As of September 2015, WebMD and websites for MedicineNet, Healthline and the National Eczema Association offer real photos of eczema rashes. WebMD has a slide show that provides information about eczema through text and images. Topics include symptoms, eczema at different ages, diagnosis, risk factors and treatment.
The MedicineNet website shows photographs of several forms of eczema, such as atopic, allergic contact and seborrheic eczema. Each caption explains the eczema variation that causes the rash. For instance, the site displays an image of a nummular eczema arm rash. The condition is characterized by circular sections of irritated skin on the arms, lower legs, back or buttocks. The rash is often crusted, scaling and itchy.
The slide show on Healthline's site demonstrates the difference between eczema and psoriasis. Images of both conditions compare and contrast many aspects of the rashes. For example, Healthline has pictures of psoriasis and eczema on several body parts, such as on the face, legs and hands. The photo gallery also depicts severe and pervasive cases and treatments.
The National Eczema Association website has a page that displays different types of the condition, including contact dermatitis, dishidrotic eczema and stasis dermatitis. Each condition has a link to further information.