Atopic dermatitis is the most common type of eczema. It makes you itchy and red, usually on your face, arms, and legs.
Dyshidrotic eczema is a sudden rash of small, itchy blisters on your palms and along the sides of your fingers.
Neurodermatitis, also called lichen simplex chronicus, is a common type of eczema.
In nummular eczema, the itchy, inflamed areas are circular. “Nummular” means coin-shaped.
Venous stasis dermatitis, also called venous eczema or stasis dermatitis, happens when there's a problem with your veins.
Xerotic eczema, also called asteatotic eczema, is first and foremost characterized by extreme dryness of skin.