Skin allergies may be red, dry, oozy, itchy, bumpy, or blistered, and they often occur when your skin comes in contact with irritants, such as poisonous plants, jewelry with nickel in it, wool, hygiene products, or another allergen causing contact dermatitis. You may also have a rash, hives, or a skin reaction as part of an allergy to a drug or food.
Your dermatologist can prescribe topical and oral medication to provide relief, and in the case of contact dermatitis, help you to discover and avoid the cause. If your dermatitis is recurrent, your dermatologist may recommend you see an allergist for testing to further identify the cause.
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