Does your child complain of itchy, dry skin? It could be eczema.
Eczema is a general term used to describe a number of different skin conditions.
It usually appears as reddened skin that is dry and peeling or may start oozing, occasionally resulting in small, fluid-filled bumps.
When eczema becomes chronic (persists for a long time), the skin tends to thicken, dry out, and become scaly with coarse lines.
Listen in to find out if your child has eczema and let our pediatricians, including expert Dr. Jennifer Kim, help you to address this annoying skin condition.