Eczema is a group of conditions that make your skin inflamed or irritated. The most common type is atopic dermatitis.
Your dermatologist or allergist might tell you that you have one of these conditions that looks like eczema but isn’t.
1 out of 10 infants and children have eczema, a dry itchy rash that comes and goes.
Pediatric atopic dermatitis (eczema) is a common skin condition that affects babies and children.
Up to 1 in 3 kids with eczema has a food allergy that could make symptoms worse.
Eczema affects people of all different skin colors and tones. Children who are Black may be more likely to have eczema.