Skin rash is a skin condition that can cause blisters, irritation and, in extreme cases, death.
It is commonly known as a sunburn or skin rash.
The symptoms of a skin rash include a rash, swelling, redness and peeling.
There are different types of skin rash depending on the skin type.
Treatment is simple, but it is best to get an antibiotic cream if your rash persists for more than a few days.
If you do not have a rash but you have some of the other skin types, your skin may be sensitive to sunlight.
This is why it is recommended to avoid direct sunlight in the morning and at night.
How can I treat a skin problem?
If you are concerned about your skin rash then consider treatment options such as: applying sunscreen to the skin, moisturising with an oil, or using a barrier cream.
Skin irritants are not all that common in the skin but can be dangerous and cause skin cancer.
Treatment options for skin irritants include: ointments, lotions, creams and creams containing vitamin E, vitamin C and vitamin E oil.
If your rash is severe, or you do have skin irritation, you may be referred to a dermatologist.
What are the symptoms of skin cancer?
There are various symptoms of melanoma, which are often referred to as skin cancer, including: red, swollen or peeling skin