Rash Child Prevention
Prevention of rashes in children includes:
- Avoid triggers for rashes:
- Adhesive tape
- Food: shellfish, spices, preservatives
- Household chemicals
- Insect sprays
- Insect stings
- Metal: belt buckles, jewelry and watches
- Plants: poison ivy, poison sumac, poison oak
- Wear cotton clothing.
- Avoid tight clothing, belts, and ties.
Continue to Rash Child Underlying Cause
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