Home Remedies Dermatitis Herpetiformis

•Dermatitis herpetiformis, psoriasis, eczema, rashes

Pemphigus bullous pemphigoid dermatitis herpetiformis epidermolysis bullosa porphyria pemphigus bullous pemphigoid dermatitis herpetiformis epidermolysis bullosa porphyria appendages acne vulgaris panniculitis erythema nodosum/induratum infection/infestation verrucae

Should be advised not to use home remedies, over-the-counter preparations and non-prescribed medication. In the sexually herpes gestationalis and dermatitis herpetiformis Granulomatous disorders Including Crohn’s disease and sarcoidosis

Dermatitis herpetiformis 10. Epidermal necrolysis 11. Epidermolysis bullosa c. Dermatitis 1. Contact 2. Atopic 3. Generalized exfoliative 4. Nummular 5. Stasis 6. Diaper rash d. Macular eruptions 1. Viral exanthems 2. Drug reactions e. Urticarial eruptions

Contact dermatitis is caused by things your skin touches, such as: Chemicals in elastic, latex, and rubber prod-ucts HOME CARE Most simple rashes will improve with gentle skin care and avoiding irritating substances. Follow these general guidelines:

Atopic Dermatitis Commonly known as Eczema (or Dandruff in the hair) Skin problems are estimated to affect around 8.2 million people in the UK.

Skin Diseases/Disorders Acne Comedo = inflamed plug Pimples & blackheads Teens to early twenties Treatment: thorough washing Steroid creams, UV light, Isoretinoin, avoidance of certain foods, chemical face peel, dermabrasion (to treat scarring) Seborrheic Dermatitis Dandruff: oily scalp, itching

(do not use home remedies) Cover first degree burns Do not use anesthetic sprays with benzocaine (may cause contact dermatitis) Second Degree Burns (partial thickness) Extends into the inner layer of skin Blisters, swelling,

The sunlight on her arm when she drove home was the source of ultraviolet light. Even though there are over 300,000 classified species of plants, Poison oak/ivy dermatitis, which is caused by a reaction to urushiol oil in the plant,