Eczema, or atopic dermatitis, is a chronic skin disease. Eczema causes red, itchy and inflamed patches on the skin that may swell, scale, crack and weep. You can apply cool compresses to your eye area to soothe discomfort and itching and to reduce swelling, avoid long, hot showers and harsh soaps, change your eye make up and skin care creams .You'd better to see a doctor to take an antihistamine medication to relieve the itching association with eczema and use a prescription immunomodulator medication to control your eczema symptoms.
Eczema is also called atopic dermatitis. Eczema is a chronic skin disease that affects many people. It may occurs on the eyelids or the area around the eyes. It will cause red and itchy and inflamed patches in the skin. So, if you got Eczema on your eyelids, you should not rub it, or it may cause serious infections. And you can use some over-the-counter, low-dose corticosteroid cream to the skin around your eyes to help you. If it is serious, you'd better see a dermatologist and get it treated. Best wishes.
I think it is important to know what has caused eczema on your eyes. Some may suffer eczema as a result of stimulating medications applied on the eyes, such as penicillin, aktisol-weiss, atropine, etc. or using cosmetics or wearing metal glasses over a long period of time. Some suffer eczema as a response of medicines for oral administration such as hypnagogue, tranquillizer, antibiotics, quinine, etc. and some get eczema because they intake some animlity protein or vegetalitas protein, such as fish, shrimp, meat, milk or egg. Under such circumstances, you should keep yourself away from these substances. Also, conjunctivitis can cause eczema, if so, you can drip some eyedrops. Do not take pungent diets and do not drink alcohol. Eat more fresh vegetables and fruits. Remember not to rub your eyes with your hands. Wish you recover soon.