Does summer make you itchy? Well, it can!
For some people, Summer Heat = Heat Rash.
Heat rash looks like small clusters of red bumps or blisters which may sting or be filled with pus.
Heat rash usually goes away in a day or two but to speed it along and alleviate the symptoms, cool the affected area, dry the skin and let it be exposed to air. Then apply one my favorite products, Hush Hydrate.
To prevent heat rash, wear breathable clothing made of natural fabrics (like cotton, etc.) and keep skin dry. Avoid tight fitting clothing. Issues can arise from heat, sweat, and friction.