What is hand eczema?

Hand eczema is one of the most common types of eczema (also referred to as ‘dermatitis’). It mainly affects the palms but can also affect other parts of the hand. The main symptoms are dry, itchy and red skin affecting the whole hand, including the fingers. Other symptoms may include cracking, soreness and bleeding.

Can I cure hand eczema?

There is no cure for hand eczema, and symptoms can be painful and distracting. Sometimes, rashes

take weeks to disappear. However, doctors can usually suggest a treatment plan depending on the individual’s age, symptoms, and

medical history.

Is there anything I can do about my hand eczema?

Hand eczema

People can use creams, natural products, and dietary and lifestyle changes to manage or prevent eczema flares, especially in the winter, when symptoms tend to be at their worst.

Natural substances, such as aloe vera gel and coconut oil, can moisturize dry, broken skin. They can also combat inflammation and harmful bacteria to reduce swelling and prevent infection.

Natural remedies cannot cure eczema, but they can help manage the symptoms and prevent flares. This article looks at the best natural remedies for eczema.

Top 12 natural remedies for eczema



My name is Wilhelm Bäckström, and I founded HUD after a long time of experiencing problems and no innovative solutions for people with and without hand eczema.

Eczema comes in a variety of forms and is an inflammatory process in the outer layer of the skin.

It is an enormous problem for people whose skin is regularly exposed to dehydrating and irritating chemicals at work.

Well-designed tools and products make life easier – like the gloves we’ve developed at HUD for people with and without eczema.

HUD gloves are the solution for a life that is freer, healthier, and more eco-friendly.

More info: www.hudsverige.se 

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