Got a sun rash on your last vacation? It might be a sun allergy.

Got a sun rash on your last vacation? It might be a sun allergy.

February 08, 2016

In this infographic, we cover the most common photosensitivities: PMLE, solar urticaria, drug-induced photosensitivity and phytophotodermatitis. 

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Sun rash infographic

This infographic is a visual aid to identify the type of photosensitivity you have. The time of onset, and the aspect and spread of the lesions will often make it possible to distinguish one from the other. Consult your doctor or dermatologist for a diagnosis. Further investigations, such as a photo test, biopsy, or blood tests, may be necessary.

If you suffer from Polymorphous Light Eruption or PMLE, try Shirudo AGR+E lotion!

 



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