Systematic review of homoeopathic treatment of dermatitis.

Published 24-04-2023
Section Review articles


  • Swati Singh harati Vidyapeeth Deemed to be University Homoeopathic Medical College, Pune, India
  • sheetal Ajit Patil Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed to be university homoeopathic medical college and hospital.



Dermatitis refers to a wide range of skin irritations and rashes produced by a variety of causes such as heredity, an overactive immune system, infections, allergies, irritating substances, and more. The symptoms of dry skin, redness, and itching are all frequent.1,3 When compared to conventional medication, the treatment of skin disorders with homoeopathic remedies appears to be safer and more satisfactory to the patient, with an improvement in quality of life and general health.2 This review article is written after studying many homoeopathic and dermatitis papers which shows some very positive results of homoeopathic medicine done on dermatitis and in skin disease. Articles published between 2005 to 2021 were included in review. MEDLINE, PubMed, Google Scholar, reference lists, and expert textbooks were used to gather information. Although we are supposing to do more research in field of homoeopathy as well as dermatology for some better results and proof. The goal of this systematic review is to summaries and critically evaluate the evidence from clinical trials and other study, as well as to assess the efficacy of homoeopathy as a dermatitis treatment.