Bumpy Rash : What’s causing Bumpy Rash on Your Face?

Have you ever been afraid by bumpy rash on your face or your baby’s face?

Rash on face is an inflammatory reaction that can be caused by mild or serious reasons. It can be varied in appearance and location depending on the underlying cause or disease. Facial rashes can be raised, flat, scaly or bumpy. If you’re suffering from bumpy skin rash, check this article to identify the most causes of this kind facial rash.

Bumpy Rash on Face
Bumpy Rash on Face

The Causes of Bumpy Rash on Face

 

Acne

It can be found anywhere in your body. The most common lesions that can be seen in acne are the whitehead and black head. Sometimes, some inflammatory lesions may cause papules; small, raised, red bumps. There are various problem that can cause acne include:

– The oil that produced by your follicles.

– Dead skin cells.

– Bacteria that builds up in your pores.

Treatment:

You can follow many of self-care activities at home that may clear up the bumpy rash on the face that caused by acne includes:

– Using mild soap to remove excess oil and dirt.

– Keep the shampoo out of your face when you shampooing your hair.

– Don’t touch your face.

– Don’t use make up that based on water.

If self-care activities don’t help, you can use many medications that contain ingredients that reduce the oil and kill the bacteria.

 

– Seborrhea ( Seborrheic dermatitis)

Seborrhea affects children under age 2 and infants up to 3 months. Its cause is unknown, but it might be “a disturbance in the skin’s production of sebaceous matter and sweat”.

This kind of rash is usually is localized on the face, chest, neck, and the folds of skin. Generally, this rash disappear after few months.

 

– Chicken Pox ( Varicella):

This rash start to appear as red marks on face and body and they develop into fluid- filled blisters. Then, they burst and leave scabs. It is not difficult to recognize the chicken pox because of the normal skin around the vesicles. Since this kind of rash is itchy, you need to prevent yourself from excessive scratching because it will spread to other organs.

 

– Scarlet Fever

It is caused by a streptococcal infection of the throat. Its symptoms are sore throat, a high fever and a rash that start to appear on the face and neck. Then, a small, red and sandpapery bumps spread.

 

– Baby Acne

It is white and small pimples usually appear on the cheeks and sometimes on the face of newborns. It might be surrounded by reddish skin.

 

– Eczema

It is itchy rash that occurs in the creases of the elbows or knees. It appears as dry, Scaly, and red bumps or red skin. The families with a history of allergies or asthma have more possibilities to be exposed to Eczema.

 

Milia

Yellow pearly bumps or tiny white bumps that are common in newborns. It starts up on the nose, chin, and cheeks. Milia fade away in a few weeks without treatment.

Measles

Measles starts with cough, fever, runny nose and watery eyes. A few days later, red bumps appear on the cheeks. Then, a rash appears on the face and spreads down the back and trunk to the arms and hands. The rash eventually develops bumps and it might be itchy. This type of rash lasts about five days, then fades away leaving skin dry.

 

– Impetigo

Impetigo is small red bumps that might be itchy. Usually, they develop around the nose and mouth and spread to other areas. Those bumps become pus-filled blisters that might develop a soft yellowish brown crust. It is common on the children between 2-6 years.

 

The bumpy rash on face with a fever or stiff neck might indicate a serious life-threatening condition such as bacterial meningitis. Moreover, the bumpy rash on face that is associated with allergies, wheezing, or swelling of the face, tongue, or lips can be a symptom of anaphylaxis , a serious life-threatening allergic reaction. If you’re suffering from such symptoms, don’t hesitate to seek immediate medical care.

Post Comment