Dermatitis


Dermatitis is general term for itchy inflammation of the skin. There are different types of dermatitis which occur from different types of causes. When a person suffers from dermatitis, the skin becomes red, itchy and inflamed. At times, the affected area also feels warmer than the other areas of the skin that are unaffected by this infection. In severe conditions, the inflamed area can also become blistered and ooze out blood and pus. Luckily, dermatitis isn’t contagious, but it can definitely make the person sitting next to the patient feel extremely uncomfortable.  This skin condition also occurs when people have certain allergies with chemicals or food items.

It is necessary to follow personal self-care steps along with the medication prescribed by the doctors to ensure a proper recovery from this skin condition. This is because personal hygiene in such a skin condition is of utmost importance. Good hygiene can reduce the skin infection significantly.

 

Causes of Dermatitis

Dermatitis can be caused by a lot of different factors which may differ from person to person as well as on the sensitivity of the person’s skin. Some of the most common causes of dermatitis are –

  1. Atopic dermatitis (Eczema)
    In this type of a dermatitis, there are a lot of different factors involved. For example, dry skin, bacteria on the skin, environmental conditions, different gene variations or simply an immune system dysfunction can cause eczema.
  2. Contact dermatitis
    In this condition, the person’s skin comes in direct contact with skin irritants or allergens which causes redness, hives, itching, and in severe conditions blistering and scarring as well. Some of the most common irritants are perfumes, house cleaning products, jewelry with nickel in the metal, poison ivy plants as well as preservatives in creams and lotions in drugstore products.
  3. Seborrheic dermatitis
    In this skin condition, a yeast/fungus infection in the oil secretion on the skin causes itchy bumps on the skin. This type of dermatitis comes and goes depending on the seasonal change or even a change in the diet.
  1. Personal hygiene
    People with bad personal hygiene develop dermatitis far easily as compared to people who have good hygienic health habits. Showering twice a day, using hand sanitizer when touching infected items, wearing clean clothes (including underwear) everyday are some of the simplest hygiene tips that need to be followed.
  2. Work conditions
    People who work at factories which manufacture solvents, cleaning products as well as working closely in the metal construction unit can cause dermatitis/eczema. A lot of health care workers also suffer from hand eczema due to constantly being in contact with infected people.

Ayurvedic View of Dermatitis

 

In Ayurveda, Dermatitis/Eczema is known as Visharchika which occurs in the body with the overall body immunity is low. When the body’s immunity is extremely low, along with eczema different problems also accompany this disease such as Asthma, hay fever and other issues. According to Ayurvedic studies, the best way to cure Dermatitis is by improving the overall immunity of the body by following a healthy diet along with good physical exercises and yoga.

 

Ayurvedic Allergy Care Kit for Dermatitis

 

Chandigarh Ayurved Centre has formulated this excellent Allergy Care Kit of people suffering from dermatitis and other skin conditions and allergies. This kit is highly affective in treating dermatitis and is one of the best Ayurvedic treatments that one can choose. This Ayurvedic Allergy Care Kit contains –

  1. Allergy Care Sachet – 60 Sachets
    In this sachet is a special mixture of Ayurvedic herbs that provide relief to the person suffering from dermatitis. These herbs reduce the itching and burning of the skin. 1 Sachet should be taken twice daily for long term improvement of the allergies and dermatitis.
  2. GiloyGhanVati Tablets – 120 Tablets
    Giloy is one of the most important herbs in Ayurveda which helps to boosts immunity of the body and prevent allergies and infection. It is mild but very effective. You need to take 2 tablets twice daily.
  3. ManjishtadiChurna – 200gms
    This churna is excellent for reducing the symptoms of dermatitis as well as other skin allergies and conditions. 1 tsp to be taken twice daily to see effective results.
  4. YakritVati Tablets – 120 Tablets
    When these tablets are taken along with the above Ayurvedic herbal medicines, the symptoms of Dermatitis fade away quickly. They also improve the overall skin condition and help fight off any skin allergies as well. 2 Tablets should be taken twice daily.

This Allergy Care Kit costs INR 2500 which is an incredibly affordable price for treating your dermatitis skin condition! As compared to other expensive Allopathic medicines that don’t kill the problem from the grass root level, these 100% chemical free Ayurvedic medicines treat your skin conditions from the root cause within the body.

Benefits of Using This Kit

With regular usage of this medicines in this kit, you will notice an overall improvement in your skin condition. Your dermatitis will reduce significantly and with prolonged usage, the eczema skin condition will disappear completely! Be sure to follow a healthy diet along with a good personal hygiene to improve your skin condition. This kit is an excellent and 100% Ayurvedic treatment to help you get rid of eczema as well as other skin conditions of your body. So, don’t wait any longer and purchase this kit right away! You will not regret it!

 

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Vaidya Jagjit Singh
He is the Director and Chief Ayurved Physician at Chandigarh Ayurved Centre. He pursued his BAMS from Shri Dhanwantri Ayurvedic College, Chandigarh in 1985. He is practising for more than 30 years.
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Vaidya Jagjit Singh

He is the Director and Chief Ayurved Physician at Chandigarh Ayurved Centre. He pursued his BAMS from Shri Dhanwantri Ayurvedic College, Chandigarh in 1985. He is practising for more than 30 years.

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