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Face Rash: Common Causes of Rash on Face

Face Rash - Picture of Acne on the FacePimples (Acne vulgaris): This image displays small bumps, pus-filled lesions, and residual flat, red marks typical of acne.
Face Rash: Picture of rosacea on the faceRosacea: This image displays broad areas of redness on the cheeks typical of rosacea.
Face Rash: Picture of Seborrheic Dermatitis on the faceSeborrheic Dermatitis: This image displays the fine scaliness and redness of the nose and cheek typical of seborrheic dermatitis.
Melasma pictureMelasma is a common cause of facial darkening (hyperpigmentation) in women. It is related to hormonal changes and can be worsened by oral contraceptives..
Face Rash: Vitiligo pictureVitiligo: In people with darker skin, the areas of pigment loss in vitiligo are quite distinct.
Face Rash: Orofacial herpes pictureHerpes: Grouped, crusted blisters on the lips, cheeks and chin are typical of herpes simplex infection.
Face Rash: Picture of perioral dermatitisPerioral Dermatitis: Pink or red elevations of the skin occur near and around the mouth in perioral dermatitis.
Face Rash: Pseudofolliculitis Barbae pictureIn pseudofolliculitis barbae (also called razor bumps or shaving bumps), there are slightly elevated,  lesions in the beard area.
Face Rash: Tinea Facei pictureTinea Facei (Ringworm of the face): Tinea often has a red, round edge, as displayed in this image.
Facial Rash
There are many rashes commonly found on the face. The appearance and distribution of the skin lesions are particularly helpful in making the appropriate diagnosis. Below is a list of rashes commonly found on the face:
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Pimples (Acne vulgaris) Skin rashes that itch
Rosacea Rash on legs
Seborrheic dermatitis Baby rashes
Melasma Child rashes
Vitiligo Skin condition finder
Orofacial herpes Other skin conditions on the face
Perioral dermatitis  
Razor Bumps (Pseudofolliculitis barbae)  
Ringworm (Tinea facei)