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Skin inflammation can occur due to an immune response. This can be due to a variety of factors, including immune system dysfunction, an allergic reaction, or an infection.

The most common symptom is a rash, but other symptoms such as redness, heat, or blistering can occur.

Skin inflammation and rashes can cause redness, pain, itching and dryness and be challenging to diagnose and manage. Common inflammatory skin conditions include dermatitis, Eczema and Psoriasis.

Most cases of skin inflammation are manageable, although the treatment depends on what is causing the inflammation.


Skin Inflammation occurs when exposed to triggers that signals the body to produce an antibody called histamine.

Histamine is normally released when there is an allergic reaction to a substance, food or insect bite. 

When histamine is released, blood vessels in the skin dilate (become wider) and become leaky. This causes an accumulation of fluid in the tissues and the skin to swell and at times itchy. 


Some ways to soothe the skin is by applying moisturizer that you can buy over the counter, changing your diet to low GI carbohydrates, avoiding processed food and preservatives. If you have an occurring skin condition, it is best to see your doctor for a thorough investigation.


Treatments that can help:

  1. Pulsed Electromagnetic Field (PEMF)

  2. Hydrogen Therapy

  3. Full Spectrum Infrared Sauna

  4. Negative Ion Energizer

  5. Halotherapy

  6. Hydro Therapy

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