Once the spots become extremely painful and itchy, the patient may discover cuts appear on his body. They remain for a while, becoming even itchier. The changes in weather, especially when the temperature gets too low, may cause cuts as well. Different allergens may stimulate eczema. The cuts are even more dangerous than spots or bumps as they make the skin unprotected against external infections.
The patients with eczema usually experience a burning feeling. Most of the body cover with the annoying, disturbing rash. These spots are red, brown, or gray. The most recommended way to remove the rash is to wash the damaged places. Use warm or a bit hot water only. It is better not to apply soap or other cleansing gels. If it does not help, turn to the health care professional.