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Vulvar dermatitis is considered to be a type of eczema and is a skin condition that affects the female genitalia and sometimes the buttocks. There are two types of vulvar dermatitis, referred to as endogenous vulvar dermatitis and exogenous vulvar dermatitis. What is contact dermatitis? Contact dermatitis is a rash that results when the skin reacts to a substance that is applied to it. Examples of things that can cause this are creams, ointments, gels, sprays, sanitary pads, dyes or clothing. Vulvar dermatitis happens when the soft folds of skin around the opening of the vagina become red, painful, and itchy. Dermatitis can be caused by heat or wetness or can be a reaction to scented soaps, powders, creams, toilet paper, spermicides, or clothing. contact dermatitis occurs when a substance irritates your skin. Substances that might cause contact dermatitis on the vulva include laundry detergents. Vulvar dermatitis is the most common type of vulvar dermatosis. One-third to one-half of vulvar complaints stem from this problem. It can develop in isolation or may occur as part of dermatitis in other areas of the body. Pruritus, or itch, is a common vulvar complaint that is often treated empirically as a yeast infection however, yeast infections are just one of the many conditions that can cause vulvar itch. Ignoring other conditions can prolong pruritus unnecessarily. on the vulva, crusts are less likely, but eczema may initiate a cycle of vulvar itching and scratching that leads to lichen simplex chronicus thickened and intensely itchy skin. If eczema affects an area of the vulva called the vestibule, it may cause stinging and burning. Sometimes eczema appears in early childhood and its cause is unknown.