What causes skin-on-skin rashes
A common cause of skin-on-skin rashes is a condition called Intertrigo1 (pronounced inter-try-go). It is caused when moisture is trapped in skin folds and is worsened by heat, and skin-on-skin friction. The affected area typically harbors bacteria, fungus and yeast. The symptoms typically include odor, itching and burning.
Commonly affected areas include under the breasts, skin folds on the belly or thighs, the armpits and groin. However, it can happen anywhere there is moisture against the skin with a lack of air circulation.
InterDry is highly effective at eliminating the symptoms of Intertrigo, such as itching, odor and burning because it addresses the root cause of the problem.
The patented fabric of InterDry wicks away the moisture and reduces friction. And the antimicrobial silver in the fabric fights the itch and odor from bacteria, fungus and yeast.
InterDry and other skin care products are available at the Parthenon Company.
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