What is a Skin Rash?
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The skin is the body's largest organ. It consists of three layers-the epidermis (outer layer), the dermis (middle layer), and the subcutaneous layer (inner layer). The skin acts as a shield between the body and the millions of foreign substances that exist in our environment.
It also functions as a means of excreting toxins and other substances from the body, as the kidneys and bowels do.
As a result, the skin is subject to the development of various bumps and blisters, as well as to changes in color, cracking, dryness, flaking, itching, redness, roughness, scaling, thickening, and a host of other problems.
Signs & Symptoms of Skin Rash
A "Skin Rash" is a kind of red bump that forms on your body and could be caused due to a variety of reasons. This word is freely used in normal language to denote a number of skin conditions. Most commonly occurring skin conditions or skin rash types are:
* Non infected scaly patches on the skin.
* Scaly patches on skin caused by fungal or bacterial infection.
* Red, itchy patches or bumps all over the skin.
Skin rashes are rarely classified as dangerous, but still warrant medical attention.
Rashes should not be self-diagnosed. Proper evaluation of the skin rash type requires a doctor visit.
Types of Skin Rash
The following list of skin rash types may help you to categorize the condition.
Non infected scaly patches on the skin:
Scaly and itchy skin rash type usually represents a condition known as eczema.
Atopic dermatitis: The most common form of eczema is known as Atopic dermatitis.
This skin rash type is normally hereditary which often starts in childhood with symptoms like scaly patches on the arms, legs, scalp and torso. During teenage the condition of atopic dermatitis may spread to inner elbows and knees.
Adults are affected by atopic dermatitis on the genitals, around the eyelids, on the hand and all over the body as well.
"Dermatitis" means skin inflammation. "Atopic" refers to hereditary diseases. These diseases may include hay fever, asthma and atopic dermatitis. In a condition of atopic dermatitis, the skin turns extremely itchy and inflamed which may cause redness, swelling and cracking. Atopic dermatitis affects off and on for no apparent reason. It is at its worst in winter months, when the air becomes cold and dry.
Contact dermatitis: Contact dermatitis is a skin rash type caused due to contact with a specific material which may cause allergy to the skin. For example poison ivy and jewelry containing nickel causes reactions. Contact dermatitis affects only the touched parts.
The other kinds of skin rash types are scaly rashes. The ones worth mentioning are psoriasis, also a hereditary condition affecting knees, elbows and pityriasis rosea, which forms scaly rashes on the chest and back and generally disappears in a month. Xerosis or very dry skin, may appear as rash during the cold, dry months of the year.
Hives or Urticaria are red welts that are itchy. They appear and disappear on different parts of the body. Because of the vagueness of the term, most people use "rash" to describe the conditions of pimples or rosacea on the facial skin. They certainly do not fall into any skin rash types.
You know when you have a skin rash. Its an outbreak of red bumps on the skin. The most common types of rash are as follows. Scaly patches of skin not caused by infection. Scaly patches of skin caused by a fungus or bacterial infection. Red itchy bumps scattered randomly on the skin.
Skin rashes are seldom dangerous self diagnosis is not a good idea. The proper evaluation of a rash should be done by a doctor. A doctor can determine what type of rash you have and prescribe proper treatment.
Scaly patches of skin that are not caused by an infection are usually referred to as eczema. Atopic dermatitis is the most common type of eczema. This type is hereditary and often appears in childhood as chapped cheeks and scaly patches on the hands, legs torso and arms. This type of eczema appears on adults on the hands, genitals, eyelids and can appear almost anywhere on the body.
This type of eczema is inherited from your parents. Atopic dermatitis can apear and disappear for no apparant reason but things like the weather can have an effect on it.
The word "dermatitis" means inflammation of the skin, "atopic means hereditary. Hereditary means that it runs in your family.
Diseases that are hereditary often occur together, that is they can tend to make their appearance simultaneously. In atopic dermatitis the skin can become inflamed and itchy with swelling and cracking and can include weeping, crusting and scaling. People afflicted with this type of rash may also have allergies but most cases of this type of rash are not the result of an allergic reaction. This type of rash is not contagious even though spread patterns may make it apear as though it is.
