Skin irritation/ inflammation is a hint of our immune system may be responding to an infection, an issue, or an allergic reaction if the skin becomes inflamed or irritated.


Skin inflammation is a sign of an immune response. Symptoms include redness, heat, swelling, pain, and itching. Rash, hives, plaques, or blisters may also occur. The cause or trigger of skin inflammation may be acute, such as an allergy or a bacterial, viral, or fungal infection, or chronic, such as an autoimmune disease like psoriasis.

Any part of your body’s skin that is inflamed or swollen is a rash. Rashes can appear differently on people with varying skin tones and are frequently unpleasant and painful. On darker skin tones, they may seem purple, grey, or white even though they are frequently described as red.




Acute skin inflammation

Acute skin inflammation can be caused by a number of skin conditions, including sunburns, acne, and allergic reactions. It typically lasts six weeks or less

Chronic skin inflammation

In rare circumstances, chronic inflammation may persist for more than six weeks. It frequently coexists with psoriasis and eczema, two conditions that commonly generate recurrent flare-ups that do not typically go away soon


The following are a few signs of skin inflammation:

Depending on what caused the irritation, the rash may look different:

  • May be scaly, smooth, itchy, or prickly
  • May have raised or flat skin
  • Redness
  • The affected area is warm
  • Pimples or blisters
  • Possibly bleeding raw or cracked skin thickness of the skin in the affected area​




Chemical exposure

Some occurrences of irritated skin are thought to be brought on by contact with chemicals and other comparable irritants (irritant contact dermatitis). For instance, exposure to fluoride in toothpaste or water can result in perioral dermatitis, a skin inflammatory disorder that manifests as a face rash around the mout


  • Infection caused by bacteria : Cellulitis and staph infections
  • Infection caused by virus : Herpes simplex and warts
  • Infections caused by fungi : Athlete’s foot and ringworm

​A wound or injury

In addition to causing redness and swelling at the injury site, burns, surgical wounds, and scrapes of any kind can also do so. As a result, the immune system launches an inflammatory reaction to aid in the repair of injured tissues

Immune system dysfunction

Your immune cells may unintentionally target the body’s healthy cells if there is any sort of immune system failure. It is best shown by the condition known as psoriasis, in which the body’s immune system overreacts and speeds up the synthesis of skin cells, resulting in the development of red, patchy skin lesions


A photosensitive reaction is typically brought on by prolonged exposure to sunlight while taking specific medications, such as certain antibiotics and diuretics. Additionally, exposure to sunlight can result in a rash or skin irritation, particularly in people with autoimmune diseases like lupus. Even after only a small amount of UV radiation exposure, such photosensitive skin becomes red, burnt, and irritated


​​Home remedies:

  • Cold Compression and Wet Wrap Therapy: Wrapping anything wet around the skin increases its moisture content and provides relief from the symptoms of dermatitis. If there is oozing, avoid using this approach.
  • Ultraviolet Light: Skin inflammation symptoms can be treated with ultraviolet A or B light waves. This procedure needs to be done under a doctor’s supervision.

Topical remedies:

  • Calcineurin inhibitors such as immune modulators assist in reducing skin irritation and directly influence the immune system.
  • Lotions for skin irritation that contain corticosteroids.
  • Creams with antibacterial or antifungal properties are available for some skin inflammations brought on by infections.
  • Using over-the-counter anti-itching lotions like hydrocortisone or calamine lotion.

Medications taken orally:
Only with a doctor’s prescription may one take oral drugs for skin inflammation. In the event that an allergic response results in inflamed, red skin, generic antihistamines are prescribed. On the other hand, bacterial infections are treated with oral antibiotics and antifungal pills.

Regardless of the form of therapy you select, it’s critical to keep in mind that there is no cure for dermatitis or skin irritation. All of the aforementioned treatments only provide you with variable degrees of efficacy in symptom management. It is advised to discuss the best course of action for your particular illness with your healthcare professional.



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​Promote neovascularization and cell proliferation 

Preventing inflammatory cell infiltration

Reducing inflammation in skin damage lesions 

Encouraging Treg transformation

 Help to produce collagen and elastic fibres in the skin 

Lessen issue damage

Prevent the activation of metalloproteinases

Encouraging angiogenesis

Encourage defence against senescence brought on by UV radiation

Deposition and synthesis of collagen 


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Explore what your treatment package might look like​

Answer any questions you have about us

Answer any questions you have about the therapies

Discuss practical next steps,
​if you feel we can effectively treat you