The images below show how to treat the common skin cancer called dry skin.
Key points: Dry skin rash is a skin disease caused by damage to the lining of the mouth, throat and skin of the body.
The symptoms of dry skin can be dull, red or black.
Dry skin is not contagious and is usually treated with topical medication.
Dry hair and nails dry the skin, and dry skin often causes blisters or cuts.
Symptoms: Dry hair, nails and the skin around them can cause dry skin lesions.
The skin usually appears dry and hard, it is a dry, crusty or blotchy appearance.
It is sometimes referred to as “dried skin”.
If the skin is infected, it usually goes away on its own without treatment.
If the skin gets infected and it starts to grow, it can spread and cause more damage to other parts of the skin.
The rash may be hard to spot, especially when it’s dry.
Symptom treatment: Apply topical antibiotic cream to the affected area and wash your hands frequently.
If there is no antibiotic cream on hand, use a spray bottle of antibiotic gel to spray on the affected skin.
You can apply antibiotic cream by hand to the skin or apply it to a sponge.
If you can’t find a sprayer, apply it on the skin using a cotton swab.
Apply an antibiotic cream twice a day to help the skin heal.
If you notice any signs of infection, get emergency medical help and call a doctor.
You may need treatment for the skin that was infected.
What you need to know about dry skin: Dryness causes swelling and it may cause a dry skin lesion or rashes.
If symptoms of a dry rash appear, seek immediate medical attention.
Symptoms of dry rashes usually begin as a sore or bump on the surface of the affected areas, usually in the mouth.
If they don’t go away quickly, the rash can spread.
Symptoms can include dry, rough, blotchy, or red skin.
Symptoms may also develop on the sides of the face and neck.
The most common types of dry rash are: red rash, yellow rash, black rash, pale skin rash and white rash.
Dry rash is usually caused by a bacterial infection of the hair follicles.
In some cases, the infection can spread to the face, which is why it can be so hard to treat.
Symptoms include: dry skin, dry mouth, a white rash, a swollen or puffy area, a sore, red spot or spot of pus, or a cut or scratch on the face.
If skin damage is caused, treatment is usually painless.
If your symptoms of dried skin are not gone within a few days, but you’re not feeling well, call your GP or visit your doctor.
The infection can go away without treatment if it is treated.
The most serious types of dried rash are the ones that have a high mortality rate: A high proportion of those who develop dry skin also have the following skin conditions: Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, rheumatoid arthritis, psoriasis, psoriatic arthritis, and psorinitis.
It is important to keep your skin healthy and dry.
If your skin is dry, it may not be able to repair itself.
If it’s damaged, it will likely grow back more quickly.
If that happens, it could cause more problems in the future.