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The eczema around the eyes

The eczema around the eyes

How to treat the eczema or rash around the eyes? The eczema around the eyes can have various causes. In this short article, we will introduce these causes and show you how to deal with them.
The most common case of the “winter” eczema around the eyes is cold and dry weather. The eyelids are sensitive and dry due to cold. The skin on the eyelids roughens, becomes flaky and can redden.

If the eyelids are affected this way, they can be treated without seeing the doctor, the face shall be rinsed with boiled or mineral water. No cosmetics other than hypoallergenic moisturizing and greasing eye cream purchased in the pharmacy shall be used during the treatment. It is recommended to use glasses, if you are in dusty and dry environment.

Perioral dermatitis is the second most widespread diagnosis when eczema around the eyes appears. It occurs most often in women in their twenties with either grease or, on contrary, a very dry skin. It doesn’t however avoid men entirely. It is basically a reaction of the skin on an allergen. The source for such allergen can be in used cosmetics from creams to makeup, hair dyes, shampoos and also to a chlorinated water. This type of eczema around the eyes is treated without the application of the corticosteroid ointments which are otherwise prescribed to other eczemas. The treatment is based on the omission of all cosmetic products, rinsing the face only with boiled or mineral water, and application of the healing creams without corticosteroids prescribed by the doctor on the affected areas. It is also not recommended to use toothpaste with fluorine and sunbathe. The issue is commonly healed very fast but can occur repeatedly sometimes. To prevent a repeated occurring of the issue, you can use barrier cream Dermaguard regularly. The cream is applied before makeup. It creates an invisible barrier against allergens after application and is effective for many hours.

The third cause for eczema around eyes is atopic eczema. This eczema appears often during infancy on typical locations. One of them are the eyelids. Although this childhood eczema often disappears over time, but can appear again during adulthood, most common caused by hormonal changes or stress. This eczema shall be cured by professional dermatologist.
Less often causes for eczema around the eyes can comprise overuse of medicaments containing corticosteroids. These medicaments are commonly prescribed for skin problems such as psoriasis, inflammatory autoimmune diseases, rheumatoid arthritis or multiple sclerosis. In such case, consult the doctor who prescribed the medicaments.
The skin changes around the eyes are rarely manifestation of liver or kidney disorders. They tend to cause unusual coloring or spots in these areas more often.



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