Atopic eczema also known as Atopic D, also called atopic dermatitis, is the most common type of eczema. It mostly affects youngsters, and often symptoms greatly reduce with age.
Eczema causes the skin to come to be itchy, red, dry and fractured. It usually lasts for years and for some it is a chronic condition (long term).
Atopic eczema commonly develops within folds of skin, such as:
behind the knees.
the within of the elbows.
on the side of the neck.
around the eyes and ears.
Different people are effected with different levels of Atopic eczema some have mild symptoms, some have severe symptoms. Intense symptoms feature split, sore and bleeding skin.
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