Rashes Treatment
In Vancouver BC

Rashes are abnormal changes in the colour or the texture of your skin. They mostly occur due to different inflammatory conditions.

What Are The Common Types Of Skin Rashes?


It is a skin inflammation that appears to be red, inflamed, scaly, and itchy. This disease is mostly caused due to stress, allergens, and skin irritants such as soap, skincare products, or some cloth fabric.

Granuloma Annulare

It is a common condition that appears as a circular-shaped rash with reddish bumps. This skin problem is widespread among children and young adults. If you observe your child has formed small rings at the back of their hands, feet, or arms, immediately consult your doctor for prompt skin rash treatment.

Lichen Planus

This type of skin disorder occurs when your body’s immune system attacks its own tissues. The condition is an autoimmune disorder and produces shiny, flat-topped, reddish, and angular-shaped bumps. Lichen Planus mostly appear inside the mouth, wrist, lower legs, genital region, scalp, and hair. People between the age of 30 – 70 with diseases like high blood pressure, arthritis, and heart disease are more prone to such skin conditions.

Pityriasis Rosea

In its initial stages, Pityriasis Rosea appears to be big, scaly, and pinkish patches on the chest or back. With each passing day, many such spots get formed due to the lack of medical intervention. This skin condition may be caused by a virus, as its symptoms are similar to a viral illness. Its symptoms include inflammation, itchiness, redness, and scaly patches at the back, chest, neck, abdomen, arms, and legs.

Dr. Shehla Ebrahim is one of the most trusted family physicians in Vancouver. Her special interest in dermatology and treatments makes her the most sought professional in town for all kinds of skin problems and diseases.

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