PMLE (aka. polymorphous light eruption or polymorphic light eruption), is a rash affecting people who are sensitive to sunlight and exposed to sunlight. People affected usually get rash that appears as red, tiny bumps or slightly raised patches of skin.
People often get it during spring and early summer. As the rash appears, you may notice some symptoms like red, raised rough patches, dense clusters of small bumps and blisters and the sensation of itching or burning.
In mild cases, PMLE usually goes away on its own without scarring within 10 days. But if your case is quite severe, then you may need to get prompt treatment with medication to ease the rash. Your doctor may suggest a phototherapy or other options. In addition, you can also make some changes in your lifestyle and home remedies are also of great help to ease your symptoms. For example, you can apply anti-itch cream or use cold compresses.