These four types of heat rash can cause complications because they prevent sweat from cooling the body, as normally occurs when the sweat evaporates from the skin surface.
Miliaria is the condition commonly known as heat rash or prickly heat.thermo "rash"miliaria
Miliaria pustulosais (a complication of miliaria rubra) occurs when the sweat is infected with pyogenic bacteria and turns to pus.
Also known as sweat retention syndrome or miliaria rubra, prickly heat is a common disorder of the sweat glands.
i dont think so. i am pretty sure prickly heat is just caused by blocked sweat glands. staying cool is your best bet.
sounds like prickly heat.This occurs when perspiration is trapped under the skin.Not life threatening but really uncomfortable.Try getting a topical cream for prickly heat to ease discomfort
no this is for reducing the complexin
Prickly heat can be diagnosed and treated by a dermatologist (skin disease specialist). The symptoms of a rash and dry skin in hot weather are usually sufficient to diagnose these conditions.
The first question is - does using a sun bed prevent prickly heat? Prickly heat is caused by blocked sweat ducts - the trapped sweat causes the itchy red blisters. It seems unlikely a sun bed unblock the ducts, but perhaps being brown may mask the inflammation. If you really want to avoid prickly heat, you need to make sure the pores are clear... Perhaps a Turkish bath would be more helpful.
The rash itself may be treated with topical itch relievers. If heat disease occurs a decrease in body temperature must be achieved (moving to the shade, taking a cool bath, use the air conditioner).