Pictures to identify a skin irritation can be found at the websites of Mayo Clinic, Healthline and WebMD. These sites include both photographs and illustrations of various conditions.
Mayo Clinic provides a slide show of common skin rashes, such as psoriasis, rosacea, ringworm, shingles and dermatitis. Each image is accompanied by a description of the condition, possible causes and appropriate remedies.
Healthline offers pictures of 44 common skin disorders. Alongside each picture, Healthine provides a link to more detailed information on the condition, including possible causes, symptoms, complications and treatments. Pictures cover rashes, such as diaper rash and eczema; skin irritations resulting from viruses, such as herpes; and infections, such as shingles, fungal nail infections, molluscum contagiosum and measles.
Healthline also offers a page of pictures devoted exclusively to skin rashes, covering 59 possible causes for such irritations. The site covers allergic reactions, such as hay fever, drug allergy and flea bites. Skin irritations specific to children are also included, such as chicken pox, scarlet fever and measles. Along with the information, the site offers recommendations for at-home treatment or advice for visiting a doctor.
WebMD offers a brief slide show of common skin conditions. The pictures are displayed along with a brief paragraph on the condition.