How to treat keratotic eczemia: What to know, tips, and a list
I have a severe form of eczemic keratitis, a condition where the skin turns white.
The condition is characterized by severe redness and swelling of the skin.
It affects about 1 in 5,000 people.
The treatment is called keratospermic, which is a combination of topical corticosteroids and steroids.
My skin, which has no acid or other acid-producing glands, turns white when the skin has become inflamed.
The skin is also inflamed, causing inflammation and scarring.
It can be treated with the skin-soothing cream Keratospermum.
The symptoms of keratosespheric eczematitis include redness, swelling, dryness, itchiness, and pain.
The itching is usually mild, and the redness can be alleviated by using an antiseptic gel or applying a thin layer of cream on the affected area.
However, the rash may appear in other areas of the body, especially in the neck and upper body.
It is a serious condition that can lead to long-term complications.
A small amount of steroids is usually prescribed to control the red skin.
If you are prescribed corticostegics, you will have to take them every three months to control this condition.
It also helps to use an antifungal lotion on the skin as well as on the surrounding area.