Prickly heat rash occurs when there’s a blockage in the sweat ducts. This type of skin rashes is commonly seen in young children and babies since their sweat glands are still developing.
A prickly heat rash may appear in clusters as small red bumps or spots that result in an itching or prickling sensation. These skin rash clusters usually develop on the face, neck, skin folds, under the breasts, and scrotum.
2. Eczema or atopic dermatitis
Eczema or atopic dermatitis is a chronic skin disease that makes the skin red, itchy, and scaly. It is triggered by certain irritants like overly perfumed soap and detergents, as well as allergens like dust and food.
Eczema normally appears as patches on the face, neck, wrists, hands, limbs, feet, and ankles. Anyone can develop eczema, but infants and young children are more susceptible to it.
Psoriasis is a life-long skin problem that causes the skin to develop red patches of skin with silvery scales on top of it. This type of skin rash or pantal sa katawan commonly forms on the scalp, elbows, knees, and back.
It causes the skin to itch, and in severe cases, might result in a burning sensation or pain. Other people can easily manage psoriasis. However, it can sometimes hinder an individual from performing daily tasks.