Eye eczema is mainly a specific form of atopic eczema. Check out the eye eczema images below.
Atopic eczema manifests in infants, mainly in areas like the cheeks, scalp, shoulders, chest and thumb. In children over two years, the folds of the elbows, the wrists, knees and ankles are most affected. Later, in adolescence, it’s most common around the eyes and feet. In adults, it is frequently on the neck, ankles, feet and hands.
Purulent eczema around the eyes can be treated successfully through medical mineral masks and mineral water therapy.