This causes irritation and results in a red rash
developing. The symptoms
of prickly heat
tend to appear after a few days of being exposed to hot temperatures. The rash is normally made up of tiny spots, or bumps, surrounded by a patch of red skin. Sometimes, the spots look like tiny blisters. The rash can affect any part of your body, but most commonly appears on your:back,abdomen,neck,upper chest,groin,armpits,hands, or feet.
Most rashes will disappear naturally after a few days.