What is inguinal dermatitis?
Groin eczema (also known as inguinal dermatitis or groin dermatitis)is a bacterial infection of the groin that causes redness and irritation of the skin. It is often confused for other skin fold conditions, such as mycotic intertrigo, which unlike inguinal dermatitis, is caused by dermatophytes or candida.
What is the cause of groin eczema?
Groin eczema is caused by the overgrowth of a bacterium called corynebacterium minutissimum. This bacterium belongs to a fairly large group of microorganisms that share some characteristics with diptheria; for example, neither move and both settle at the site of infection. Even in the reproductive phase, the new microorganisms tend to remain in the same site in which they were formed.
How to treat groin eczema
Regardless of their cause, all variants of eczema in the groin or folds of the skin are reduced with 2S Cream. 2S Cream contains sulfur and salicylic acid which combat many microorganisms, including fungi and yeasts.
Apply a small amount of 2S Cream to the affected area every evening and massage until completely absorbed.
Unlike normal skin redness that can occur in the groin area, inguinal dermatitis is well defined by a sharp, visible border which separates infected and healthy skin.