Last year in the fall and winter after I got out of the shower I would notice a rash on my inner elbows. It went away around the spring and in the summer, but this fall it has returned, however instead of it being a filled-in rash, I have a reddish ring centered around my inner elbows (both arms). The inside of the rash is sometimes a bit pink, but other times the skin looks completely normal. The bumps are very small and only raised a little bit. The rash has never occurred anywhere else besides my inner elbows, and usually disappears within a few hours after I get out of the shower. I have done some research, but cannot find anything that matches quite right. What could this be?
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