Pictures of a skin rash resulting from allergies are available at MedicineNet and Healthline. Additional links to pictures of allergic skin reactions are available from MedlinePlus, part of the National Institutes of Health.
MedicineNet offers multiple images of allergic skin rashes. Some conditions covered by the website include various types of eczema, such as eczema herpeticum, atopic dermatitis, or baby eczema, and nummular eczema. The pictures show examples of the rash on different parts of the body, including the face and feet. Pictures of allergic contact dermatitis display reactions to temporary tattoos, henna and nickel, such as from a belt buckle or snap.
MedicineNet provides pictures of allergic skin rashes for cercarial dermatitis, also known as swimmer's itch. Multiple examples of lichen striatus, an allergic reaction found in children, are also included. Different types of allergic reactions to drugs are also featured, with examples of the rash on both an adult and a child. Pictures are accompanied by information on each condition.
MedlinePlus provides information on many different skin rashes with links to photo galleries, including a collection of allergic contact-dermatitis rashes in adults on Skinsite. Healthline covers numerous skin rashes, including allergic reactions from allergic eczema, flea bites and drug allergies.