Skin disorders vary greatly in symptoms and severity. They can be temporary or permanent and may be painless or painful. Some have situational causes, while others may be genetic. Some skin conditions are minor, and others can be life-threatening.
Acne is one of the most widespread skin conditions that exists.
Acne scarring is usually an after-effect of cystic acne or inflamed blemishes.
‘Crow’s feet’ is the common name given to wrinkles which appear at the side of the eyes, stretching out towards the temples.
Skin that lacks radiance or glow like that associated with young, healthy skin.
Lines on your forehead caused by raising your eyebrows, concentrating, squinting or frowning.
Excess hair refers to unwanted body and facial hair. We all have hair on almost every part of our bodies, but some people have more than others.
Wrinkles are folds and lines which appear on the surface of the skin as we age.
Identifiable by its rough, cauliflower like surface, a wart is a skin growth caused by a common viral infection.
The term “jowls” describes sagging, loose skin below the jawline, which most people develop with age.
Moles are small brown or black patches which form on the skin.
Skin pigmentation or hyperpigmentation is a term used to describe dark spots or patches on the skin. There are different types of pigmentation or skin concerns that an individual might face such as dark spots, age spots, sun spots and etc.