Prickly Heat


1. Prickly heat, also known as heat rash, happens to adults and children when sweat becomes trapped under the skin. 

2. Heat rash develops when blocked pores (sweat ducts) trap perspiration under your skin. Symptoms range from superficial blisters to deep, red lumps.


1. The symptoms of prickly heat are fairly straightforward. Red bumps and itching occur in an area where sweat has been trapped underneath layers of your skin.  

2. The most common places where the prickly heat occurs are on the neck, shoulders, skin folds, upper back and chest.

Dr.Skin Suggestions


1. Itchgel cools and soothes the skin with pure aloe vera juice.

2. It protects the skin with natural mineral soothing agents.

3. Herbal anti-fungal agents prevents infection and reduces redness and itching sensation.

4. Itchgel provides quick relief from five types of itches - insect bites, rashes, skin allergy, prickly heat and fungal infections.

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1. The most effective way to avoid prickly heat is to stay away from situations that cause excessive sweating.  

2.Take cool showers frequently when exposed to hot and humid climates.   

3. Drink plenty of fluids to cool the body and to keep hydrated.