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irritant contact dermatitis (s) (noun), irritant contact dermatitises or dermatitides (pl)
An inflammation of the skin or a rash resulting from excessive washing of the hands or an irritation caused by sensitization to a substance: "Those who wash their hands many times a day can develop irritant contact dermatitis also known as dish pan hands."

Another example of irritant contact dermatitis is when young children lick their lips repeatedly which can result in an irritant reaction to their own saliva."