Do you have any particular personal grooming and hygiene rituals that you must practise regularly and consistently?
For example, I have got to shower daily, wash my hands daily after using the toilet and after eating my meals, and I have to brush my teeth too.
Practising good personal hygiene habits is very critical to preventing any growth and development of any type of acne, rashes, or fungus on your body.
From my own observation, the main reason why anyone has acne, rashes, or fungus on any part of their bodies is because they did not bother to take the time nor the effort to wash and clean themselves properly and thoroughly on a regular and consistent basis.
Washing your body to make it very clean is the best way to avoid having any type of bacterial or viral infection starting to grow on your body in the first place.
You just have to set the time and the effort daily to cleanse yourself of all the many different impurities that pollute your body whenever you leave your house to go to school or to work.
The effective and efficient removal of all the impurities that are plaguing your body is the primary means of getting rid of any early growth and development of any potential new acne, rashes, or fungal medical conditions on your body.
Obviously, people who already have any acne, rashes, or fungus growing or developing on their bodies can definitely either stop or delay the growth and development of such unsightly and disgusting bacterial/ viral infections immediately within a very short period of time after they have been discovered.
They just have to seek the help, advice and medical treatment of professional skincare specialists, such as dermatologists, for a certain time frame, until their skin problems have been completely solved and healed.
Do not suffer in silence because you have any acne, rashes, or fungus growing on any part of your body, as it certainly can be treated very easily and very quickly, often within a very reasonable period of time after specialized medicated skincare regiments have been introduced and followed religiously.