Another type of skin rash is "contact dermatitis". This type of rash is brought on by contact with a substance that is irritating to the skin. This can be any one of a number of things including allergic reactions to substances or contact with chemical irritants.
This type of skin rash can be causes by poison ivy or poison oak as well as prolonged contact with something like gasoline or strong cleaning products. Frequently it is caused by exposure to nickel in costume jewelry. Almost everyone has experienced this type of skin rash at some point in their life.
Topical treatments such as ointments along with avoidance of what caused the skin rash in the first place are the usual prescription for this type of rash.
Another type of rash is red or scaly patches of skin caused by fungus or bacterial infection. Fungus infections are the most common. They have nothing to do with hygiene clean people get them as well as those who might not be so clean. In contrary to the myth they are not highly contagious.
They are not easily transmitted in gym shower or locker rooms or on toilet seats. Antifungal creams are the usual course of treatment. Many of these types of creams can be purchased over the counter at your local drug store.
Another type of rash is a bacterial infection. This type of rash is caused by a bacteria rather than a fungus. Again hygene plays little or no part in this infection. Treatment for this type of rash might include oral antibiotics and a perscription strength topical ointment. The over the counter treatment that are effective on fubgus caused rashes are just not very effective on bacterial rashes.
Viral rashes are caused by a viral infection. They can come as a symptom to a disease like chicken pocks or herpes or a number of other diseases. But this is not always the case the viral infection can also be just the rash itself. Many diseases do have a skin rash as one of their symptoms though
Allergic drug rashes are caused by an allergic reaction to a drug. Many people are allergic to a specific drug and a rash can apear days or weeks after taking the drug they are allergic to. A common drug that people are allergic to is penicillin.
Treatment for this type of skin rash is to discontinue the use of the drug and wait for it to go away. Topical treatments to sooth the itching are available over the counter. In extreme cases you may require a perscription strength topical treatment.
The best way to approach treatment for a skin rash is to eliminate the underlying cause. Following are descriptions of some of the conditions most often responsible for skin rashes.
This list is not exhaustive, and it is not meant as a substitute for diagnosis by a qualified health care practitioner. Any skin rash that persists for longer than one week, that seems to be getting worse, or that is accompanied by other symptoms, such as fever, should be evaluated by a professional.
Inflammation, scaling, cracking, and blisters on the feet, especially between the toes. Burning and/or itching may be severe. More information: Athlete’s Foot
Crops of small round blister like pimples that crust over as they heal. Usually appears first on the torso, following a day or so of fever and headache, and then spreads to the face and extremities. Extremely itchy. Most common in children
There are several types of dermatitis, including atopic dermatitis, nummular dermatitis, seborrheic dermatitis, and hand dermatitis. General features include patches of scaling, flaking, and thickening skin that may appear anywhere on the body. Skin color in the affected area may change. Itching is common. One type of dermatitis causes round lesions on the limbs. More information: Dermatitis
Food or drug allergy
A flat pink or red rash, with possible swelling and/or itching. More information: Food Allergies
Fungal infection (candida)
Moist, possibly itchy, red patches that may appear anywhere on the body, but are most common in areas where skin surfaces rub together. In babies, an inflamed, shiny diaper rash.
Painful fluid-filled blisters that erupt periodically around the mouth or genitals
A rash that usually appears suddenly and can take the form of patches of tiny, goose bump-like spots or red, itchy welts that cover significant areas of the body-or anything in between
A red, circular lesion that gradually expands as the center appears to clear up. This may be followed by a rash composed of small raised bumps on the torso. The rash mayor may not be accompanied by flu-like symptoms of fever, chills, and nausea.
A raised red rash that usually begins on the forehead and ears and spreads to the rest of the body. The rash usually follows several days of viral symptoms including fever, cough, sneezing, runny nose, and possibly conjunctivitis. There may be tiny red spots with white centers in the mouth as well. More information: Measles
A bumpy red rash accompanied by headache, achiness, low-grade fever, sore throat, and persistent fatigue
Poison ivy/poison oak/poison sumac
A red, intensely itchy rash with swelling and oozing blisters. If scratched, the rash can spread.
