to another.

Symptoms of Eczema

Eczema is a chronic skin condition characterized by red, inflamed, and itchy patches. Common symptoms include intense itching, dryness, and a rash that may appear as red, scaly, or swollen skin. In severe cases, blisters may develop, leading to oozing and crusting. Eczema often occurs on the face, hands, elbows, and knees, but it can affect any part of the body.

The condition tends to fluctuate, with periods of flare-ups and remission. Factors such as genetics, environment, and immune system dysfunction contribute to its development. Proper skincare, avoiding triggers, and prescribed medications can help manage symptoms and improve the quality of life for individuals with eczema.

Eczema Symptoms in infants

Eczema symptoms are usually seen in children less than 2 years of age:

  • Rashes on the cheeks and scalp
  • Rashes that tend to bubble-up before leaking fluid
  • Rashes that can cause excessive itching, which may pose difficulties in sleeping

Eczema Symptoms in children

The following eczema symptoms are generally observed in children aged 2 and above:

  • Rashes that appear on the wrists, neck, ankles, and the crease between the legs and buttocks
  • Rashes that appear behind the creases of elbows or knees
  • Bumpy rashes
  • Rashes that can grow darker or lighter
  • Skin thickening, also known as lichenification, can later develop into a permanent itch

Eczema Symptoms in adults

The following eczema symptoms are commonly seen in adults:

  • Extremely dry skin on the affected areas
  • Rashes that are scalier than the ones seen in children
  • Rashes that generally appear in the creases of the knees, elbows or the nape
  • Rashes that cover most of the body
  • Permanently itchy rashes
  • Skin infections

Learn more about symptoms of eczema

Causes of Eczema

Each individual's case of eczema has a unique set of causes. Skin conditions like eczema are usually caused by a combination of factors, not by one thing alone. Some types of skin eczema are brought on by

  • Soaps & Detergents
  • Cosmetics
  • Clothing
  • Jewelery
  • Sweat
  • Temperature Changes
  • Stress
  • Allergens

Types of eczema

Eczema refers to a group of chronic skin conditions characterized by inflammation and itching. The main types include:

  1. Atopic Dermatitis: Common in those with a family history of allergies.
  2. Contact Dermatitis: Triggered by contact with irritants or allergens.
  3. Dyshidrotic Eczema: Causes blisters on hands and feet.
  4. Nummular Eczema: Circular patches of irritated skin.
  5. Seborrheic Dermatitis: Affects areas rich in oil glands, like the scalp.
  6. Stasis Dermatitis: Linked to poor circulation, often seen in the lower legs.

Atopic Dermatitis

Contact Dermatitis


Nummular Dermatitis

Treatment involves managing symptoms and identifying and avoiding triggers. Learn more about types of eczema

Common site for eczema

Eczema can occur on various parts of the body, and the common sites include:

Eczema common site

Triggering factors of eczema

Eczema triggers differ from person to person, but common factors include:

  1. Allergens: Pollen, pet dander, dust mites, and certain foods.
  2. Irritants: Soaps, detergents, fragrances, and harsh chemicals.
  3. Stress: Emotional stress can exacerbate symptoms.
  4. Climate: Extreme temperatures, humidity, or dry conditions.
  5. Microbes: Bacteria, viruses, and fungi.
  6. Hormones: Fluctuations, especially in women.
  7. Certain Foods: Allergenic foods like dairy, nuts, and eggs.
  8. Scratching: Itching worsens inflammation.
  9. Clothing: Rough fabrics or tight clothing.
  10. Genetics: Family history of eczema or related conditions.

If ignored, it may lead to:

Affected quality of life Physical Level
  • Lack of sleep and decreased productivity at home and work
  • Higher health costs and more health-related problems
  • Adults with eczema are embarrassed of themselves and fear social interaction
  • Erythroderma (complete involvement of skin)
  • Offensive discharge
  • Pigmentation
  • Lichenification (thickening of the skin)
  • Post-inflammatory de-pigmentation

Homeopathic Treatment for eczema

Homeopathic treatment for eczema does not work to suppress the existing symptoms, but aims at treating the root cause of the condition. Homeopathic medicines are also effective in treating the various underlying conditions that trigger or aggravate skin eczema. They aid in gently boosting the functioning of the immune system and improving immunity so the body can fight the condition from within. Along with the physical symptoms, our homeopathic doctors also address the different psychological effects of eczema skin disease, such as stress, anxiety and depression. Homeopathic treatment for eczema significantly brings down the possibility of recurrence. The medicines help reduce itching, intensity, frequency and duration of the eczema flare-ups.

