Allergic reactions in the skin are common, and most of us will experience some form of allergic reaction in our lifetime. Skin reactions are known as “contact dermatitis” for true allergies or “irritant contact dermatitis” for non-allergic reactions. Most of these reactions are responses to a common irritant and are not serious. Symptoms include flat red dots, raised red bumps, scaly areas, blisters, and a burning or itching sensation in the skin. If you experience these symptoms chronically, however, it is more likely that they are eczema or atopic dermatitis. If you sporadically experience the symptoms or they seem to happen in response to a specific allergen, it is more likely that you are suffering from contact dermatitis. So did you guys have any allergic reaction? And what should we do to clear skin of an allergic reaction?