Eczema / Atopic eczema / Children's eczema

Eksem / Atopiskeksem / Børneeksem

What is atopic disease?
Atopic diseases are a collective term for eczema, allergy, asthma, hay fever and atopic eczema in general. The diseases are the most common chronic diseases in children. It is a hereditary disorder where the affected person forms antibodies against otherwise completely normal things.

When you are atopic, your body reacts more easily to substances (allergens) in the environment. Mostly through inhalation, food and drink, but also the products you put on your skin. If you already have an atopic disorder, you are predisposed to getting more. It is, for example, very normal to have both eczema and possibly gasp.

What is eczema? What is atopic dermatitis?

Atopic eczema is also called childhood eczema, asthmatic eczema, atopic dermatitis, atopic dermatitis and Prurigo Besnier. But there are many forms of eczema, contact eczema and nummulate eczema also called coin eczema. Scabies is called, for example, seborrheic eczema, but is treated in the same way as all other types of eczema. Lots of minerals and improvement of the dry skin with oily ointment, preferably without water.

Eczema appears as an inflammation of the skin, where the skin becomes red due to bacteria. The skin dries out and flakes and it often swells up and can both sting and itch. It is of course worst with eczema on the face and hand eczema as it is something that can also inhibit you socially.

Atopic eczema is the most frequent chronic childhood disease in Denmark. It is a partially hereditary disease that cannot be cured, but only alleviated. 55% of the disease cases develop before the age of one year, and since 80-90% of the disease cases develop in children before school age, the disease is often called childhood eczema.

The disease disappears for most children when they are 7-11 years old, but the children are still at risk of developing hand eczema, and approx. 25% of children with eczema relapse with childhood eczema between the ages of 20 and 30. Childhood eczema presents as persistent, itchy eczema with a red, thickened rash. Most people have periods when the eczema is not in an outbreak and where they therefore have no symptoms, but the hardest hit have it more or less all the time. Children are not born with childhood eczema, but the disease can develop within the first weeks of life.

Contact eczema is, as the name suggests, an eczema that appears on contact. You don't have to have an atopic disorder to get eczema from contact with toxic substances or just a constant contact with mild acid, which is what happens with bleaching eczema also called red tail or red butt. This type of eczema also has hand eczema among its victims and often goes away very quickly on its own when contact with the skin is removed.

I have created an easy treatment that has helped everyone so far. It's all about lots of fat for the parched skin as well as lots of minerals. I'm not sending you to the Dead Sea, I'm sending the Dead Sea home to you. Raz Skincare eczema treatment is for everyone and is formulated for the age and the tenderness involved.

Is eczema hereditary?
Yes, atopic dermatitis, or eczema, is hereditary. Most types of atopic eczema are hereditary. In fact, eczema in children is often investigated by asking the parents if there are close relatives with the same rash as the child.

Who gets eczema?
Most often, you get eczema for the first time as an infant and have more or less problems with eczema throughout your childhood. The vast majority outgrow the eczema during the first 20 years of life. But in some it continues for the rest of their lives.

We can all experience contact dermatitis when we buy a new deodorant or try a new cream with perhaps a perfume we cannot stand. A contact eczema will disappear when you stop the contact between the skin and the individual substance.

People with atopic eczema are particularly prone to contact dermatitis as they already have a poorer skin barrier.

If you have a wet job, you are also particularly exposed, as the skin, if it is exposed to too much water, loses its own protection.

The reaction depends on the type of the irritant, concentration, contact time and the skin's barrier function. Frequent causes of irritant contact dermatitis are wet work, soaps, disinfectants, oils and contact with food. Nickel, cobalt, chromium, perfumes, preservatives, rubber additives and epoxy are all examples of allergens that often cause contact allergies, contact eczema.

But don't worry, Raz Skincare Eczema Pack has so far helped lots of women, men and not least children with eczema. I've created the perfect package for you further down.

What is atopic eczema?
Atopic eczema is the same as childhood eczema, asthmatic eczema, atopic dermatitis, atopic dermatitis and Prurigo Besnier. Read any my first section on eczema.

What is childhood eczema?
Children's eczema is just one of many names for atopic eczema. The name alludes to the fact that atopic eczema often develops in childhood. But the word children's eczema covers all types of atopic eczema such as atopic eczema, water eczema, hand eczema, asthmatic eczema, atopic dermatitis, atopic dermatitis and Prurigo Besnier. If the eczema is on the face or hands, it is extra exposed and I will therefore immediately start the Raz Skincare eczema package, which is not only an easy treatment but also extremely effective.

In the case of childhood eczema in small children, an adult must treat the child with Raz Skincare Eczema Pack. It can be difficult for a child to understand that it stings, so you often have to mix up the mineral-rich Raz Skincare Ai with water.

