What is eczema ?
Is eczema contagious ?
What causes eczema ?
How do I treat it ?
One of the most commonly asked questions is, “is eczema contagious”. The answer is no. Although eczema is not contagious, it is important to treat eczema immediately so that it does not get worse. The longer you wait to treat eczema, the worse it gets. It can become quite painful and unsightly if left untreated. Also it is very important to never scratch! Scratching makes it worse.
Eczema is an inflammation of the skin usually caused by an allergic reaction. Causes can include: Foods, heredity, stress, certain types of clothing like wool, dust mites, cosmetics, pets, etc.
Eczema can affect any part of the body. In infants, eczema typically occurs on the forehead, cheeks, forearms, legs, scalp, and neck. In children and adults, eczema typically occurs on the face, neck, and the insides of the elbows, knees, and ankles.
Now that we have answered the question is eczema contagious, we can go over treatment.
When treating eczema, it is important to understand the two different treatment methods. You must treat eczema from the inside, and from the outside. Treatment from the outside with creams and lotions will temporarily help. Treating from within will help build up your immune system, and give you long-term relief.
For topical treatment and temporary relief, we have found an excellent eczema cream. We highly recommend it, and have seen excellent results with it. Era Organics Eczema Cream is 100% natural, safe, and manufactured according to the highest pharmaceutical standards. It will provide relief for itchy, inflamed, red, dry and flaky skin.
Building up your immune system can give you long term relief from eczema. A strong immune system will boost energy, help fight against disease, and prevent illness and premature degeneration of body cells. In order to boost immunity, you need to use an effective, safe, and quality product that works. We have found a product that seems to help. It is the
Zenmed Skin Support Supplement. It is 100% natural, and manufactured according to the highest pharmaceutical standards. Follow the link to learn how it treats the symptoms and underlying causes of eczema.
Although “is eczema contagious?” is a simple question to answer, treating eczema is not quite as simple. The key to successfully treating most skin conditions involves improving your immune system and your general health. A strong healthy body will suffer less disease, and fight off diseases much faster. This is why it is so important to not only use an eczema cream, but to also build up your immune system.
We have seen even the worst cases of eczema completely cured. The key is to use the right treatments, and start immediately before your condition worsens.
If you have any question about eczema, please contact us.