Also known as hypopigmented eczema, It is very common in children.
- It presents as scaly white patches mostly found on the face.
- It is more prominent in the summer season or after swimming especially when the patients are exposed to the prolonged sun.
- They have less distinct borders.
- There is some association with atopic diathesis ( tendency to have allergic rhinitis and atopic eczema).
- A good moisturizer and a physical sunscreen are sufficient to keep it in under control.