he involvement of this type rash is with skin of 90% of the people. It is more predominant in the whites than the people with more melanin in their skins. The classic ones are called malar rash, which appear as redness in the cheek, brought by exposure to sun. The systematic ones include the discoid lupus. These rashes appear as red patches in the skin and scale type scars. The parts which usually develop these rashes are face and scalp. There is no definitive test for this condition and can be identified by bare eyes. Treatment is centralized to specific patient having specific symptoms.