Herpes zoster is commonly known as shingles. It is a common viral infection characterized by a painful, blistering skin rash that affects one side of the body, typically the face or torso. Herpes zoster infection is more likely to affect older people and people with a weak immune system. The characteristic rash of shingles typically appears after an initial period of burning, tingling, itching, or stinging in the affected area. Shingles is treated with antiviral medications. Shingles in children is usually painless, but people are more likely to get shingles as they age, and the disease tends to be more severe. Edelweiss Applied Science and Technology welcomes all the research, review articles, and commentaries related to this topic is encouraged to be published in our journal.