What does Hives and Shingles look like?
Hives, allergic disorder of the skin, is characterized by sudden evanescent or repeated appearance of weals, irregular, round skin lesions accompanied by inflammation and itching. Technically known as urticaria, they commonly appear on covered areas of the skin, and rarely on the palms, soles, or scalp. For more information about Hives go at: http://www.starherb.com/healthconcern.as… Shingles is an acute, localized infection caused by the virus, Herpes varicellae, and is characterized by painful blistering eruptions. It is accompanied by localized rash and pain. Sometimes the pain starts before the rash appears. The rash typically lasts 2 – 5 weeks. Visit at: http://www.starherb.com/healthconcern.