Inflammation of the skin could lead to a skin condition called eczema. Usually, eczema makes the skin itchy, red and dry, even chapped and rough. Eczema can occur in any part of the body. This condition can be treated by reducing risk factors. Eczema symptoms that often occur are parts of skin that are itchy, dry, thickened chronically, usually found on the hands, neck, face, and legs (but can occur anywhere). In children, eczema often occurs on the inside of the folds of the knees and elbows. If scratched, dry skin and open sores with crust can appear and become infected. To reduce the effect of dry skin you need to use the best eczema cream to avoid complications.
Eczema complications can occur if you do not treat symptoms, such as asthma, skin infections, eye problems, irritant dermatitis, allergic contact dermatitis, and others. Use allergy or anti-itch medications to reduce the itchiness and apply an anti-itch cream or calamine lotion to the area. Moisturize your skin at least 2 times a day is important because dry skin will worsen the condition.