Common skin rashes found in adults include psoriasis, eczema, heat rash, hives, and rosacea. Many types of skin rashes can often be treated by taking antibiotics or applying antifungal creams. More »

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Treatments for skin rashes in adults range from hydrocortisone ointments and steroid creams to antihistamines and mild sunlight exposure, according to WebMD. The most common skin rashes among adults are atopic eczema, gr... 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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Common skin problems adults have include athlete’s foot, psoriasis, eczema, rosacea and hives. Additional skin issues include acne, shingles, cold sores, skin tags and razor bumps. Physicians are capable of diagnosing sk... More »

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Shingles, hives, psoriasis, eczema and rosacea are some common skin conditions in adults, according to WebMD. Other sources of skin conditions include cold sores, rashes from plants and razor bumps. More »

A red rash under the skin could be a myriad of things like hives, psoriasis, eczema or possibly an allergic reaction to specific plants, foods or medications, according to WebMD. If the problem persists, a doctor's advic... More »

Some of the diseases that have distinguishable skin sores are shingles, hives, psoriasis, eczema, cold sores, athlete's foot and warts, states WebMD. While skin sores may differ in manifestation, from inflammation to ras... More »

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