Seborrheic Dermatitis is the most common rashes affecting adults.
It makes an irritated, red scaly, bumpy outbreak that typically affects the scalp, eyebrows, forehead, cheekbones, and other facial areas. In children, it can include the groin (posterior), abdomen, and diaper areas. Adults tend to develop this rash at different times during their lives, but it’s generally worse when wet.
There are a number of common conditions that can lead to a skin rash. Here are a few common triggers:
Cold weather. It’s hard to avoid skin rashes if you’re going through cold weather or if it’s been raining for a long time. Most often, rashes develop because of a reaction to dry skin. When the skin comes into contact with dryness, it can become irritated. When the irritation worsens, the red bumpy skin surface develops into the characteristic red rash we all have experienced in the winter time.
Sunburn. Most people get sunburns while playing outside, on the beach, or anywhere where there’s a lot of sunshine.
Even people who are more cautious when it comes to being exposed to the sun usually get sunburns. The reason is simple: exposure to the sun causes a chemical change in the skin and the result is the red and white rash you see every year on the outside of your body.
Eczema. The redness of eczema is one of its most recognizable characteristics. Eczema is a chronic skin condition caused by an allergic reaction to an irritant like dust mite, household cleaners, and detergents. It can also be caused by a medical condition like psoriasis. In adults, eczema is more common.
Yeast Infection. The reddening of the skin caused by thrush is caused by the overgrowth of yeast in the mouth. Thrush can be caused by an overgrowth of Candida Albicans, which can be a yeast that normally lives inside the body.
Allergy rash. This rashes can be caused by many things including pollen, dust mites, animals, dust mites, mold spores, foods, and anything else that has the potential of causing a rash.
Rashes are the body’s way of getting rid of harmful irritants or toxins in the environment.
If you’re susceptible to one of these things, your skin can develop a rash as a means of clearing out the toxins. If you notice your rash developing, don’t worry – this doesn’t mean that you have to take a bath and forget about the whole thing. You can still use a good, quality body wash to get rid of all the irritants in your skin.
Once you’ve cleared away the irritants, it’s time to look at the cause of your rash. Your skin can become irritated from many things, and it may not even be until your skin is red and itchy that you find out what it is.
Contact Lens Irritation. This can result from wearing lenses for too long or being in an enclosed space, like an office, and it can also be caused by a reaction to an ointment or cream you put on the lenses.
Sunburn. Most of us know the feeling of pain from a sunburn, the burning and redness of the skin, but you may experience a less intense burn when the sun is in direct sunlight for too long.
Eczema. Some people will have eczema only occasionally, and the rest of us suffer from the disease frequently.
T rash can lead to severe health problems like eczema. This is why it’s important to have the proper care for your skin and treat it quickly to avoid the development of more serious conditions. If you see any of these symptoms on your body, you should visit your doctor right away.