What is toxic eczema? What is contact dermatitis?
Toxic eczema is the same as contact eczema. An inflammation of the skin, which is triggered by a toxic (= irritative) agent or an allergen, in Danish that something gets on the skin that you cannot tolerate. The contact must cease and you should treat with minerals and ointment

Irritant (toxic) contact dermatitis accounts for approximately 70% of cases, and is more frequent than allergic contact dermatitis. The most common form of contact dermatitis is hand eczema, but contact dermatitis can occur anywhere on the body where the skin comes into contact with something it cannot tolerate.

If your contact eczema does not disappear within 24 hours after the contact has ceased, you can always find help with the Raz Skincare eczema cure, which I have described further down.

Why do you get eczema?
You get eczema if you suffer from an atopic disorder or are in contact with a substance you cannot tolerate, finally read the section about What is contact dermatitis? or the introduction What is eczema. If you experience eczema, it is important to protect the skin with minerals and especially a fatty ointment that protects the skin's barrier.

Is eczema/atopic eczema/childhood eczema contagious?
Eczema is not contagious, so if the child has childhood eczema you can easily kiss and hug. It's not contagious. Atopic eczema and other atopic disorders can be hereditary, but it is not contagious. You can therefore easily hold hands with a person who has hand eczema.

What does eczema look like?
Eczema is often a swelling of the skin and often becomes red, scaly and dry and then it can itch or burn. It is easy to detect as you will feel discomfort and the red color will probably quickly scare you. Since the skin is open, the natural barrier is impaired and protection is therefore important. Do you have a Raz Skincare Repair in your pocket, so start putting it on your eczema outbreak.

You can get eczema anywhere. But quite often places where the skin is more exposed than others and where it is thinner and finer. Face, eyes, hocks, armpits, elbow joint, face and hands.

No matter where, the fastest treatment is lots of minerals and a fat salve. Of course, I have a quick solution with the Raz Skincare eczema pack. I talk about it further down.

How to treat scalp eczema?
I have written a whole guide about that - you can read it here.

How do I get rid of my eczema? Treatment of eczema?

You must remove the contact if it is contact dermatitis. Then I treat all types of eczema in the same way. The most important thing is not to irritate the area further and remember that the skin is very open; that the skin's natural barrier is almost non-existent. This means that all the moisture just disappears, but it also means that all the aids you come up with will work very quickly.

Minerals have always worked on eczema and irritated skin, so a trip to the Dead Sea would be necessary. But with Raz Skincare Ai, you might find it a little easier. Salt brine contains even more minerals than Dead Sea water. But it stings terribly when it comes on. Finally, grit your teeth. If you are neither by the Dead Sea nor have a Raz Skincare Ai at hand, you probably shouldn't try anything else.

Fat for dry skin, lots of fat. Your skin is probably completely dry already and maybe it also flakes, so lots of fat, like an anhydrous ointment. Raz Skincare Repair is great if you already have one in the toilet or your bag.

Remember that all cleaning must be as mild and careful as possible, and no thanks to all kinds of soaps and alcohol.

Treatment of eczema/atopic eczema/children's eczema - you must use these products:

Morning routine – sequence and use

1. Cleansing Mask
All cleaning must be done with min Cleansing Mask (only as a cleanser for 30 seconds, and not as a mask). This is to add minerals to your skin. You can put a capful of Ai in your Cleansing Mask to boost the effect even more.

2. Ouch
Dab it on and let it dry. It will sting as long as the skin is open, but the minerals will help you a lot. If you are treating a child, it may be an idea to mix Ai half with water so that it does not sting too much.

Use possibly Calm Face Cream if your eczema is on the face. It is a soothing cream that will care for and inhibit redness.

Evening routine – sequence and use

1. Cleansing Mask
All cleaning must be done with min Cleansing Mask (only as a cleanser, not as a mask). You can get a capful of Ai in yours Cleansing Mask to boost the effect even more.

2. Ouch
Dab it on and let it dry. If you are treating a child, it may be an idea to mix Ai half with water so that it does not sting too much.

3. Repair & vitamin E
Butter with Repair. If the skin is directly open and oozing, then I recommend that you mix a few drops Vitamin E in yours Repair to increase regeneration and prevent scar tissue.

When will I see improvements in my eczema?

Your eczema should be relieved within one to two days, depending on how bad your eczema attack is. In the worst cases where the skin is almost gone, it usually takes a week before the skin is closed again and 14 days before there are only small wounds.

I have collected the products you just have to have in one package, and given you a good price.

In severe cases - always see a doctor

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If you want to read more, or see where I get my knowledge from, here are some of the articles that I believe are the most knowledgeable parts.
Guidelines for treatment of atopic eczema
Handbook of atopic eczema
Atopic eczema: its impact on the family and financial costs
Atopic Eczema/Dermatitis Syndrome and Malassezia
Systematic review of treatments for atopic eczema