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10 Facts About Candida Skin Rash

By January 24th, 2013One Comment

Candida Skin Rash One of the most common manifestations of candida albicans is an often extremely itchy skin rash. Although it can look quite different depending on a few factors, most candida skin rash examples are red and show signs of inflammation. Some have white crusty areas on them as well. If you’re having a hard time identifying your skin changes, you might want to start with checking out this list of 10 facts about candida dermatitis and rashes that you might not have known!

1. Candida lives on all body surfaces, but only rarely causes a rash! Most of the time, it just hangs out and you hardly know that it’s there.

2. According to medical research facts by natural health guru Bee Wilder of, Rosacea is common among candida sufferers. This reddening of the cheek and face areas is thought to be hereditary, however certainly is common in people who are toting around a few extra fungi.

3. Intertrigo is a rash that is caused from candida, although it’s rarely referred to in that manner. This type of candida skin rash lives in the cracks and crevices of your skin where it is dark and moist.

4. A candida skin rash can develop as a die off symptom post overgrowth. This can be one of the most shocking facts for those who are in the middle of an anti candida cleanse, but it does happen from time to time. Therefore, if you’re currently cleansing and think you may have a candida rash, it might be a symptom of die off.

5. Candida rashes are very common in children and babies (the most common form of diaper rash.) It’s likely not from a toxin build up however! More likely so that it is from the optimal living conditions of a moist diaper, one of the most common skin rash causes.

6. Congenital cutaneous candidiasis occurs when infant is infected via passage through birth canal! The rash can appear just a few hours after birth!

7. A candida skin rash can contribute to other conditions such as psoriasis and inflammation, and many people experiencing these conditions have shown in studies to have higher amounts of candida overgrowth.

8. Erosion interdigitalis is a skin rash that most people would find unusual because it only affects the webbing of skin between the fingers. However, this unusual candida skin rash comes from the same yeastie culprit!

9. Toxins in the body can also produce a candida like rash that is similar to an allergic reaction.

10. Candida rashes are common in people with diseases like diabetes and heart disease. This may be because of poor nutritional balance or other factors.

One Comment

  • Lorraine Seely says:

    I’ve been developing bumps on my arms & hands that eventually become reddish & ITCHY!! I’ve simply been VERY curious as to how & why candida imbalance causes this. Also, when I scratch, the bumps excrete lymph.

    I’m simply a woman who prefers to understand as much as possible, and my chiropractor told me the pores in my skin get clogged with the fungal bacteria & this is why I develop the rash. Is this true?

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