The sitesSkinSight and the National Eczema Association have onlinepictures of rashes on the top of the foot. Theonline resource SkinSight, which has information on many skin conditions, has pictures of allergic contact dermatitis while the National Eczema Association has pictures of stasis dermatitis that involve the foot area. Both of these conditions can produces rashes on the affected areas of the body.
Allergic contact dermatitis is a reaction to some substance that can include topical creams, chemicals and fragrances, explains SkinSight. The symptoms of contact dermatitis can develop from 48 to 72 hours after exposure to an allergen, and theycan include a rash, red or scaly skin and blisters.
Stasis dermatitis, which is also known as varicose eczema, occurs because there is a vein problem that affects the circulation, specifies Medical News Today. This condition generally affects the lower leg and foot areas.Some symptoms of this condition are dry and itchy skin, or a rash. The National Eczema Association relates that ulcers that weep, or an infection are some symptoms of sever cases of this condition.