90% Of Dermatology
Appearance: Erythematous. Flexor surfaces and face.
Treatment: Reassurance and moisturizer.
If it’s severe, you can prescribe topical steroids. But remember that topical steroids make the skin really thin and prone to breaking, so (if you’re feeling all fancy and private-practice-y) you could instead use a topical ointment that ends in either “-nib” or “-mab”.
If there’s systemic involvement, make sure you’re using oral corticosteroids, not topical. (That would be silly. And it would make you look silly.)
OR – or! – if your client has a lot of excess cash – you can use phototherapy! There’s no guarantee it’ll completely remove it, but it sure looks fun and is certainly very fancy and up-to-date.
9.99% of Dermatology
Treatment: Cut it the hell out. Follow-up every 6 months.