Polymorphic light eruption 

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Polymorphic light eruption

Rashes caused by sun exposure can be treated with anti-itch medicines prescribed by Aura’s expert dermatologists.

Synonyms: ■ Polymorphic light eruption ■ Benign summer light eruption (one clinical form) ■ Juvenile spring eruption (one clinical form)

Key features

• The most common photodermatosis 

• Presents with papules, vesicles or plaques within hours of sun 
exposure; lasts for a

few days 

• Most severe in the spring or early summer 

• Action spectra: UVB, UVA and, rarely, visible light 

• Management: photoprotection, narrowband (NB)-UVB, PUVA, antimalarials 


Our Before & After Gallery

Aura takes pride in the skilled dermatology professionals who deal with a variety of skin conditions daily and make sure to bring better outcomes. Improve your cosmetic appearance and boost your inner confidence level by keeping your skin healthy and beautiful. The photosof pre and post-treatments showed here might help you get a clearer view of our dermatology services and what to expect from them.

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