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Types of Heat Rash

Clear (Miliaria Crystallina)
Clear (Miliaria Crystallina)

Miliaria crystallina is the most common and mildest form of heat rash. If you have miliaria crystallina, you’ll notice small clear or white bumps filled with fluid on the surface of your skin. These bumps are bubbles of sweat.

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Keep the Affected Area dry
Keep the Affected Area dry

Keep the affected area dry. Don’t use ointments or creams that keep your skin moist. You can put powder on the rash to feel more comfortable. Use a fan. Wear clothes that aren’t tight and don’t trap heat and moisture.

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Move to a Cooler, Less Humid Place
Move to a Cooler, Less Humid Place

how to treat and avoid heat rash: *move to a cooler, less humid place. *don’t scratch your skin, or it could become infected.

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Red (Miliaria Rubra)
Red (Miliaria Rubra)

Miliaria is a rash that develops in some people when they sweat more than usual. The rash is also sometimes called prickly heat, or a heat rash, or a sweat rash. It is not usually serious but it can be itchy and uncomfortable.

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Use a fan
Use a fan

Heat rash happens most often in hot, humid conditions. It's most common in infants. Active people, newborns in incubators, and people on bed rest with fever also are more likely to get it. Causes. You can get a heat rash when you sweat too much. The ducts from the sweat glands in your skin become blocked.

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