Find out whether you can treat a rash at home or need medical care. Get dermatologists’ expertise that can help you relieve the itch.
Kids get lots of rashes. It can be difficult to know what’s causing them. Now you can add one more possibility to the list — a potential coronavirus infection. Learn the signs on their skin or body.
You can often treat chickenpox at home. These tips from board-certified dermatologists can help relieve your child's symptoms and prevent a skin infection.
This rash appears when something irritates your skin or causes an allergic skin reaction. Find out what can bring relief.
To get rid of this rash, you must find and avoid the cause. These dermatologists’ tips can help you pinpoint the cause.
Many babies develop diaper rash. Use this advice from dermatologists to treat it at home and find out when to get medical care.
It can seem that nothing will relieve an itchy eczema rash. If you find yourself in this situation, try these home remedies.
While the bumps and patches will go away on their own, the rash can itch. These self-care tips from dermatologists can relieve the itch.
Many people say that the itch is their most bothersome symptom. To relieve itchy psoriasis, dermatologists give their patients these tips.
Rashes can appear as blotches, welts, or blisters. Find out when you need to see a dermatologist for medical treatment.
The ringworm rash can itch intensely. Treatment brings relief by clearing the rash. Discover how to get the best results from treatment.
It’s common for children to develop a condition that causes a rash. Here’s a guide to 12 conditions that dermatologists frequently see that can cause a rash of bumps on your child’s skin.