Environmental factors such as dust mites, pet dander, pollen, and certain foods can trigger an eczema flare. These allergens cause the immune system to respond with an inflamed and itchy rash. Climate is also a factor, as eczema flares can increase with both hot and cold extremes. People living in areas with increased pollution may also be more susceptible to these reactions.
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