Disorders are all widely different in symptoms and severity. Some are permanent and others temporary, they can be painful or less painfull and some can appear in certain situations and others are genentic.
Types of skin conditions:
Acne, hives, eczema, rosacea, psoriasis, vitiligo, impetigo, keratosis pilaris, contact dermatitis.
Most of this skin disorders are minor but they can indicate more serious underlying problems, it is always best to have a doctor check these if you think that you might have one of these above mentioned conditions.
Temporary skin disorders:
- Fungal nail infection
- Cold sores
- Athletes foot
- Acne: papules, pustules, nodules and cysts.
- Precancerous skin lesions
- Dry skin
Permanent Skin Disorder:
- Seborrheic dermatitis
Common skin disorders:
- Rosacea: this is a chronic inflammatory disorder of the vessels.
Signs of rosacea are flushing, persistant redness, bumps and pimples and visible vessels.
- Acne: caused by blocked hair follicles and oil glands (sebaceous glands) and are triggered by hormonal changes in individuals.
There may be pimples, pustules, comedones and even cysts visible that affects the grade of Acne one can have.
- Pre cancerous skin lesions: Actinic keratosis or also knows as solar keratosis
These are scaly, crusty growths caused by excessive exposure to the ultra violet rays of the sun.
- Dry skin: there may be may causes to this and the right treatment options should resolve this, especially in the winter/ dryer seasons.
Treatment options for skin disorders are:
- Resurfacing lasers – to remove the skin lesions that may develop into skin cancers.
- Chemical peels to improve the appearance of disorders combined with correct product options.
- BBL – Light therapy to help reduce vessels and redness, pigmentation etc.
- Suspicious lesions/conditions can get checked by Dermatologists in order to evaluate and recommend treatment from there.