#FaceFacts – Within two days of Easter, some children develop severe skin rashes… it’s called the Easter Rash.

April 9, 2020

If you find yourself itching after eating Easter candy beware.

 

It’s called the Easter Rash and it’s linked to kids having too much of a favorite Easter treat.

Within two days of Easter, some children develop severe skin rashes.

After binging on chocolate, they experience dermatitis.  Some children are allergic to nickel and develop rashes when they come in contact with it.  Certain foods like peanuts, chocolate and oats contain a significant amount of nickel.

 

Contact your Dermatologists if the rash persists for several days. 

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