Rash Treatment in Boston, MA

A rash can develop anywhere on the body, causing discomfort and embarrassment. If you are struggling with an unknown rash and seeking treatment to help, you have come to the right place. At Regeneris Boston, we provide rash treatment to residents in and around Boston, MA. Find out how our treatments can work for you. 

What is Rash Treatment?

Rash treatment is designed to target rashes on the body and support clear, healthy skin for the long-term. At Regeneris Boston, our rash treatments are useful for a wide range of skin conditions.

Contact Dermatitis

Although not life threatening, contact dermatitis can be uncomfortable. Fortunately, avoiding the object that caused the rash and using prescribed medication can alleviate symptoms.

Hives Treatment

Although hives tend to go away on their own, antihistamines can reduce symptoms and improve comfort.

Lyme Disease Treatment

Lyme disease causes red, round lesions to appear on the skin. Individuals who have contracted Lyme disease may also experience flu symptoms. Antibiotics can help those affected with the condition.


Ringworm can affect anywhere that skin-on-skin irritation can occur. Although highly contagious, topical anti-fungal creams can successfully treat this condition.

Poison Ivy

Although most poison ivy rashes will go away on their own, topical creams, antihistamines, and topical steroids can help alleviate symptoms.

Shingles Treatment

Treatment for shingles includes antiviral medications, topical ointments and antibiotics, and sometimes pain medication to relieve any long-term discomfort.

How Much Does Rash Treatment Cost?

The cost of your rash treatment will depend upon the condition being treated and will be calculated during your consultation. Our team understands that rash treatment may not be covered by insurance. As a result, we are glad to accept a wide range of payment methods, including financing through CareCredit® and Union Medical Credit.

Am I a Candidate for Rash Treatment?

If you are experiencing a rash and seeking answers, you could be an excellent candidate for rash treatment. Of course, the best way to determine your candidacy for any procedure is to schedule a consultation.

How is Rash Treatment Performed?

In most cases, rash treatment involves a topical or oral prescription medication. Our team will discuss the specifics of your case when you visit our office.

How Long Will My Rash Treatment Results Last?

The results of your rash treatment are designed to be long-term. If your rash returns after your treatment is complete, contact us so that we can further investigate your skin concerns.

At Regeneris Boston, we provide rash treatments to residents of Boston, Cape Cod, Attleboro, and the surrounding Massachusetts communities. To learn more and to schedule your consultation, do not hesitate to contact us