Advantages of Homeopathic Medicine For Eczema

  • Improves Skin Texture
  • Internal Healing Through Oral Medicines
  • Treats The Root Cause Of The Condition
  • No Side Effects
  • Natural and Effective

Diagnosis at Dr Batra’s®

The Dr Batra's® Skin Analysis System is an advance skin-specific analyzer that doctors utilize to determine your precise skin condition. Based on a computerized report we recommend an eczema treatment and create a specific treatment to treat eczema from the root after doing a comprehensive skin assessment test. Eczema treatment combines homeopathic medications, a healthy diet, and skincare tips.

In addition, we provide patients with individualized homeopathic eczema treatment based on the findings of the diagnosis. Our specialists offer specialized psoriasis care, which may involve psychotherapy, homeopathic eczema medication, and specific diet programs created by our nutritionists, among other things.

Dr Batra's® Derma Heal for Eczema

Derma Heal is a beneficial form of light skin therapy. It can treat redness, and blisters, It can also lessen itching. Due to their obviousness, eczema not only inflicts physical scars on the patient but also has a psychological effect on their self-esteem. Many people who have eczema undergo treatment, which may have unfavorable outcomes, while Dr Batra's® Derma Heal has given demonstrated success.

  • Easy and pain-free solution
  • Safe and Effective
  • Gives visible results in 5 weeks
  • Proven Effective with 400+ clinical research studies

Our homeopathic skin doctors offer a combination of homeopathy and advanced skin treatments to give our patients safe, effective, and long-lasting results.


Homeopathy Treatment results

Eczema patient experiences inflammation of the skin, which is characterized by itching, redness and an outbreak of lesions. If ignored, it becomes a chronic problem and a major health burden. Research has shown that homeopathy offers significant improvement in eczema without any side effects as compared to other conventional treatments. Dr Batra’s® has introduced India’s first 3D imaging device for the analysis and evaluation of skin health. The powerful diagnostic machine allows the skin to be viewed in 2 and 3 dimensions, and enables multi-spectral analysis of the epidermis and dermis.

Some of the illustrative case photos of patients treated at Dr Batra's:





Eczema is a skin disease with a tendency to last for years. Similar is the case with Mr. Anand. He is experiencing the eczema problem since 1995 but he ignored the condition and has not taken any treatment to cure the disease. Hence, the disease flared up, resulting in significant itching and discomfort. In 2008, he started taking treatment for eczema at Dr Batra’s. Since then, he has seen a lot of improvement. Now, he is continuing with the medicines prescribed by our doctors to achieve 100% satisfaction.

Myths and Facts

  1. Eczema is just dry skin.
    Eczema is inflammation of the skin & not merely dry skin
  2. Eczema is caused by stress.
    Stress can aggravate the existing eczema, but a direct role of stress causing eczema is not proven.
  3. You can catch eczema from your family members.
    Eczema is not contagious. You can not catch it from anybody.
  4. Eczema can be treated with applying moisturisers and using the correct soaps.
    Mere moisturising & using correct soaps will not treat eczema
  5. Eczemas persists throughout life.
    Eczema can be treated and does not persist throughout life.
  6. Blood purification is done for eczema treatment.
    Blood purification has nothing to do with eczema treatment.
  7. All eczemas are hereditary.
    All eczemas are not necessarily hereditary. Some of them have a genetic predisposition.
  8. Cosmetics help reduce eczemas.
    Cosmetics can aggravate eczemas and certainly do not cure them.
  9. Hand-washing helps to moisturise the hands.
    Hand-washing leads to the stripping of natural oils and moisture from the skin, making it dry and irritated.
  10. Stopping particular food items will eliminate eczema.
    Food habits have no relationship to eczema.


1. What Is The Best Treatment For Eczema?

The best eczema treatment is homeopathy, as it manages the condition's signs and symptoms while preventing recurrence, all while not harming the skin or general wellbeing.

2. How Do You Stop Eczema From Spreading?

3. What Are Symptoms of Eczema?

4. What Are Some Triggers For Atopic Eczema?

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