Dyshidrotic Eczema is also known as vesicular Eczema. It is different from other forms of Eczema because it only affects the hands and feet. Its initial symptoms include dry skin, peeling and blistering on soles, palms, toes and fingers. In more advanced cases of Eczema, the skin may become extremely dry. This eventually leads to cracked skin.

Eczema rashes are mortifying and annoying. Being forced to face the world with itchy blisters on your skin can put down your self-confidence. Occasionally the urge to scratch can get so troubling that it stops you from doing your routine chores. Do not let eczema keep you from enjoying life. Eczema is treatable, either through prescription eczema drugs or natural cures.