In a follow-up video, she explained, “I rinsed my hands, I washed them with soap and water but unfortunately with this it can still happen” and shared she’s “never making mojitos at the beach again.”
In the caption, she explained, “It’s called Phytophotodermatitis.” According to healthline.com, phytophotodermatitis is a type of contact dermatitis. In this condition, contact with certain plant chemicals can cause skin inflammation when exposed to sunlight. It’s less common than other types of contact dermatitis.
The symptoms of phytophotodermatitis can be worrisome, but the condition usually goes away on its own over time. More serious cases may be treated by a dermatologist.