Are you one of the 20 percent of the world population that suffers from eczema? Did you know that your eczema could be caused by skin care medications such as Paraderm or allergic reactions to foods such as yogurt or beer?
The list below will explain the many different causes of Eczema.
Unfortunately, taking medication for one health condition often produces unwanted side effects in other areas of your body. The following is a non-exhaustive list of drugs that may cause eczema symptoms.
•Airol Creams and Lotions •Arava •Aurothiogluccose •Ausgem •Bufexamac •Fungo Soothing Balm •Gemfibrizol •Gemhexal •Gold •Gold-50 injection •Jezil •Leflunomide •Lipazil •Loniten tablets •Minoxidil tablets •Myocrisin Injection •Oxiconazole •Oxistat •Paraderm •Paraderm Plus •Rilutek • Riluzole •Sodium Aurothiomalate •Solganal
Eczema can be caused as a result of an allergic reaction to various substances. If you have eczema and have not yet identified its cause, revise the following list. By linking your symptoms to any of the items in the list, you may just have self-diagnosed the cause of your eczema.
• Pollen • Animal hair • House dust mites • Soaps, bubble baths and shampoos • Food ingredients: Casein (dairy products), gluten (wheat, rye, barley, oats), and yeast (bread, beer, antibiotics).
Eczema isn’t solely caused by medical or physical reactions. Some simple, common-day eczema triggers are listed below and are oftentimes the easiest to treat.
• Dry skin • Sweating (neck, bends of elbows and knees) • Stress and anxiety • Changes in temperature or humidity • Irritating clothing (especially wool)
Recommended BIOCUTIS Skin Care Product for Eczema: BIOSKINBALM