Acne impacts a large number of people, from their teenage years to adulthood, but it can be treated with medical assistance.
Rosacea is the appearance of redness on the skin, typically the nose and cheeks, and while it can't be cured, it can be managed for reduced redness.
Eczema and rashes can cause tiny bumps and itchy spots on the skin, which can be treated using prescribed or over-the-counter medications and more.
Skin Pigmentation Disorders
Skin pigmentation disorders create patches of skin that are brown or red in appearance and can be difficult to manage without medical help.
There are a variety of allergens that can cause contact dermatitis, but with a unique treatment plan, it is possible to ease symptoms and discomfort.
Skin infections can be caused by a variety of issues and can cause itchy, red rashes, scaly sores, blisters, and more on the face or body.
Warts are often difficult to get rid of with over-the-counter products, which is why we suggest seeking out dermatological help to remove them.
Psoriasis presents itself on the skin in the form of flaky, crusty skin that is red and itchy but can be treated and managed by a dermatologist.
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