The primary symptom of dermatitis is itching. The itching can be severe and persistent, and tends to be worse at night. The skin symptoms of dermatitis may vary depending on the type of dermatitis but generally include red skin, bumps or welts, an itchy sensation and blisters. The dermatitis rash may be localized or cover large areas of the skin. The skin may have dry red patches. Itchy can result in blisters which may pop and ooze fluid. Peri-oral dermatitis may be difficult to separate from rosacea.
Learn more about the dual effect of rosacea and dermatitis at The International Rosacea Foundation.
More Information about dermatitis can be found at The International Eczema-Psoriasis Foundation.
More Information about treating and living with dermatitis can be found at Dermatitis-Ltd.