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contact dermatitisWhat is contact dermatitis?

Contact Dermatitis is the medical name for skin inflammation (irritation). Contact dermatitis is a painful or itchy skin rash caused by an allergic or irritating reaction. it is caused by coming into contact with an allergen (such as poison ivy) or an irritant (like a chemical).


it appears on skin that has been in direct contact with the chemical producing the reaction. For example, a rash may appear down a leg that has come into contact with poison ivy. The rash can appear minutes to hours after exposure and last for 2 to 4 weeks.

The following are some of the signs and symptoms of contact dermatitis:

  • A scaly rash
  • Leathery areas that are darker than usual (hyperpigmented) are most commonly found on brown or black skin.
  • Skin that is dry, cracked, and scaly, usually on white skin
  • Bumps and blisters, with seeping and crusting on occasion
  • Swelling, burning, or sensitivity

What Are The Types Of Contact Dermatitis?

There are two types of contact dermatitis:

Allergic contact dermatitis: Allergic contact dermatitis occurs when your body has an allergic reaction to a chemical (allergen). An itchy, red rash can appear several days after being exposed. Jewellery metals (such as nickel), cosmetic items, perfumes, and preservatives are all common allergies.

Irritant contact dermatitis: This painful rash usually appears fast as a reaction to an irritating chemical. Detergents, soap, cleansers, and acids are all common irritants.

How Common Is Contact Dermatitis?

You may be more prone to contact dermatitis if you have sensitive skin or other chronic skin conditions such as atopic dermatitis. The condition is quite common. We constantly surround by irritants and potential allergies.

Who Gets Dermatitis And Why?

Irritant contact dermatitis is common in those who work with chemicals daily, such as mechanics, custodians, healthcare professionals, or hairstylists.

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