Skin Rash Treatment

Skin Rash Treatment In Longwood, Mount Dora, Winter Park & Orlando, FL

Skin rashes are a common and uncomfortable problem seen by a dermatologist. A skin rash can come on suddenly from contact with an allergen, or it can be a chronic condition caused by an underlying illness. Your dermatologist can help treat and manage your skin rash.

The appearance of a skin rash can differ, producing several different blemishes including diffuse red bumps, painful cysts, or surface level redness. They can cover various parts of your body including your face, neck, chest, back, shoulders, and legs.

You can develop a skin rash from:

  • Exposure to harsh chemicals including alcohol or abrasive agents
  • Exposure to an allergen including dairy, peanuts, or shellfish
  • Environmental exposure including poison ivy and poison oak

Your dermatologist may treat rashes like those listed above with:

  • Antibiotics, to treat an underlying infection which has caused the rash
  • Cortisone cream, to reduce itching and pain associated with the rash
  • Oral corticosteroids, to decrease redness, swelling, and itching
  • Aveeno or oatmeal baths, to reduce itching, redness, and irritation
  • Prescription antihistamines to decrease itching associated with the rash

Chronic rashes that don’t resolve could be caused by an underlying medical condition including:

  • Eczema
  • Psoriasis
  • Rosacea
  • Autoimmune conditions like lupus

For chronic rashes that are caused by an underlying medical condition, your dermatologist may similar treatments like those listed above, along with:

  • Laser light and heat therapy to fade the rash
  • Topical creams to reduce the appearance of blemishes
  • Prescription medications to reduce breakouts

You should see your dermatologist if your skin rash is:

  • Getting more severe
  • Spreading to other areas of your body
  • Accompanied by fever, swelling, nausea, dizziness, body aches, or difficulty swallowing

If you have a skin rash, schedule an appointment today at the Dermatology Group by calling one of our four locations. Call our Longwood location at (407) 332-8080, or call our Mount Dora location at (352) 383-0733, or call our Orlando location at (407) 898-3033 or call our Winter Park location at (407) 645-2737. Protect your skin by calling today.

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