- April 10th 2014
Eczema can be itchy and irritating to your patients' skin, as well as creating unsightly rashes and dry, scaly patches. Since it is so distracting and has a negative effect on your patients' beauty, eczema can be tough to live with.
While dermatologists may not know the underlying cause of eczema, it can be triggered by irritants such as scratchy clothing, a detergent, or allergens. Some children will outgrow their eczema, but for about 3 percent of the population, the suffering continues into adulthood.
You devote your medical practice to helping patients look their best, and no matter how well you treat your patients' wrinkles, if they break out in eczema, they just will not look good. Sometimes they get eczema on an area of skin that can be covered by clothing, but sometimes it appears on their hands or face where everyone can see it. There are a few things you can suggest to your patients to help them cope with their eczema breakouts, and once that is taken care of, you c [Read more]