What is Dermatitis

Dermatitis is also called Eczema. Dermatitis is the inflammation of the skin. Dermatitis is a term that describes number of skin irritation that is caused by infections, allergies and irritating substances. The rashes range from mild to severe. It isn’t contagious but it can make you feel uncomfortable and self-conscious.

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Symptoms

  • Dry, scaly, flaky skin.
  • Hives
  • Oozing blisters
  • Skin redness
  • Darkened skin
  • Burning skin
  • Extreme itching
  • Sun sensitivity

Causes

  • Age
  • Allergies
  • Occupation
  • Health conditions

Homeopathy Treatment for Dermatitis

Conventional Homeopathy treatment is used in treating Dermatitis. It takes into consideration the physical, mental attributes and symptoms of the individual so that treatment is given based in them. Conventional homeopathy is a natural and safe treatment that is also free from adverse side effects.

 

Constitutional Homeopathy Treatment for Dermatitis

Our expert Homeopaths at Homeocare International treat Dermatitis using Constitutional Homeopathy Treatment and prescribe the most suitable personalized homeopathy treatment after careful analysis of the symptoms, severity and health condition of each individual. Constitutional Homeopathy treatment for dermatitis at Homeocare International not only controls the disease effectively but also provides long term relief by treating the roots of the problem and improves overall wellbeing.

Frequently Asked Questions

Dermatitis is also called Eczema
Eczema is a very common condition affecting about 15 million people. It most often occurs in young children but the adults are also affected.
Scratching or rubbing the rash can break the skin which becomes infected. And even permanent scars can be formed with damage of skin during prolonged scratching.
In infants it is on the cheeks, forehead and chin. In children it is on elbows, behind the knees, on the upper side of the feet, hands, the torso or neck and in adults it is on the face, neck and hands.
After the age of seven, 80% of children see their eczema disappear. However, dry and irritable skin will persist throughout their life. On the occasion of stressful events or conflicts during adolescence, eczema may reappear.

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