I have read your question,
You may be suffering with an allergic reaction
, or some kind of infection. Generally without physical examination and medical history it is not easy to conclude anything here, but since you said you have sensitive skin and eczema already , I think you maybe suffering with an another infection.
You have not mentioned whether the rashes are itchy or not , if so it could be due to a condition called Dermatitis.Dermatitis is an itchy inflammation of the skin. It is not contagious or dangerous, but it can be uncomfortable. There are many types of dermatitis, including allergic dermatitis
, eczema, and seborrheic dermatitis (which causes dandruff
). Eczema is a chronic condition, and symptoms may come and go.
Further I would recommend you to consult a nearby dermatologist
immediately for medical advice
I would also like to suggest you some nutrition changes that could help you to tackle such condition in the further.
I would suggest you to,
Avoid exposure to environmental or food allergens. Common foods that cause allergic reactions are dairy, soy, citrus, peanuts, wheat (sometimes all gluten containing grains), fish, eggs, corn, and tomatoes.Eat more fresh vegetables, whole grains, and essential fatty acids (cold water fish, nuts, and seeds).
Taking Probiotics (bifidobacteria and lactobacillus
, 3 - 5 billion live organisms per day) may boost the immune system and control allergies, especially in children. However, the scientific studies are mixed; more research is needed to know for sure if probiotics will help reduce eczema symptoms.
Taking Vitamin C
(1,000 mg 2 - 4 times per day) can act as an antihistamine. In one study, it helped reduce symptoms of eczema, but more studies are needed. Rose hips or palmitate are citrus free and hypoallergenic.
Wishing you a good health,