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  • Highly contagious bacterial skin infection
    that commonly affects children.
  • Bacteria enter body through cuts, scrapes,
    or insect bites, causing the rash.
  • Rash starts with red sores or blisters that rupture and form a honey-colored crust.
  • Impetigo is commonly found on the face, especially the nose and mouth, but can also appear on other body parts.
  • Good hygiene practices, such as regular handwashing with soap and water, can help prevent the spread of impetigo.
  • Treatment includes topical antibiotics, such as ointments or creams, or oral antibiotics if severe. | (855) 576-8745