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Symptoms of Golfer's Rash

Symptoms of Golfer's Rash

Golfer's rash, also known as golfer's vasculitis or exercise-induced vasculitis (EIV), is a skin condition that can occur in some people after playing golf or other sports that involve walking or standing for prolonged periods of time.

Symptoms of golfer's rash typically include a reddish-purple rash or hives on the lower legs, particularly around the ankles and shins. The rash may be itchy or painful and can sometimes lead to blisters or skin peeling.

The exact cause of golfer's rash is not fully understood, but it is believed to be related to the combination of exercise-induced heat and pressure, and in some cases, dehydration. It is more common in older adults and those with a history of varicose veins or other vascular conditions.

If you develop golfer's rash, it is important to rest and elevate your legs, apply cool compresses to the affected area, and stay hydrated. We also recommend the application of Snake Brand body powder for fast relief. The cooling properties of menthol and camphor in Snake Brand powder will calm your skin and reduce itchiness.

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