The Skin On The Neck, Trunk, Face, And Back Fester After Activating?
Assalam., I want to ask, about my skin disease, I am 21 years old, every time I have been active during the day, (under sun exposure) my skin always appears reddish and festering, on the face, neck, bye and behind me, after walking for 1 or 2 days … I wonder why that is. Please explain, thanks.
Activities under direct sunlight without wearing coveralls can risk sunburn. Sunburn generally causes first-degree burns on the skin that has symptoms of redness, pain, and the skin feels hot when touched. Usually the skin will peel after 1-2 days after sunburn. On prolonged sun exposure at hours where the sun's intensity is high (8 o'clock up to 4 o'clock in the afternoon) the burns caused can be up to 2 degrees, which is indicated by the appearance of pimple-filled water or can also pus, soreness and redness of the skin. These symptoms can disappear about 1 week. The skin often feels itchy when it's peeling.
There are several other skin disorders that can also cause redness and pus on the skin, such as bacterial infections of the skin, dermatitis, and many more. To diagnose these skin disorders, you should see a doctor directly. The treatment given by the doctor adjusts the cause of the redness.
Handling sunburn at home can be compressed with cold water, bathing in cold water, using aloe verra or aloe vera to cool and moisturize the skin, take pain relievers, always wear protective clothing when working during the day. Don't forget to apply sunscreen to prevent sunburn. Drink plenty of water to avoid dehydration when you are out in the sun.
Thus the explanation from me, may be useful.