Skin Rash From Sun

Heat rash is a red or pink rash usually found on body areas covered by clothing. It can develop when the sweat ducts become blocked and swell and often leads to discomfort and itching. Heat related illnesses occur when the body has lost the ability to control the temperature. The person’s normal ability to cool itself by manufacturing sweat has shut down. When this has occurred, it’s important to drop the temperature rapidly or they might experience permanent damage. Sometimes, certain medicines can make the skin more sensitive to sunlight. Since summer months are when the sun’s rays are their harshest it is best to know which medicines trigger such skin rashes.

If someone experiences a rash after sun exposure, you should loosen their clothing, particularly unbuttoning their collar and rolling up their sleeves. Cool water can be applied on the head.. One of the fastest ways that you can bring down such a condition is cooling the head. Dirtiness can’t be avoided at times. Most of us live in the city, where traffic is congested and air is polluted. Our skin can get dirty just by taking a walk in the streets. Sometimes, we don’t notice that our skin is getting dirty. Unnatural chemicals can often trigger rashes and eczema. Swimming pools are full of chlorine which dries out the skin, and in my case it often triggered eczema to appear. This type of eczema is known as chemical dermatitis, and can be triggered by many different types of chemicals.

It is more common in people with fair skin and you can identify it by small red blisters or large spots, appearing on the areas which have had the most sun exposure. This type of rash can be extremely itchy and it often occurs either immediately or a few hours after being exposed to the sun. The goal is to have not only beautiful, but healthier skin also, correct?  This is the time of year when we pay close attention to the products that claim to provide protection from harmful UV rays, and sunburn.  Using a daily moisturizer with UV protection gives you several beneits.

Avoid the sun when it is too hot. It is always better to avoid sun exposure for the few hours a day when the sun is very strong. This is between 12 noon and 3:00. It is better to choose a shaded area if possible. Always try to wear light clothes with full sleeves to provide extra protection to the skin. Certain people react adversely to harsh lightening ingredients such as Hydroquinone and even Kojic acid. If you go for natural ingredients, your skin will safely get rid of the spots. Stylish, loose fitting shirts and pants are available, often with ventilation systems built in to help keep you cool. There are wraps to cover swimsuits, as well as tighter rash guard type shirts you can actually wear into the water. Go for natural ingredients .The more natural the ingredients incorporated in the product, the better. Chemicals can cause sensitivity. These ingredients also make your skin more sensitive to the sun’s UV rays.