Some rashes have an infectious cause. And sometimes viruses, bacteria, fungi and other parasites don’t spare our skin. Chickenpox always comes to mind, with the "advantage" of being clearly identifiable. Other types of rashes are found in our most intimate areas and can be extremely annoying in everyday life, such as vaginal, vulvar, penile or anal rashes.
It’s important to act quickly. But how?
• Help the skin to repair itself: opt for a treatment that combines copper and zinc for antibacterial and antifungal action.
• Don’t scratch: this delays skin repair and can leave unsightly marks.
• You don't play around with your health... So don't play around with your skin: we recommend consulting a pharmacist or a doctor if you have any concerns. Some rashes may require follow-up care.