Silvery, scaly patches that may appear anywhere on the body, but are most common on the scalp, ears, arms, legs, knees, elbows, and back. The rash follows a pattern of periodic flare-ups followed by healing. It mayor may not be itchy. More information: Food Alergies
Small, itchy round red spots that grow to be approximately 114 inch in diameter, with scaly, slightly raised borders. They tend to clear in the center as they expand. More information: Worms
Reddening, small bumps, and pimples, usually affecting the nose and the center of the face. It resembles acne, but is chronic and is more common in middle-aged and older individuals. More information: rosacea
A persistent itchy rash with small red lumps that may become dry and scaly. Fine, wavy dark lines may emanate from some lumps. Most often occurs between the fingers, on the wrists and/or forearms, and on the breasts and/or genitals. More information: Scabies
Greasy yellowish, flaky patches of skin that form scales and crusts. It can appear anywhere on the body, but most often affects the scalp, face, and/or chest. It mayor may not be itchy.
Crops of tiny blisters that are extremely painful and sensitive to the touch and that eventually crust, scab, and are shed. Most common on the abdomen below the ribs, but it can occur anywhere on the body. May be preceded and/or accompanied by flu-like symptoms of chills, fever, and achiness. More information: shingles
What is Poison Ivy Rash?
Poison ivy, poison oak, and poison sumac are probably the most common allergenic plants in the United States.
These plants grow in every state except Alaska and are common along roadsides, in forests and pastures, and along streams-even, in the case of poison ivy, in suburban backyards.
The first symptom of poison ivy is a burning and itching sensation. This is followed by the development of a red, intensely itchy skin rash, often accompanied by swelling, oozing, and crusting blisters.
A mild case may involve only a few small blisters, while a severe case may cause many large blisters, acute inflammation, fever, and/or inflammation affecting the face or genitals.
Symptoms can appear anywhere from a few hours to seven days after contact and tend to be at their worst between the fourth and seventh days. The rash often forms a linear pattern.
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What Causes Skin Rash?
There are many reasons for skin reactions and skin rashes. Some of the most common include allergies to molds, foods, chemicals, cosmetics, and other substances; insect bites; reactions to plants, such as poison ivy, or fungi; diaper rash; reactions to the sun and wind; reactions to drugs or alcohol; reactions to detergents; reactions to jewelry and fragrances; food allergies; nervous tension; and friction, either from two parts of the body rubbing against each other or from contact with an external agent, such as ill-fitting clothing or shoes.
A skin rash should not be taken lightly, as it can sometimes be an indication of an underlying illness-sometimes a potentially serious illness. Certain types of rashes can be valuable as early warning signals.
Scaly patches on skin caused by fungal or bacterial infection:
Fungal infections: Fungal infections are common but don't appear as often as skin rashes in the eczema category. Fungal infections are not due to hygiene, clean people are also prone to them. The fungal infection skin rash type is not caught from animals, nor is it transmitted in gyms, showers or pools. They are not contagious.
Bacterial infections: The most common skin rash type caused by bacterial infection is impetigo. Impetigo is caused by strep germs and is more common in children. This again is not due to poor hygiene.
Red, itchy patches or bumps all over the skin:
This form of skin rash type is caused by virus or allergy.
Viral rash: Viral infections of the skin like herpes mostly occurs on one part of the body, viral rashes also occur all over the body and are symmetrical. These viral rashes usually last about a week and vanish on their own.
Allergic drug rash: Rashes caused due to drug allergy start in about two weeks of a new medication. It is very unlikely that a medicine which has been prescribed for a few months or years to cause a reaction.
There is no specific test to prove whether a rash is allergic as a result of which doctors recommend stopping a suspected drug to see the results.
Avoid prolonged contact with known skin irritants including chemicals, dust, direct sunlight, and water.
• Many medications cause skin rashes in people when they are exposed to sunlight. If your medication causes photosensitivity, ask your doctor if there are any alternatives.
• Skin rashes in children are often caused by food allergies, especially to chocolate, dairy products, eggs, peanuts, milk, wheat, fish, chicken, pork, or beef. Some experts estimate that allergies to eggs, peanuts, and milk account for as many as 75 percent of all skin rashes in children.
• Wear cool, loose clothing. Next to the skin, cotton is best.
