Cellulitis is an inflammation of connective tissue and a severe inflammation of dermal and subcutaneous layers of the skin. Cellulitis is most commonly caused by the streptococcus bacteria but can be caused by normal skin flora. It usually occurs where damage has already been done, in cracks in the skin, cuts, blisters, burns and other injuries. Cellulitis can occur anywhere on the body, but most commonly on the lower legs. ECellulitis is a health website that offers advice on treating and ridding oneself of this unfortunate affliction, as well as other common dermatological challenges. Its latest publication is on treating dry skin under eyes.
The editorial first helps individuals identify dry skin according to key visual signifiers, and differentiate dry and flaky skin and their common causes, including eczema, psoriasis and less common conditions. The site also advises against certain cosmetics that can cause and worsen dry skin beneath the eyes.
The article then delves into the remedies for those skin conditions, which can include anything from changes in diet and environment to medicine and even surgical procedures, depending on the nature and severity of the dry skin. The site also recommends natural remedies such as aloe vera gel and olive oil.
A spokesperson for ECellulitis explained, “We are Cellulitis experts and created our resource center with this condition in mind. However, individuals found our resources so helpful and our recommended treatments so effective that they soon began to ask us about other, related skin conditions. We began to answer these questions and soon our site blossomed into the best place to find skincare advice when it comes to more serious afflictions. The latest article helps individuals identify and treat the causes of inflammation of the eyes so that they can feel pro-active and less self conscious about it moving forward.”
ECellulitis began as an online resource for the identification and effective treatment of Cellulitis, but soon grew to include other related skin conditions and now reports on everything from health and lifestyle to help those who suffer from these conditions. The site also encourages sufferers keep a robust immune system up and running and effectively treat visible symptoms when they arise.
Visit http://www.ecellulitis.com/ for more information.
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