Causes Of Skin On The Blister Neck?
Hello Melvilius, thank you for asking.
Skin that looks like a blister may be caused by various things, both due to allergies, infections, or trauma (injury). An allergic reaction to a particular ingredient or due to insect bites, can cause blisters and peeling skin. This is called allergic contact dermatitis and venenata dermatitis. In addition, there is also the possibility of irritant contact dermatitis, which is caused by skin contact with an irritant. Symptoms are generally in the form of pain or itching, redness of the skin, peeling skin.
In addition, the skin may also flake due to intense and continuous sun exposure. This causes damage to the skin layer, causing death of skin tissue such as burns.
Infections of some microorganisms such as bacteria and fungi may also give the appearance of flaky skin. You should check with a dermatologist. The doctor will conduct a direct examination and if necessary will conduct a supporting examination such as analysis of blood samples in the lab. The treatment will be adjusted to the doctor's diagnosis. Peeled skin is easily infected with bacteria. The infection can spread so that it causes symptoms that get progressively worse. Try to protect your skin with closed clothes. If necessary, use sunscreen or moisturizer without fragrance so that the skin does not get burned. Don't touch the skin often to avoid the risk of secondary infection. Drink plenty of water so the skin doesn't dry out.
Thus the information that I can convey. May be useful. Regards.