rashes can affect the epidermis' color, appearance, or texture. It may be localized
to a part of the body or affect all of the skin. Common causes of skin rashes
are anxiety, allergic reactions, irritants, bacterial or fungal infections, skin
diseases such as eczema or acne,
or exposure to sun or heat.
rashes often result in an itch, causing the person to scratch the affected skin
area; doing so may increase or spread the rash. Many over the counter products
provide temporary relief to skin rashes but because
the causes of rashes are diverse, a doctor or dermatologist is the best choice
for determining the treatment plan for a particular rash.
such as poison
often are culprits of skin rashes for people working outdoors, hiking or camping.
See also poison ivy, poison
oak, poison sumac. Download
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