How Do I Get Rid Of A Rash Chest?

The longer we live the wiser we truly get, and if you’ve never had a heat rash (or any rash on your chest for that matter) it can be a little unnerving at first.  The thing you should be aware of is that your skin is a very complex organ and it has systems designed to protect it from harm.

When you expose the skin on your chest to large amounts of friction or too much sunlight, and . . . tanning salons fall into this category, then the skin on your chest will begin to turn red and a ‘rash chest‘ will begin to form.

The feeling of a rash chest depends greatly on the person affected by it.  If your skin has been sensitive in the past then it will become extremely sensitive especially with these new itchy, red bumps.

You could spend your entire life without ever once getting rash chest or you could have it every other week as it really depends on your current state of health and lifestyle.  Once you have a rash chest you should get it checked by a doctor just to make sure it is not some serious condition.

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It is certainly not a day at beach to have a ‘rash chest’ when you are trying to enjoy outdoor activities. Even if you are wearing soft cotton clothing it can feel like someone is rubbing your chest with a cheese grater.  The good news is that a heat rash, and or rash chest are not life threatening and can be treated provided you are diagnosed correctly.

It really depends on how severe the rash is and if you are in great discomfort.  If you do not want a prescription from your healthcare professional then you’ll need to figure out how to get the rash to disappear on its own.

Your doctor could prescribe a topical ointment for your rash chest.  You will need something to reduce the irritation or calm your skins reaction to the irritant.  This can be accomplished by using something with an anti inflammatory element like cortisone or Aloe Vera.

If you are not sure what is causing your rash chest it might be a good idea to back track your steps for the last 24 to 36 hours.  Did you do anything different?  Wear anything new or use a different cleaning product on your clothes?  Were you bitten by an insect or by some other animal?

By using the process of elimination you can figure out what the culprit was that caused your discomfort.  If you are still unable to figure out what is causing your rash chest it might be a great idea to speak with a dermatologist, as they are skin specialists and can advise you on what the solution to this cosmetically unappealing rash may be.

Do not ever put chemicals on your chest without being fully aware of what they can do, it’s too late once you damage your skin and need to find a cure. Like the old adage; an ounce of prevention is truly worth a pound of cure.

And . . . as an added bonus, we are able to clear up your rash should you have Pityriasis Rosea.


Warren Romanow

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