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Most bumps and blotches on a newborn baby are harmless and clear up by themselves. By far the most common skin problem in infants is diaper rash. Diaper rash is an irritation of the skin caused by dampness, urine, or feces. Most babies who wear diapers will have some type of diaper rash. However, there are other skin disorders that can cause rashes. These are usually not serious unless ...Read more
Alcohol rash: This is very common in orientals and I experienced in my practice frequently when in Thailand but have not see it since. If you avoid alochol I doubt that you will experience it. The cola is not involved. This is my guess, but since these rashes are short lived, you likely won't be able to let a doctor see it. ...Read more
Insect bite: If it is a round area that looks like a single hive, the most common cause is a bug bite. Applying anti-itch cream or cool wash cloth can be helpful. ...Read more
For the past 6-12+ months I have had a red rash on the right and left of my and between my eyebrows. It's red, slightly puffy, it burns, flakes. ?
I have seemingly broken out in small white pus spots nearly everywhere on my face - mostly around my eyebrows and lower right cheek like a rash?
I started having itchiness today all over, with no rash. I recently was treated for lumps on my glands and what seemed like eczema over my eyebrow. ?
Nine Itch Nails: May be a side effect of your medication.Can't be sure because you didn't say what you are taking.Many pain killers can cause itching without a rash.Antibiotics too, but more commonly with a rash.Actually many medications can cause itching.Other medical problems too but first sort-out the medications with your doctor. Once I had to take codeine for pain and I was so itchy that I rubbed my nose blue ...Read more
What is an inflamed rash on both sides of my nose and eyebrows? One side of the nose is scabbed and it feels like a severe sunburn.
Ive developed a small red itchy rash on both cornesr of my eyelids. My eyebrows sometimes itch as well. I have VERY sensitive skin, what should I do?
Sounds like eczema: I'd start with hydrocortisone to the affected areas twice a day. You can get the OTC 1% ointment at any pharmacy or market. The key is to apply once after a 10-15 minute shower, and a separate time later in the day. A moisturizer can also help. Vanicream, Eucerin, Cetaphil...these are all good options for a moisturizer. It can go on separately from the medication. This should help! ...Read more
I have a rash on my forehead from eyebrow waxing, I have prom tomorrow and I need to make the bumps go down as much as possible. What should I do?
Wait: It will likely be significantly better tomorrow on its own. But you can try taking an anti-inflammatory and applying ice. Hope this helps! ...Read more