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You could very well have a photosensitivity (allergy) either to the sun, or the products you use. Here is a web site that explains four different types of photosensitivity and recommended treatments.
Summer activities increase the chance of developing skin rashes. Skin rashes may appear with too much sun or heat exposure, contact with certain plants, or insect bites. Keep in mind, rashes are not always the result of an allergic reaction.
This web site will give you other possibilities:
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Here is what I found:
MEDICAL TREATMENTThis consists of cold compresses, cool showers and cooling skin lotion. Steroid creams and ointments containing hydrocortisone should be applied 3-times daily to rash to relieve itching and irritation.
Cool showers or baths will help to keep itching under control and cleanse the skin.
Bathing in oatmeal mixes or with oatmeal soaps will stop itching and speed healing.
Expose the rash to as much fresh air as possible. Never cover with bandages or tight clothing.
Drawing ointments will aid in cleaning out areas which have blistered.
Anti-itch medications, such as Benadryl, are helpful for those suffering chronic prickly heat.
Aloe Vera lotions will stop excessive itching. http://www.womenfitness.net/beauty/skin/prickly_heat.htm
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