Download Factsheets - Eczema
Factsheets on eczema including the different types of eczema and ways of treating each condition. Click on each heading to download a pdf. For information about atopic eczema and contact dermatitis, please see our booklets.
This factsheet contains specifics on this particular type of eczema including - who gets discoid eczema, what does it look like, what causes it and how it is treated.
This factsheet contains advice on the different types of ear eczema and how each can be treated.
This factsheet describes eczema of the eyelid skin, contact dermatitis, blepharitis and allergic conjunctivitis. The site of the eczema, how it looks and the ways of treating each type are mentioned.
This factsheet looks at the importance of emollients for older people and the different types of eczema such as varicose (gravitational) eczema and asteatotic eczema.
This factsheet covers the different types of eczema that can affect the face and outlines treatment options available.
Information on managing and treating female genital eczema including practical tips.
This factsheet considers why eczema appears on the hands and what the treatments are for this particular type of eczema.
This factsheet examines the causes and treatments of this type of eczema in babies.
Information on managing and treating male genital eczema including practical tips.
Pompholyx eczema is a blistering type of eczema restricted to the hands and feet. This factsheet covers the appearance and practical management of this form of eczema along with treatment options.
This factsheet looks at the different types of eczema that can affect the scalp with advice on treatment and daily management.
This factsheet discusses who gets seborrhoeic eczema, what it looks like and where it can appear as well as the causes and treatment involved.
This factsheet describes who can get varicose (or gravitational) eczema as well as the causes of it, possible prevention and the treatments.
All our medical information is reviewed by either Dermatologists, GPs with a special interest in eczema or dermatology nurses.