Prickly Heat

Monday, April 25th, 2011

Prickly Heat is known as a heat rush, and is a condition where prolonged sweating clogs the sweat ducts bringing them to break open and leak sweat beneath the person’s skin, leading to appearance of  red bumps. To prevent Prickly Heat (heat rush), the person should stay cool. You should avoid triggering your sweat glands.  […]

Perioral Dermatitis

Tuesday, March 29th, 2011

Perioral Dermatitis is a red, frequently bumpy rash that appears around the chin and mouth. Perioral Dermatitis can look like Rosacea or Acne. However, the normal part of the skin usually separates the lips, edge from the rash. A Corticosteroid and certain oily cosmetics, particularly, moisturizers, tend to result in Perioral Dermatitis or worsen the […]

Dry Skin

Tuesday, March 15th, 2011

Dry Skin is a common condition, particularly which occurs in individuals past middle ages. Dry Skin may be caused by frequent bathing and cold weather. Bathing washes away surface oils, leading the person’s skin to dry out. Dry Skin frequently itches and becomes irritated. Scalling most frequently affects the lower legs. In some cases, ichthyosis […]

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