Do You Have Skin Challenges?
Skin challenges are a part of everyday life. Most of us can say that we have some aspects of our skin that we'd like to change. Whether it's too many freckles, too dry, or too much acne, we all have them. Everyone should learn how to properly care for their skin. Below is a list of some common conditions and some fast facts.
There are four types of skin cancer. Click on the picture below to learn more.
We have all experienced a bad sunburn.
Click here to learn more about SUNBURN TREATMENTS.
Learn how to protect your skin with these tips to preventing skin cancer. Click on the picture below to learn more.
Here is a great site I found about sun protection. Find out more about skin cancer, sun protection, sunscreen, eye sun protection, and much more!
Having freckles is genetic. Click on the picture below to learn more.
While there is no cure for acne, it can be controlled or prevented.
Click here to learn more about ACNE.
Approximately 14 million Americans have rosacea.
Click here to return from skin challenges to ROSACEA.
Brown spots need to be checked out by your doctor.
Click here to learn about AGE SPOTS.
Skin tags are not usually cancerous.
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7.5 million people suffer from Psoriasis.
Click here to learn about PSORIASIS.
Eczema usually starts in early childhood.
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Dermatitis is often an allergic reaction.
Click here to learn more about DERMATITIS.
Hives is a common allergic reaction.
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Razor bumps are skin irritations caused by shaving.
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Keratosis Pilaris is a condition that looks like permanent goose bumps.
Click here to learn more about KERATOSIS PILARIS.
Melasma (pregnancy mask) can occur in women and men!
Click here to learn more about MELASMA.
Seborrheic Keratosis are non cancerous growths on your skin.
Click here to learn more about SEBORRHEIC KERATOSIS.
Dry skin affects many people. Learn how to get help for your dry, flaky skin.
These conditions can really affect one's self esteem. I have found this great site about improving your self esteem and learning to love yourself just as you are. To check it out,