Health Conditions

Skin Allergy

What is Skin Allergy?

A skin allergy is a reaction to an allergen or irritant. Symptoms can include scaly, itchy skin, bumps, redness, blisters, welts, and rashes. It can cover the entire body or a few areas of the body.

Treatment includes taking medications, soothing and calming the skin, and treating the underlying condition causing the skin allergy. Common drug classes used to treat a skin allergy are antihistamines, corticosteroids, corticosteroid / keratolytic combinations, and skin barrier emollients.

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Skin Allergy:
Drug Classes

Corticosteroids

(137 drugs)As low as $5

Antihistamines

(50 drugs)As low as $5

Quinolone Antibiotics

(18 drugs)As low as $11

Skin Barrier Emollients

(17 drugs)As low as $4

Corticosteroid / Keratolytic Combinations

(1 drugs)As low as $
Note: Popularity is based on total prescriptions for the brand and generic versions of each drug, regardless of the condition being treated. Some drugs are prescribed for multiple conditions.
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