Keratosis pilaris is a skin condition characterized by small, painless white or red bumps and dry skin. Keratosis pilaris often worsens in the winter, according to Mayo Clinic. More »

Small, white bumps that are present on the skin may be keratosis pilaris, otherwise known as keratin spots, which is caused by keratin accumulating underneath the skin, as reported by WebMD. Keratosis pilaris is a harmle... More »

Patient.co.uk defines an itchy rash with white bumps as acute urticaria, or hives. Typically, the rash develops from an allergic reaction to a food or medicine, or in response to exercise or heat. The itchy wheals or bum... More »

Keratosis pilaris is a skin disorder that causes rough patches and small, acne-like bumps on the skin, according to Mayo Clinic. It affects the skin especially on the thighs, cheeks, arms and buttocks, but this condition... More »

Keratosis pilaris rubra faceii is a skin condition that affects the face. It typically appears as a red rash on the cheeks. More »

Pityriasis rubra pilaris is a rare skin condition that results in inflammation and skin shedding, according to Healthline. It affects men and women equally, and patients may experience the condition in localized areas or... More »

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Eating bananas may trigger a food allergy in some people and cause eczema, a skin condition or rash that includes redness, brown-gray patches, tiny bumps and scales, states Mayo Clinic. Itchy skin rashes can affect the m... More »