Itchy, red, inflamed skin? Think you know what's causing that rash? Get out the salve and take this soothing quiz!
Itchy, inflammatory skin problems all fall under the umbrella term dermatitis.
Dermatitis commonly appears as red, itchy and swollen skin.
People with sensitive skin may have allergic reactions to dyes and fragrances found in laundry detergents and fabric softeners.
There are more than 16 different sunscreen compounds approved by the FDA to filter UV rays, including para-aminobenzoic acid, or PABA, which may cause skin rashes and other allergic reactions in some people.
Coming into contact with poison ivy can cause a rash because of a resin called urushiol, which is naturally found in the plant.
Staying covered is the healthiest and safest way to protect yourself from insect bites. Wear long-sleeved shirts and pants when going outdoors.
Heat rash is caused when you sweat excessively and your sweat gets trapped in your skin.
True. Clothing can cause chafing, scratching, heat rash, and for some people, allergic reactions to dyes and metals used in fabrics.
If you shave without enough skin lubrication, the resultant friction could cause razor burn.
Cosmetics often contain ingredients such as fragrance, dyes and preservatives, as well as anti-aging serums -- and even bacteria -- that may cause skin reactions in some people.