I have had a rash on my neck for at least a month. It seems that I first noticed it after I had shaved too close to the skin using an electric shaver. I have been applying an aloe vera lotion meant for sunburns, to my neck daily. However, my neck remains itchy. My neck remains dry & flaky even though I apply the lotion daily. I read that Barber's Rash can be the result of staphylococus aureleous infection. My father happens to have MRSA, so I am concerned that it might be my exposure to this on one of my visits to see him in the recent past, so I am concerned that this might be the cause of the rash.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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Is it sensitive skin or something else?