Contact dermatitis is an allergic skin types
Contact dermatitis is caused from skin contact with the skin can become allergic to substances that cause reactions such as rashes. People react to various chemicals, including cosmetics, hair dyes, metals, topical medications, and so on. Examples of contact dermatitis is a rash from poison ivy, which is very itchy and appear as blisters and crustal fluids after contact with plants. Contact dermatitis rash may look like atopic dermatitis, but the rash is usually located just in the area of contact with chemicals. General locations include the face, especially eyelids, neck, hands and feet. Contact dermatitis to metals, such as in jewelry zippers on clothing, usually occurs in the neck wrists, hands, ears and at the waist.