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Foot eczema: symptom guide and natural solutions

Atopic dermatitis or eczema is a chronic condition denoting irritation of the skin. Most of the time it causes itching and patches. It is a disease which is not contagious, but which can be particularly tough. Eczema is a very common skin condition that can appear in various places on the body. When it touches the feet, the lesions caused require special attention. Discover with LM Natura symptoms, causes and possible natural treatments to heal redness and scales linked to eczema feet.


How to recognize foot eczema?

The symptoms of foot eczema vary depending on the type of condition and its main triggering factors.

Eczema dyshidrosis or bullous eczema

Dyshidrosis is a type of eczema that manifests itself on the feet by plates red and dry. Mycotic lesions are often accompanied by small blisters or pimples on the feet, causing significant itching. Plantar eczema which appears under the foot is most often linked to dyshidrosis, also known asbullous eczema.

The blisters caused by this skin disease eventually rupture due to rubbing and scratching. They then spread a liquid which dries up and forms a crust before disappearing. The surface of the skin in this area becomes rough and thicker. Dyshidrosis of the foot can extend to the toes, causing a greater sense of discomfort.

The different causes of contact eczema

Sometimes foot eczema is caused by an allergic reaction. It can be caused by shoes or one of their components. For example, allergenic products such as glue, leather or rubber can cause a skin reaction. Eczema outbreaks are then localized on the contact areas between the shoe and the skin. We also speak of dermatitis or allergic dermatosis.

THEcontact eczema appears when the body mobilizes to reject a foreign body.

Why are there red patches on the feet?

The observed inflammations can be stimulated by certain factors such as:

  • changing your eating habits,
  • a period of stress causing excessive sweating,
  • heat and humidity in the feet of athletes, etc.

Skin fungi, called dermatophytes, are the main culprits of this problem. They react by giving rise to redness. They appear on and between the toes, the back or the sole of the foot. This leads to purulent blisters, cracks and severe itching of the skin.

Atopic dermatitis of the feet

THEatopic eczema is the irritation of the foot. It has a similar appearance to that on the body. It can also affect the ankles, particularly in children. This case of eczema corresponds to chronic inflammation of the skin. It can be caused by the following factors:

  • asthma attacks,
  • food allergy,
  • rhinitis,
  • genetic predispositions, etc.

Atopic eczema most often affects infants or children. But it can rarely persist in some adults. It is a non-contagious disease which manifests itself by dry skin, especially at the foot level. It develops through allergic outbreaks. These breakouts involve skin lesions like redness and scales. The itching is sometimes very intense, which alters the quality of life. See the article “ Atopic eczema, what to do? » on our site to find out more about its origin and the treatments available to you.

Furthermore, poor blood circulation can cause varicose eczema. It extends from the legs to the feet. Strict medical supervision by a dermatologist then becomes essential to identify the elements underlying foot eczema. This will make it possible to provide appropriate treatment and, above all, adopt eviction measures. You must be able distinguish eczema, vitiligo and psoriasis on the body to start well treat your skin disease from the first symptoms.


Plantar eczema: good practices to relieve your irritations

Do you experience redness and itching on your foot? It is possible to relieve irritation on your skin by implementing a few good practices. To begin with, impeccable hygiene will be recommended to limit the development of eczema. Take the time to wash your feet thoroughly every day. It is recommended to use lukewarm water and a bar without soap. Then dry them properly.

good hydration of the skin is also essential. Indeed, eczema progresses quickly on dry feet. For a moisturizing effect, you can apply a fragrance-free emollient cream and drink enough water during the day. Also limit sweating on the feet by wearing cotton or silk socks instead of synthetic materials. These are the first steps to effectively combat foot eczema.



How to treat foot eczema naturally?

Natural products allow you to sustainably treat skin diseases such asfoot eczema. There is no risk of addiction. We offer you two treatments here: the regenerating complex and the Rich Restructuring Cream.

The regenerative complex

Le Regenerative Complex is a recognized Medical Device treatment. Its proven effectiveness is estimated at 94%. It's anourishing-eczema-complex totally natural foaming product made from Carapa procera oil. This oil is recognized for its many virtues on eczema. This treatment helps to cleanse the skin and get rid of redness, scales and itching on all parts of the body.

This treatment can be applied quickly in just a few steps. You will simply have to:

  • put a dab of the product on the loofah sponge (moistened) which is supplied with the complex,
  • wet your hands and perform circular massages with light tapping for approximately 10 seconds using the sponge and rinse.

one month cure is recommended with the regenerative complex, twice a day. You can consult the testimonials about eczema and its treatments to have a precise idea of ​​the effectiveness of this treatment. After application, gently dry your skin and use a moisturizer.

The Rich Restructuring Cream

Rich-eczema creamSuffering skin must be nourished and hydrated to prevent dryness and promote the renewal of the skin barrier. To do this, opt for the rich restructuring cream and its formula based on Carapa procera oil. Combined with the action of the regenerative complex, the affected skin receives nutrients which stimulate its healing more quickly. The cream is ideal for relieving irritation and itching. It also promotes healing of the skin. It is recommended for eczema on the feet. But it can also be used elsewhere on the body, for hand eczema for example.

The cream also has the advantage of not sticking or staining during application. You will first use it alone for several days, if your foot eczema is accompanied by sores or cracks in the skin. Only after the wounds have healed can the complex be applied. The latter being a bactericidal product, its application on open skin could sting.


Conclusion on foot dermatitis:

Foot eczema is difficult to bear on a daily basis. It is often painful. In fact, it is located in a highly stressed area subject to friction. Furthermore, it is not always easy to distinguish between foot eczema or other dermatitis (mycosis, psoriasis, etc.). In addition, it is not always easy to identify the cause and to know whether it is contact or atopic eczema.
This is why in certain cases, it is better to refer to a health professional. So don't hesitate to make an appointment with a dermatologist so that he can give you the best advice.


Eczema on the foot

Atopic dermatitis (eczema)

Dermatitis of the hands and feet

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