Eczema is often a diagnosis which presents in many different ways and for which there is no definite test. For some it is weeping and others, dry and cracking. Sometimes the symptoms change from one to the other and in necessitates a change or review of the remedy. A case this year appeared to have been triggered by a repeated dose of a vaccination. The eczema came out in the area of the armpits and the groin. It was typically very itchy and by the time I saw the child had spread to cover the stomach and genitals. Three days of the remedy and the intensity of the itch had decreased, the area affected had reduced and the redness lessened. After a week it was almost gone and we repeated the remedy and it cleared completely.