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How to protect your skin from the red spot


 protect your skin from the red spot

How to protect your skin from the red spot?

Ever noticed a red spot on your skin that was followed by symptoms such as itching, swelling or burning?

These signs may occur for many reasons, but they are usually associated with diseases such as psoriasis, mycosis, viral dermatitis and allergies. In today's video, we will talk about the diseases that cause these red spots on your skin.

The main causes of red spots on the skin

The main causes of red spots on the skin are: Allergic spots are usually medium in size and can be red or white.

It causes intense itching and may fill with liquid. The spots usually appear after contact with plants or animal hair or after taking certain medications, but they can also be caused by insect bites or food poisoning.

Heat-induced rash 

Red spots, rashes and bumps mainly affect children and infants. It is a dermatitis that occurs when the secretion of sweat is blocked by clothing or by staying in damp and hot places.

Atopic dermatitis

Atopic dermatitis is a chronic disease of genetic origin, characterized by the presence of a red rash that causes itching, dryness and dandruff formation.

Scrubbing the affected area exacerbates the inflammation and may lead to contamination of the area with microorganisms in the nails.

There is no cure for atopic dermatitis and it may be associated with respiratory sensitivity, emotional stress, extreme temperatures, and other factors.

Contact dermatitis

Contact dermatitis, also called contact dermatitis, is a dermatitis caused by an allergen or irritant agent, such as plants, jewelry containing nickel, topical medications, cosmetics, synthetic fabrics, dish soap and building materials.

The red spots are usually accompanied by small bumps, itching, pain, and burning. The skin becomes dry and rough, and it may crack. It mainly affects the hands and is common in cleaning assistants, hairdressers, and construction workers.

Seborrheic dermatitis

Seborrheic dermatitis is a chronic inflammation of the skin in areas such as the eyebrows, ears, sides of the nose, and scalp. It causes flaking and redness.

Symptoms are cyclical and may appear during periods of stress or due to hot showers and cold temperatures. The redness is usually accompanied by an excess of oil in the affected areas, white scaling, itching, and burning.


Mycosis is a skin disease caused by fungi that cause itching, scaling, and redness. The spots are usually large and limited in the affected area.

It is a common disease during the summer as sweat and heat increase the chances of the fungus spreading to the skin. Antibiotics and antifungal drugs are used in the treatment.


Rosacea is a chronic inflammatory disease that appears as red spots on the face, especially on the forehead, nose and cheeks. The skin may become more sensitive, hot and swollen. 

The disease may be influenced, among other factors, by poor eating habits or emotional problems. It has no cure, and treatment should be done with neutral soaps and moisturizers, along with certain medications.

Scabies red 

Scabies red spots appear mainly on the hands and armpits and cause intense itching, especially at night.


Urticaria: This skin irritation appears as red, slightly swollen patches that itch intensely. Also known as hives, they are usually small and isolated or may combine together to form red plaques.It has no specific shape and can appear on any part of the body.

Now that you know about some of the diseases that cause red spots on your skin, consult a doctor to determine the cause and begin treatment, which may include the use of painkillers, anti-inflammatories, and even antibiotics.