Allergic Dermatitis is a skin condition marked by the formation of red, tingling rashes on the skin. It can be caused by any substance that the immune system perceives as a threat. Possible causes of this condition could be skin creams, body lotions, soaps, fragrances and other such, which the body might be allergic to. The condition is neither fatal nor contagious but can lead to irritation and discomfort. The severity of the rash depends on the span of time a person is exposed to the substance.
HOW IS ALLERGIC CONTACT DERMATITIS DIAGNOSED?
In many cases, the rashes are seen to gradually develop into blisters.