The medical term for common acne is ACNE VULGARIS. It occurs when the hair follicle becomes filled with oil and dead skin cells. It is characterized by:
This is a common viral infection commonly known as fever blisters. It is characterized by:
This is a small serum-filled bubble on the skin surface caused by burning, friction or other types of damage to the skin. It is characterized by:
This is a skin order that manifests suddenly as swollen sometimes painful bumps across the skin surface. Characteristics of hives include:
This skin disorder manifests on the skin after years of exposure to the sun. It can be characterized by:
This is a common chronic skin disorder that can be characterized by:
This is one of the most common disorders that can be categorized under occupational illnesses. It commonly occurs after the skin has been exposed to chemicals or other irritating substances. These substances can give rise to a reaction that causes the skin to become itchy, red, and inflamed. Most cases of this skin disorder aren’t severe, but they can be rather itchy and cause discomfort. It cab be easily treated with topical creams and avoiding the causative irritant.
Keratosis pilaris is a minor skin condition that causes small, rough bumps to emerge on the skin. These bumps are usually located on the upper arms, thighs or cheeks. They’re traditionally a painless spot of red or white, and they don’t itch. While treatment isn’t necessary, medicated creams can be used to improve skin appearance.