Causes Of sudamina Bacterial InfectionsSudamina, or miliaria crystallina is a sweat rash caused by blocked sweat ducts underneath the skin. Sudamina rashes are most common underneath folds of skin caused by the moist conditions.
Bacteria & Dead Skin Cells Blocking The Sweat DuctsThe most common causes of Sudamina or Miliaria Crystallina sweat rashes are bacteria or dead skin cells blocking the sweat ducts. This blockage by bacteria or dead skin cells can cause irritation or inflammation, causing a rash to form as a result of the inflammation.
Depending on the level of blockage that has occured, the irritation sometimes causes the rash to itch or burn.
Risk Factor For InfantsSudamina sweat rashes are more likely to be caused in newborns and infants due to the fact that their sweat glands have not been developed all the way yet.