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Clearer pictures help particularly the images sent from a bit distance (attachment removed to protect patient identity).
Pityriasis rosea is the first differential after seeing these pictures, which is a superficial rash, caused by certain viral infections. Usually, it is erythematous and starts as a large oval lesion (Herald patch), followed by smaller ones. It is often self-limiting in a few weeks. Please take following medications, avoid the previously mentioned ones.
1. Tenovate (Clobetasol propionate) ointment.
2. Cetaphil moisturizing cream.
Mix both in 1:1 ratio and apply twice a day for 10 days initially. As you sent new pictures, it does not look like fungal infection and has nothing to do with hygiene. I hope it helps.