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Red dots on leg, skin rash, no bumps. Using sunblock, switched to tanning lotion. Treatment?

hello! i have a question.. I ve been in the beach for 1 month and yesterday i stopped using sunblock and started using tanning lotion, after that in the afternoon i got some red dots in my leg that look like a rash but it doesn t feel like it because my skin is still smooth, it doesn t have any bumps. do you know what it is? HELP
Asked On : Sun, 29 Jul 2012
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Self-tanning lotions contains dihydroxyacetone and various dyes. it is possible for these chemicals to cause dermatitis with redness, itching and discomfort. There is another chemical, called sodium metabisulfate, in some lotions. It can also cause skin the contents of the lotion,stop using them for sometime,exposing to sun and using tanning lotions is contradictory
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