Climate and weather can affect eczema. Some people have fewer flares in the summer, while others see their eczema worsen.
During the cold winter months, your skin may also get too dry â€” leading to irritation and an eczema flare up. Your eczema also may flare when the air is too dry or too humid.
Q: Our baby's eczema seems to get worse with warm weather.. A: Eczema — an irritating rash that is often triggered by allergies — is generally considered a cold-weather condition, since the combination of dry air and indoor heat can leave skin extra parched and irritated.
Certain drugs, chemicals and even plants can cause the skin to become sensitive to sunlight. Therefore, if you develop eczema or your eczema becomes a lot worse after sun exposure, do check with your health care professional to see if this could be due to your medication or some other cause.
It makes no difference whether we use suncream, or what brand we use, by the. my eczema is always worse in the hot weather and when im suffering a bad case. anything that dries skin out will inevitably make it worse – could it be the sun .