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    what is enzyma

    skin rash

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    noncontagious skin disease with reddening patches
    Coach

    Sorry gary, that's eczema .
    gary

    It's still the same as described above. I checked my "Tools" in firefox and that's what the definition says. The word was misspelled in the question. If he meant enzymes, that's different. (no such word as enzyma)
    mycatsmom

    Lamont asked about eczema.....b/c he put rash under it
    Eczema is a skin condition.

    Enzymes are chemicals in your saliva, and also in meats, and maybe in some other foods or drinks, also.
    mycatsmom

    right and some enzymes are used to break down protein.

    Eczema is a area of skin that is reddened, sometimes progressing to becoming inflamed, scaly , and cracked. When my great-niece was only a toddler, she had it all around her heal. It was darkly reddened. ........a concern for her parents, b/c it was their first baby. Can be itchy . Can be an allergic reaction to shoe linings, or shoe dye.



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