Question by NYCgal: skin rash from contact with disinfectant spray. should I see a dr?
The affected skin developed a rash and not itchy but burns. It’s from constant contact with Lysol disinfectant spray (aerosol). I unknowingly misused it. Should I see a doctor or let it run its course?
it’s not a flat red rash, they are raised bumps, like pimples. I think it’s more like a chemical burn rather than an allergic reaction.
Answer by Hanson
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