Different types of skin rashes are common in small children and usually it requires a careful examination to differentiate the more serious causes. In the vast majority of cases, what you describe would be due to a viral infection and no treatment will be required. If your child is not ill and the symptoms not progressive it will be best to observe without any treatment. Anti-allergy medication would only be considered in specific instances and only if the rash was itchy.
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