Generally, eczema is not contagious. The cause is still uncertain, but it could be due to genetic and environmental factors. Also mentioned, the cause of eczema has a close relationship with the body’s immune system response that is too active against irritants or allergens. This response is what causes the symptoms of eczema. Besides, eczema is commonly found in families with a history of allergies or asthma, as well as defects in the skin barrier that cause germs to easily enter. Eczema can improve or even get worse over time, this is usually a long-term skin disease. The best eczema treatment is by using eczema cream to help reduce itching and ease inflammation of the skin but you could also;

– Use skin moisturizer after every shower, apply on hands, feet, arms, back, and several other sides of the body.
– Wear cotton clothing with a fine texture to avoid irritation and excessive sweating.
– Relaxation to relieve stress because stress and anxiety can worsen symptoms.
– Avoid scratching and factors that can worsen symptoms such as food, soap, wool cloth, and certain lotions. Cover the itchy area so you don’t scratch it easily. And cut your nails and wear gloves at night.