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What can cause a blistery outbreak on forearms - no fever, no itching?


My 7-year old has a blistery outbreak on his forearms, without itching or fever. Any ideas on what its cause could be? I treated it with a 1:10 "salve" of tea tree oil and coconut oil, and the redness has already decreased in less than 15 minutes. Thanks!

 

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    breathe2travel 5 years ago

    I continued applying the salve for 48 hours, about every 4-6 hours. Initially, the redness left, but blisters remained. By yesterday (48 hour mark) they were almost completely gone. Today, they are. Thank you!

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