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Other Skin Conditions Eczema (Atopic Dermatitis) Eczema, also known as atopic dermatitis, is a chronic skin condition evidenced by dry, itchy, cracked skin. It has a genetic component and normally begins before the age of 5, but can last into adulthood in 1/2 of cases. Self-care is normally recommended, but prescriptions also exist. April 26, 2020
Other Skin Conditions Can Candida Cause Acne? Candida is a type of yeast that lives on 70% of people's bodies and can cause infection in people whose immune systems are compromised. However, it has nothing to do with acne. If any practitioner tells you that your acne is likely caused by Candida, proceed with skepticism. April 25, 2020
Other Skin Conditions Acne vs. Rosacea Acne and rosacea are sometimes confused for the same disease, but they are each distinct skin diseases that affect different subsets of people and require different treatments. April 25, 2020
Other Skin Conditions Contact Dermatitis Contact dermatitis develops when an irritant or allergen comes into contact with the skin, causing a red/pink rash, in addition to other symptoms like dryness, pain, itching, stinging, swelling, blisters, and oozing. It normally requires no treatment. April 01, 2020
Other Skin Conditions Hives (Urticaria) Hives, also known as urticaria, are usually temporary, itchy, pink or red welts on the skin of various sizes that develop when the body releases... March 18, 2020
Other Skin Conditions Which Skin Type Ages Faster? Three recent studies show us that oily, acne-prone skin might stay thicker, develop less deep wrinkles, and show less signs of skin aging in the long term. So, maybe there is a silver lining to having acne when you are younger. January 24, 2020
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