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Skin rashes are a part of living, damaged and restore skin. Our skin is our first shield against the outside world. It protects us from many different irritants every day. But sometimes it gets “too much”: certain factors alter the skin barrier and cause inflammation.
Redness, swelling, patches, burning, tightness, itching... Skin rashes come in many forms and occur on different parts of the body, including the most intimate areas. It's important to identify the cause in order to treat the skin rash appropriately. Your skin needs you: give it a helping hand to help it soothe and restore itself...
Redness on the face, patches on the arms, pimples between the fingers or at the corner of the eye... When the skin cries out for help, it’s natural to want to find an explanation. And sometimes the question comes up: is it an allergy or "just" an skin rash?
Skin rashes are generally much more common than true skin allergies. They look like quite a localised inflammation in the place of contact with an irritating factor.
Allergies, on the other hand, are an immunological reaction (to an allergen). On the skin, this shows up as obvious signs: red patches with small eczema blisters, severe itching, swelling and oozing, sometimes accompanied by intense itching.
If you’re experiencing allergic reactions, consult your doctor immediately. They can refer you to a dermatologist or allergist to carry out allergy testing and determine the component that's making your skin react.
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Among the most common type of skin rash is contact irritation (irritant contact dermatitis"). This skin rash can occur when an item of clothing repeatedly rubs against the chin, when there’s friction between the skin of the thighs, sweating during sports, reacting to a poorly tolerated product (cream, detergent, etc.), as well as small everyday injuries... There are so many opportunities to come into contact with irritants! How can you soothe your fragilized skin in a few simple steps? We’ll tell all!
Ouch... It’s hard for you to see your baby’s little bottom so red and sore. But there’s no need to panic. Nappy rash is a mild skin rash that usually subsides within a few days if you take the right steps.
Herpes, chickenpox, shingles, impetigo... Some skin rashes can be due to a viral, bacterial or fungal infection, as is often the case with genital infections. If this is your experience, make sure to consult a pharmacist or a doctor.
Patches, redness, itching... Do you have a recurring skin rash that’s starting to take up too much space in your life? It may be a chronic skin disease such as psoriasis or eczema. Fortunately, there are plenty of soothing solutions.
Take care of your skin by choosing products with optimal tolerance for sensitive skin (those with minimal ingredients) and avoiding external aggressors (like the cold, heat, wind and sun). Also be attentive to lifestyle factors: eliminate stress-causing factors like smoking, alcohol, certain foods and, of course... Stress.
As you can see, there are many causes of skin rash. So, of course, the solutions vary... However, you can get rid of most types of skin rash with a few simple steps. Shall we calm down?
Face masks, lifestyle changes, stress... Your skin is on the front line. This unprecedented situation can lead to a skin rash. Here are some tips to help you soothe and care for your skin.
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Yes, stress can lead to rashes, especially in those who are susceptible. Stress affects our skin's immunity, making it more fragile and less able to renew itself. It can be a direct route to eczema, psoriasis, acne and other conditions. What’s the solution? Learn ways to manage stress and feel better in your skin.
Most everyday skin rashes are linked to contact with an irritating factor (friction, cold, wind, sun, reaction to a product, etc.). However, some rashes may be caused by a viral, bacterial or fungal infection, and may require treatment with medication. If in doubt, consult a health professional.
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Treating a skin rash depends on the cause, of course. But there are a few ways to soothe your inflamed skin: identify the irritating factor and eliminate it (this will be your “mission”!), use gentle, soap-free cleansers and apply a skin restore cream.
Everything you need to know to care for your skin rash
The treatment of anal skin rash depends on the cause. Good hygiene is of course essential: clean the area gently after each bowel movement with water or a mild product without soap, and dry thoroughly. You can also use soothing, healing creams. Consult a health specialist if symptoms persist or worsen.
It is strongly recommended to consult a doctor to determine the cause of the skin rash. Some intimate skin rashes are related to a bacterial, fungal or viral infection and require medical treatment. For certain types of inflammation, such as those of the vulva (vulvitis) or the glans (balanitis), you can also choose a treatment that combines copper and zinc for antibacterial and antifungal action.
In simple terms, nappy rash is a rash caused by your baby's buttocks becoming wet and acidic (from the use of nappies). To avoid this, it is therefore essential to change your child regularly. What if the rash occurs anyway? Soothe your baby with gentle, soothing, restorative creams.
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