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There are many reasons skin rashes occur, from insect bites to serious medical conditions. If you experience a rash, it's important to identify its ...
Kamila Maria Kamińska saved to detale
There are way more types of eczema out there than you might realize. “Eczema” is often used as a blanket term to describe different types of rashes. In general, these rashes will make it feel like your skin has taken you hostage, encasing you (or part of you, at least) in an itchy shell. Beyond that, each type of eczema has its own distinct features and symptoms. Here's everything you should know.
SELF Magazine saved to Health & Wellness
"7 Skin Conditions That Look Contagious, But Aren't" --- "You might not want to sit next to someone with visible hives or scaly patches on their skin. But, in reality, these common skin issues aren't the least bit contagious."
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Is your skin itchy, dry, blistering, or red? Do you have rashes that come and go? You might have one of these common skin conditions. Read on to learn about the signs and see photos of each.
Candice Salvietti saved to ALL
Skin conditions such as ringworm, rosacea, eczema, contact dermatitis, and seborrhea can look red, itch, and even cause pain. Here is a photo of each and how it is treated.
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Simple things you can do to help treat your keratosis pilaris and get healthier skin! Help get rid of those pesky bumps
Sarah Bouchey-Regan saved to Allie
Even the most zen among us still gets the occasional pimple or dry patches from stress. Maybe it’s because of a perpetually too-long to-do list, never-ending bills, familial pressures, or just general existential dread amidst being in a global pandemic, but *shouting into the sky* why do stress and skin have to be so inextricably linked? Turns out, this has to do with the way human bodies are hot-wired to react in fight or flight situations. Dermatologist Dr. Cristina Vajaitu says that under…
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"Everyone is flawed; some of us just have more visible scarring to show for it."
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