Skin Disorders
   Acanthosis Nigricans
   Acne Scars
   Acne
   Acrochordons
   Acrodermatitis Continua
   Actinic Keratosis
   Adult Acne
   Allergic Contact Dermatitis
   Alopecia Areata
   Amoebiasis
   Anal Warts
   Androgenic Alopecia
   Angioma
   Aphthous Ulcer
   Athlete's Foot
   Atopic Dermatitis
   Atypical Moles
   Baby Acne
   Baldness
   Birthmarks and Hemangioma
   Blackheads
   Blue Nevi
   Body Acne
   Boils
   Bowen's Disease
   Bullous Pemphigoid
   Capillary Hemangioma
   Cavernous Hemangioma
   Cellulite
   Cellulitis Skin Infection
   Comedo
   Common Warts
   Cracked Heels
   Cysts
   Dandruff
   Dark Circles
   Dermatitis Herpetiformis
   Dermatitis
   Dermatofibroma
   Discoloration of Elbows and Knees
   Dry Lips
   Dyshidrotic Eczema
   Dysplastic Nevi
   Eczema
   Enlarged Pores
   Epidermolysis Bullosa
   Erythroderma
   Eye Stye
   Facial Rashes
   Flexural Psoriasis
   Folliculitis
   Fordyce’s Condition
   Freckles
   Furunculosis
   Genetal Warts
   Genital Herpes
   Granuloma Annulare
   Guttate Psoriasis
   Halo Nevus
   Hand Dermatitis
   Heat Rash
   Herpes Simplex
   Herpes Zoster
   Hidradenitis Suppurativa
   Hirsutism
   Hot Tub Folliculitis
   Hyperhidrosis
   Ichthyosis
   Impetigo
   Intertrigo
   Keloid
   Keratosis Pilaris
   Leucoderma
   Lichen Planus
   Lichen Sclerosus
   Lichen Simplex Chronicus
   Lichen Striatus
   Liver Spots
   Lupus Erythematosus
   Lyme
   Lymphomatoid Papulosis
   Mastocytosis
   Melasma
   Morton's Neuroma
   Mucocutaneous Candidiasis
   Mycosis Fungoides


Skin Diseases and Skin Disorders

Skin is known to be the largest organ in our body and the most sensitive one too. Skin diseases are prone to occur at a faster rate as it acts as the first line of defense against the foreign bodies like germs, dirt etc. Apart from all these it also gets adversely affected by the sun’s rays. There are a number of skin disorders which are prevalent these days and more are being introduced day by day. There are different causes of skin diseases such as exposure to sun, allergy and even genetics plays a major role. All these would lead to even physical discomfort and would break down the confidence that we build up.

Several things are to be considered while protecting the skin from skin disorders. They include a long list, avoiding the direct contact of sun by using sunscreens as often as possible as it would lead to harshness and toughness of the skin. Always use soft water for hands and face. For smoothening the tender skin a quarter cup of almond meal or bran, borax, baking soda etc could be added to make the water soft so that your skin would remain the same ever long.

The more common skin disease is acne which could be recognized on the skin surface. Acne results from clogging of dirt and oils so that it is visible outside as pimples. If it is left untreated it would result in scars which might make your face look even worser. Cure for acne is not yet understood, therefore several precautions is recommended to stop the outbreak. Another skin disease which is commonly seen is eczema which is also visible on the surface with inflammation, itching and rashes. The root cause of eczema is not known but the major root could be detected as the immune system. The treatments are not to blame as the result varies with individual.

Yet another skin disorder which is commonly seen is Psoriasis that is symptomatic of the red patches of the skin which is covered by scales or even by silvery flakes which are thicker. Oral medications are usually prescribed for this disorder. Skin cancer is to be seen more commonly these days as the number is increasing with time. It is due to the repeated exposure to ultraviolet light from the sun. It is also been recognized as one of the most common cancer which is diagnosed. Treatment of skin diseases are yet to be developed as there is no cure for many of it as the same disease would reoccur after few days of stopping treatment.

   Necrobiosis Lipoidica Diabeticorum
   Paget's Disease
   Pemphigus Vulgaris
   Perioral Dermatitis
   Periorbital Cellulitis
   Pimples
   Pityriasis Alba
   Pityriasis Lichenoides Chronica
   Pityriasis Rosea
   Pityriasis Rubra Pilaris
   Pityrosporum Folliculitis
   Plantars Wart
   Pock Marks
   Poison Ivy
   Pompholyx
   Porphyria Cutanea Tarda
   Port Wine Stains
   Prickly Heat Rash
   Pruritis
   Pruritus Ani
   Pseudofolliculitis Barbae
   Puffy Eyes
   Pustular Psoriasis
   Rosacea
   Scabies
   Sebaceous Cyst
   Sebaceous Hyperplasia
   Seborrhea
   Seborrheic Keratoses
   Shingles
   Skin Abscess
   Skin Cancer
   Skin Darkening
   Skin Tags
   Strawberry Hemangioma
   Sunburn
   Telogen Effluvium
   Tinea Capitis
   Tinea Corporis
   Tinea Cruris
   Tinea Versicolor
   Toothache
   Urticaria Pigmentosa
   Urticaria
   Variola
   Venous Angioma
   Xerosis

 
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