Acne is a disorder that causes outbreaks of skin lesions commonly called pimples. Acne lesions occur mostly on the face, neck, back, chest, and shoulders. It is the most common skin disease. Although acne is not a serious health threat, severe acne can lead to disfiguring and permanent scarring.
Broken blood vessels can be seen easily because they tend to lie under a layer of transparent skin. Blood vessels often break due to injury or trauma. Occasionally, broken blood vessels cause minor pain upon contact. Broken blood vessels can occur anywhere on the body
As you age your skin begins to reduce collagen production and loses the ability to retain moisture resulting in wrinkles, age spots and dryness. Your skin also becomes thinner and loses fat, making it less plump and smooth.
Melanoma is the most serious type of skin cancer. Often the first sign of melanoma is a change in the size, shape, color or feel of a mole. Most melanomas have a black or black-blue area. Melanoma may also appear as a new mole. It may be black, abnormal looking.
Melanoma is a disease of the skin in which cancer cells are found in the melanocytes, the cells that produce color in the skin or pigment known as melanin. Melanoma usually occurs in adults, but it may occasionally be found in children and adolescents.
Melasma is a very common skin disorder causing dark skin discoloration that appears on sun-exposed areas of the face. A uniform brown color is usually seen over the cheeks, forehead, nose, or upper lip. It is most often symmetrical (matching on both sides of the face). Sun exposure is a strong risk factor for melasma.
Angiomas are common noncancerous skin growths that vary in size occurring anywhere on the body. Angiomas tend to be inherited and usually occur after the age of 30. Common complications include, bleeding if injured, changes in appearance and psychological stress.
A scar is the body's natural way of healing and replacing lost or damaged skin. A scar is usually composed of fibrous tissue. Scars may be formed for many different reasons, including as a result of infections, surgery, injuries, or inflammation of tissue
The normal amount of body hair varies widely among women. Usually, a woman grow fine hair on her lips, chin, chest, abdomen, or back. However, women can grow coarse, dark hairs in these areas similar to hair growth pattern more typical of men.