Bumps & Spots
The most common skin disease, acne affects 85% of 12 – 24-year-olds. Anyone can get it, but it’s especially prevalent among adolescents and teenagers.
Actinic keratosis starts as a rough, slow-growing, scaly patch on the skin, often found in areas with the most sun exposure.
Seborrheic keratosis is a non-cancerous skin growth that becomes more prevalent with age; it’s the most common benign skin condition in older people.
Caused by exposure to UV radiation, solar lentigo is a harmless area of darkened skin where the body has produced an excess of melanin.
Allergic contact dermatitis, also known simply as contact dermatitis, can cause an itchy red rash on the affected area.
Atopic dermatitis, more commonly known as eczema, is a condition that causes red and itchy skin, but it is not contagious.
Psoriasis is a chronic autoimmune disorder causing itchy red patches on elbows, knees, torsos and scalps. There are seven types of psoriasis.
Rosacea is a chronic skin condition causing red patches, small red (sometimes pus-filled) bumps or tiny blood vessels visible on the face.
Basal cell carcinoma—the most common form of skin cancer—begins in the basal cells, the bottom layer of the epidermis.
Melanoma, or malignant melanoma, is a serious skin cancer that occurs when the DNA in certain skin cells becomes damaged.