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Child with factor fifty and olive skin, gets hot, dry rash followed by peeling, face grows brown on slightest sun ray. Treatment advise?

hi my daughter has olive skin howver when we go abroad she gets a hot dry rash on her inside arms neck tops of feet and back of legs which feel very hot. her neck then scales and peels like a chemical peel even though she has on factor fifty and is kept out of the sun . her face is clear and goes brown at the slightest sun ray we have seen many doctors no cure say take antihistamines /calciun vit b its like her skin has no oil she is 13 and progressing noram through puberty ?
Asked On : Mon, 30 Jul 2012
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Dermatologist 's  Response

Your daughter is probably having atopic dermatitis.

Sunrays might exacerbate the disease.

There may be many factors which might exacerbate the disease.

Skin may remain dry.

Your daughter should avoid soap bath.

And apply moisturiser immediately after bath.

Give her antihistaminics.

Apply mild steroid cream or tacrolimus oint on the lesions.

If needed, steroids in in tappering dose for short period may be given to enhance the response.

Contacts with housedust,house dust mite,grass,wool,pollens..etc

Cows milk,peas and nuts,fish,prawns..etc may preciptate the disease.

All above factors may be avoided to improve and to prevent the disease.

However, you take her to consult dermatologist for firm diagnosis and treatment.

I hope you got my answer.


Dr. Ilyas Patel MD
Answered: Sun, 6 Oct 2013
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