Self Care strategies for Living with Skin Rash
Herbal home remedies of skin rash treatment
Here are some home remedies for the treatment of skin rashes :-
• Aloe vera gel, ginkgo biloba extract, and green tea extract have antioxidant properties that can aid in healing. o Calendula, chamomile, elder flower, and tea tree oil can be used externally as a soothing wash on rashes.
• Olive leaf extract has healing properties for the skin.
• Itch Relief Lotion from Derma-E Products contains chamomile, tea tree oil, and vitamin E. It offers quick relief of skin irritation.
• For quick relief of itching and inflammation, soak a clean cloth in cool water (or, for even greater soothing effect, in comfrey tea that has cooled), wring it out, and apply it to the affected area for ten minutes. Repeat this procedure as often as necessary for relief.
• Soak a washcloth in malva tea and apply it as a warm compress to the infected area to reduce inflammation
• A poultice made with chaparral, dandelion, and yellow dock root benefits many types of skin rashes.
• Take lukewarm showers instead of baths, and try not to shower every day during the duration of the rash. Also avoid using the same washcloth, sponge, or shower pouf each time you shower, as bacteria and fungi can grow in these moist areas.
Skin Care – Inside Out
We discussed this earlier and you may have heard of skin care treatments such as chemical peels, facelifts, dermabrasion, laser light, and all those wonders of skin science that constantly make looking younger, fairer, more confident a reality for many people.
What if you were told that there was a way to make your skin healthier, younger looking aside from these methods? A method that does not include scalpels, suctions, topical solutions and others? Wouldn’t it be great? Alas, you might say, it hasn’t happened yet, maybe some day in the far-off future. But what if you were told that it was possible even today. Would you flip?
The wonder being talked about here is the wonder that has always been there – your body. Your body has the ability to regulate itself, supply nutrients to various organs such as the skin and generally give it a healthy glow.
The body also has the capability of improving how the skin looks. It can make the skin more supple, radiant, healthy, and youthful looking. Taking care of the body from the inside out has been grossly underrated. Caring for the skin in this way will result in a more natural glow. This method of skin care in conjunction with other skin treatments will result in the optimal skin care.
If this is the case, then why doesn’t it do that exact same thing to everyone, you may ask. Various factors will impair the body’s ability to do – bad diet, smoking, stress, lack of sleep and other factors make the skin that old, scaly, thing many people see in front of the mirror.
But wait, there’s hope! With proper nutrition, proper care and maintenance, you can help your body improve your skin’s health and appearance.
Think of it like this. Let’s say you have a green plant, and you don’t water it for sometime, and neglect to give it fertilizer, and plant it on poor soil, won’t the leaves wither and dry up? The same can be said about one’s health in general and the skin in particular.
The exciting thing here is that it is becoming increasingly evident that it is not only what you apply on your skin that improves it, but what you put into your body as well. Studies are showing that vitamins, minerals, water, exercise and rest all play an important part in improving skin.
Experts say that the skin is the benchmark for the body’s health. Healthy skin also an indicator of good health, so taking good care of your body not only gives you great skin but give you good health in general.
To improve skin health, it would do well to take note of the following factors.
Vitamins and Minerals
There is a dearth of good nutrition on the market, and it is getting increasingly hard to get the necessary vitamins and minerals from what the average American eats. Vitamin supplements may help in this regard. Scientists are discovering how increasingly important the vitamins C, E, A, K, and B complex are to skin health. Being able to absorb these vitamins through diet and supplements will improve skin health a great deal.
Dehydration results in scaly, coarse, and unhealthy skin. Water also helps flush out toxins in the body. These toxins could cause a variety of skin conditions and could very well spell skin doom for most people.
The benefits of exercise have been understated. Exercise can benefit the body and the skin a lot. Since exercise has the effect of improving circulation, this improved circulation benefits the organs of the body. And since the skin is the largest organ, it benefits greatly from exercise. Good circulation helps bring more blood and nutrients to the skin. It also facilitates the removal of waste and toxins, resulting in a better skin health.
Stress and lack of rest have a telling effect on the skin. The body needs rest to repair and rejuvenate skin cells. If the body does not get this rest the skin generally appears pallid and contributes to a haggard look. Also the bags that form beneath the eyes due to water retention, give the person a zombified look. Lack of sleep has also been pinned as one cause of acne.
