Both Psoriasis and eczema diseases are chronic skin diseases and closely related to the imuniti system. Most eczema and psoriasis patients have the history of family members who face the same problems. All these diseases are known through red rashes and dry on the skin.

So, how to know it’s eczema or psoriasis?


  1. Borders for psoriasis rashes are usually clear (well demarcated) compared to normal skin around it.

  2. Psoriasis, especially the type of chronic plaque psoriasis has a dry and thick white salak lining on its surface.

  3. Psoriasis rashes are also itchy sometimes, but it’s not the main feature.

  4. Skin that experience psoriasis is not associated with the increased risk of a significant infection of germs, except in certain conditions such as psoriasis type psoriasis.

  5. Psoriasis rashes are usually identified in the location of ‘Extensors’ such as elbows, knees, scalp, at the bottom of the body, private and central parts. Keep in mind that psoriasis can also happen in any part of the skin.

  6. Majority of psoriasis cases are happening among adults.


  1. In Case of eczema rashes, rashes border is always less clear (poorly demarcated).

  2. Dry Skin Scales on the surface of eczema are not as thick as chronic plaque psoriasis.

  3. Different from psoriasis, eczema accompanied by skin itching symptoms.

  4. Eczema Skin is more susceptible to germs infection due to the layer layer of skin affected.

  5. Eczema rashes can usually be identified in the ‘flexors’ location such as arm the and back knee. Yet it can also happen in any part of the skin.

  6. Eczema usually starts from baby or child level. But there is also eczema that comes later in life although it was actually when a child or teenager had no eczema.

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