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According to HowStuffWorks, red blotches on the face can be caused by rosacea, eczema or reactions to skin care products, including allergic reactions. People who are photosensitive can also find themselves with red blot... More »

The many causes of red blotches on skin include burns, infections, autoimmune diseases, allergies and hormonal changes, notes Healthline. It is important to speak with a professional regarding any lasting changes to your... More »

Some causes of red blotches on the lower legs are psoriasis, allergies, infections, eczema and Schamberg's disease, states Healthline. The most common cause of red blotches is eczema, which is a common rash for people su... More »

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