Vitamin C and its role in collagen synthesis
The only antioxidant proven to increase collagen synthesis, it aids in the healing of minor cuts and wounds.
As collagen decreases with age, photo aging further speed up the decrease. L-ascorbic acid acts as a signal, sending the message to the collagen genes so it can manufacture more collagen, and also is a cofactor for enzymes vital in collagen synthesis.
Vitamin C and its function as antioxidant and free radical inhibitor
The production of collagen is affected when the skin is exposed to reactive oxygen species, known as free radicals. As a result, wrinkles and premature skin sagging transpire.
Too much UV radiation exposure will give rise to free radicals. As UV radiation deeply penetrates the skin creating free radicals as well as other reactive agents that hit and damage the skin’s lipids, vitamin C helps the body to neutralize these free radicals.
Vitamin C performs these functions:
1. Fights off foreign invaders in the body.
2. Increases collagen production in the skin.
3. Helps in the production of anti bodies.
4. Is a natural antihistamine, can reduce allergic reactions.
5. Naturalizes pollutants.
6. Maintains healthy skin
7. Increase the rate of healing.
Diet change strategies:
Good Nutrition and Your Complexion
As the old cliché goes, “Health is Wealth.” Hence, it is always important to uphold the value of proper eating and living a healthy lifestyle in order to stay in shape and to be perfectly well.
However, being healthy is not only constrained on having a perfect body. In fact, aside from having a perfect body, being healthy could also mean having a healthy skin as shown in the skin’s complexion.
That is why, most people who are known to be health buffs are also known to be good-looking people. This is because the inner beauty radiates and exudes deep from within, even without the traces of make up.
Nowadays, looking good is not anymore a factor of being vain but is already considered one way of staying healthy. This is because many medical experts are now insisting on the fact that good nutrition is, indeed, an important factor in having a good complexion and image.
In reality, many people are not aware that good nutrition is a great factor in generating a healthy good-looking skin. They only thought that eating the right kind of food would make people healthier and live life longer. What they do not know is that good nutrition is also a big factor in having a good complexion and healthy skin.
Therefore, for people who are not aware why good nutrition is important in maintaining a healthy skin complexion, here are some reasons that they should be aware of.
1. Eating foods that are rich in vitamin A is important in maintaining a healthy skin.
A daily dose of vitamin A is proven to be an effective way of reducing the appearance of acne, wrinkles, and other skin problems. However, care must be properly observed when taking foods rich in vitamin A. Too much intake of this vitamin may result to serious problems like liver diseases.
2. Good nutrition replenishes the lost vitamins and minerals that the human body is not capable of producing. When people are exposed to the sun the skin’s reservoir of vitamin C goes down, and unlike most animals, humans cannot make vitamin C.
Therefore, it is important to reproduce vitamin C by eating foods that re rich in vitamin C. In this way, the skin will be able to combat the harmful effects of the damages caused by the sun’s ultraviolet rays.
3. Eating foods rich in antioxidants is definitely good for the skin.
In order for the skin to work against the upshots of oxidants or the free radicals that are manufactured when the body cells burn oxygen in order to generate energy, it is important for the people to eat foods that are rich in antioxidants. These foods are the “green, leafy vegetables” like the spinach
Antioxidants are also present in foods that are rich in carotenoids like beta-carotene. A good example of this is carrots. It can also be present in food supplements such as vitamins E and C.
4. Eating foods rich in fiber can also contribute to good skin complexion.
Fiber, or roughage, is composed from the plant’s cell wall material. Whole grains, legumes, citrus fruits, nuts, and vegetables are all good sources of dietary fiber.
On its basic sense, fiber is an example of complex carbohydrate that is relatively essential in the absorption of the other nutrients into the body. Without fiber, some of the nutrients will only be put to waste and will not be consumed by the body. Hence, with fiber, the skin’s complexion will be healthier looking and will even produce healthy glow.
5. For proper growth and production of new skin cells, proteins are the best sources in order to help in this process.
Proteins are chains of amino acids responsible for the skin’s cell growth and maintenance. Protein in foods from meat, poultry, fish, and dairy is called complete protein because it contains essential amino acids necessary for building and maintaining skin cells.
