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Rashes are often caused by contact with an irritating substance or allergen, according to WebMD. Common causes of rashes include poison ivy, soaps, perfumes, latex, jewelry and fabrics. Sometimes rashes are caused by vir... More »

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Pictures of adult skin rashes are available on WebMD.com, Healthline.com and MayoClinic.org. Rashes are irritations of the skin and are commonly red, itchy and painful. They can indicate a medical problem. Other causes o... More »

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Burning and itchy skin with no rash can have a variety of causes including dry skin, internal diseases and nerve disorders, according to Mayo Clinic. Treating the condition involves diagnosis and using various itch-relie... More »

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To treat an itchy, allergic skin reaction, avoid contact with the trigger, use a cold compress, soak the skin, use anti-itch cream and wear loose clothing, advises WebMD. Skin allergies normally resolve on their own with... More »

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Home treatment for diaper rash on adults wearing incontinence briefs includes keeping the skin dry by changing the brief when it is wet and soiled and ensuring the skin is not in contact with stool or urine, explains Web... More »

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There isa wide variety of conditions that are known tocause an itchy rash on the skin, includingallergic reactions to medication, contact dermatitis as a result of poison ivy exposure, ring worm, viruses such as varicell... More »

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An itchy skin rash can be soothed by caring for the skin carefully, using oatmeal-based products or applying topical medication, reports Wake Forest Baptist Health. A skin rash that is the result of an allergic reaction ... More »

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