Skin Medical Problems
Moles are clusters of pigmented cells that appear as brown or black spots on the skin. If you have a mole you want to remove, the safest, most effective way to do it is by consulting with a doctor to have it professionally removed. It's an easy out-patient process that just takes a few minutes.
Warts are abnormal skin growths caused by human papilloma virus (HPV). Filiform warts (those with thread-like protrusions) and flat warts (plane warts) are those that occur mostly on the face. Facial warts can be embarrassing and discourage you from doing the things you love. This skin condition is highly contagious and can be easily transmitted through direct contact. However, you can manage and remove warts with the help of medical treatment.
Rosacea is a condition that is characterized by redness, pimples, and sometimes even thickened skin. Although rosacea doesn't have a cure, you can make some changes to your lifestyle to help reduce the appearance of the disease. In addition, your doctor can prescribe you medications and medical treatments to decrease your flareups.
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Sebaceous hyperplasia is a common, benign condition of sebaceous glands in adults of middle age or older. Lesions can be single or multiple and manifest as yellowish, soft, small papules on the face (particularly nose, cheeks, and forehead). Lesions of sebaceous hyperplasia are benign, with no known potential for malignant transformation, but can cause distress due to their appearance.
Keratosis Pilaris (KP) is a genetic skin disorder that affects 40% of the world's population. KP appears as a cluster of small red bumps that are most commonly found on the upper section of the arms, thighs, buttocks and less commonly on the face, which may be mistaken for acne. While there is no cure for KP, there are ways to treat it.
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More and more people are having sensitive skin. People with sensitive skin will notice that skin care products, or household products that contact their skin, cause stinging, burning, redness, or tightness. e.
Causes of sensitive skin reactions include:
- Skin disorders or allergic skin reactions such as eczema, rosacea, or allergic contact dermatitis
- Overly dry or injured skin that can no longer protect nerve endings, leading to skin reactions
- Excessive exposure to skin-damaging environmental factors such as sun and wind or excessive heat or cold
- Genetic factors, age, gender, and race differences in skin sensitivity are less well-defined but still may play a role in causing skin reactions.