These pictures of eczema can help you to figure out if you might have eczema, but a warning - most eczema photos are really hard to look at! You can see what eczema looks like and it really is painful.
Only a qualified doctor can tell you for sure whether you have eczema, so if you think you might have eczema, please get it checked out as soon as you can.
These eczema photos are from DermNet.com who has generously allowed us to share them here for you.
When I went looking for some pictures of eczema to share with you, honestly I found them so difficult to look at that I decided to link to them instead.
I can really feel the pain that these people are going through! I definitely would not make a good medical doctor. May God bless the fortitude of those who help to heal our bodies!
The eczema photos I do have here on our site are of less severe cases of eczema. The links will take you to some very intense and graphic eczema photos.
Although most people who suffer with eczema have fair skin, some people with darker skin also get eczema. Lighter skinned people usually have eczema that looks red or brownish, and darker skinned people find that eczema creates either lighter or darker patches of skin.
This is a picture of chronic eczema. This rash has larger welts, and this photo here has smaller welts and looks more mild.
Photo of chronic eczema rash For more eczema photos which will show you some of the different ways that chronic eczema can appear on the skin, please visit DermNet.com.
These are very painful eczema photos which show how intensely red and inflamed an acute eczema episode can be. Acute Eczema Photos
Well, sub acute eczema sounds like it would be less painful than acute eczema, but as you can see here in these subacute eczema photos, it really is a very painful condition. Sub acute Eczema Photos
Nummular eczema appears in round patches on the skin that sometimes look like coins. Nummular Eczema Photos
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Well, I hope you're alright after seeing all these eczema photos. Remember that SO many skin problems including eczema can be managed by doing THREE very important things that I always recommend to anyone who has sensitive skin.
I know this is a tall order in today's world, but there is a whole lot that you can do to minimize your body's exposure to the many chemicals and environmental toxins that irritate sensitive skin.
All these pictures of eczema are a great incentive to remind us to take a little extra care of our bodies and our skincare. The long term benefits of this are huge!
Not only will you feel better, but you will begin to see improvements in your skin!
If you'd like some help to get started, read my free eBook Clear Any Skin Problem Naturally which will give you a simple, five step program for eliminating toxins from your daily life, your diet and your skin care. Request Your Free Copy
Yes, I know you might have heard this all before, but improving your diet, and eating healthier absolutely WILL make a difference in your eczema skin care!
It's best to go slowly with this. Gradually move yourself into a natural, whole foods diet that supplies you with abundant vegetables, fruits, whole grains, legumes, lean meats and fish. I promise, you will begin to see a major change in your health!
Many of the processed, refined foods we eat today contain artificial colors, flavorings, too much salt and sugar, and not enough of the natural enzymes our bodies need to heal.
If you'd like a little extra help knowing how to transition into a healthy and skin friendly diet, please request our free eBook Clear Any Skin Problem Naturally which contains several lessons on how to nourish your skin.
Did you know that your shampoo, toothpaste, and skin care products can actually aggravate your skin problems?
MOST of the common products we use every day contain hundreds of chemicals that we are now learning are actually hazardous to health.
So, now more people are looking for safe skin care products, however even that search can be difficult.
One of the biggest challenges when you have sensitive skin is finding products that will actually work AND that will not make your skin problems worse!
Even products that claim to be hypoallergenic actually contain irritating ingredients that have been demonstrated in research to cause skin irritation, inflammation, organ toxicity and other painful side effects. Yikes!!
If somehow you've managed to find a product line that contains safer ingredients, it usually contains many botanical and plant based ingredients, which can also cause allergies!
What's a sensitive person to do?
I've had SO much experience with this and so far in my research I've only found ONE brand of safe hypoallergenic products that is safe and free from hazardous chemicals AND that is also free from plant allergens.
To learn more about how to know which ingredients to avoid, please see our Safe Cosmetics Guide.
You can learn more about how to find hypoallergenic products that do not irritate your skin here at our Hypoallergenic Products page.
You can also find our short list of recommended safe skin care products for different skin types. There are several choices including one product line which is showing great promise for healing the skin.