Thus, a properly maintained skin cell will result to a good skin complexion.
Indeed, eating right does not merely produce a healthy body but a healthy skin as well. Hence, people should be more aware of what they are eating because it will surely reflect on their skin’s appearance.
As most people say, “You are what you eat.”
Aloe Vera Juice For Acne Vulgaris
Aloe Vera has been around for centuries and is obviously nothing new. However what used to be thought as just a cure for sunburn and cuts is now being used for acne. If you read back into history Queen Cleopatra touted the use of aloe vera as her most important beauty secret but for some reason it seemed to get lost in the shuffle of new acne treatments that are much more costly and invasive. Now though aloe vera is shown to make an excellent zits treatment once again.
Many people often use aloe vera for clear skin by the use of skin care products that contain this powerful source. But it doesn’t necessarily have to come from the plant or in facial washes. Aloe Vera juice is now just as popular and quite frankly deserves a place in your refrigerator as well. Whole leaf Aloe Vera Juice contains many vitamins and minerals that you need for not only healthy and clear skin, but for a healthy body.
Containing calcium chromium, copper, potassium, iron, magnesium, manganese, zinc, sodium, folic acid, niacin, as well as Vitamins A, B1, B2, B6, B12, C and E - aloe vera juice is perfect for your acne treatment. This is a long list of vital vitamins and nutrients that are the exact ingredients that you would include in a natural skin product, but yet you can simply just drink it to get everything you need in one 8oz glass.
Aloe vera juice detoxifies your body by helping with the digestion and elimination of waste as well as the killing of bacteria that brings on the acne and acne breakouts. By getting rid of the harmful toxins you have much clearer skin that will lessen blemishes, general acne as well as other skin problems.
Aloe vera juice does this by enhancing the production of fibroblasts which are the tiny cells that are responsible for collagen formation. As we know collagen gives the skin it’s “body” which takes away wrinkles and fine lines. It is also a natural anti-flammatory that can work to reduce the inflammation that causes breakouts and acne.
The vitamins and amino acids, which are the proteins that you need for healthy clear skin and a healthy body, that are found in aloe vera work well to renew your skin with healthy cells. It is almost like taking a natural vitamin supplement that is already working to help with your acne, but it just gives you more of what you need.
Vitamin & Nutrient Associations for healthy clear skin
Most people are lacking in the vitamins that are important for your body to function efficiently. Only around 15 percent of Americans eat the recommended three to five servings of vegetables every day. Did you know that your skin is the largest organ of your body? It above all else requires proper nutrition to function well and act as the first line of defense against infectious diseases and microbes.
Your body needs complete nutrition to promote healthy skin. There are a number of vitamins and minerals that are powerful antioxidants capable of flushing out free radicals and toxins from your body.
A healthy liver functions well to cleanse our blood of the dirt from excess hormones. And with our blood clean, consequently, our skin's condition will improve. That's the herbs way of accomplishing the natural acne treatment process.
Some even have antibacterial effects and promote immunity, both of which are important in keeping your pores clean of clogging toxins and in healing the damaged skin tissue.
As mentioned above, Aloe Vera Juice is a refreshing and anti-bacterial drink, that helps you to cleanse your system on a cellular level and assist in dealing with any digestive issues like toxin buildup that could also be working to cause some of your skin problems.
Your system and skin cleansing would be well supported by adding a powerful ANTI OXIDANT to your daily nutrition as part of the solution to high levels of toxins we deal with in our lives and the toxic waste in your body and skin. You may find benefit from reading our information on detoxification
It is important to also ensure you also have ‘outer nutrition’ to support your skin health.
A natural herbal based skin care regime can be useful in dealing with acne vulgaris. Perhaps using a natural skin care program is the most important tip we can give you about maintaining a healthy and clear skin, once you have established a healthy nutrition routine!
We wish you well in your search for solutions to this problem and your movement towards better health in all areas.
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With new research, new products and new skin protection advice popping up all the time, it is hard to figure out the best things to do to improve and protect your skin.
A skin care program is the combination of skin care products and a routine that will be most beneficial to the skin. You will first need to consider your diet and type of life-style since these two factors play an important role in the health of a person's skin.
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