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Acne scars are the unwanted reminders of your previous blemishes. When your skin is recovering from an injury, like active acne, you will develop scars as a part of the healing process.
Arthritis means inflammation of one or more joints in the body. A joint is an area where two or more bones make contact and move against each other. The underlying cause varies with specific types of arthritis.
Bags under the eyes do not discriminate. They can affect both genders, any skin complexion and usually people over the age of 25. Under-eye bags should not be ignored, as they may be a sign of a more critical medical condition.
Broken capillaries are visible, tiny red or blue clusters of blood vessels. Medically known as telangiectasia, broken capillaries or spider veins are the result of vein damage directly below the surface of your skin.
Approximately 90 percent of all women and 10 percent of men will develop cellulite, which is simply dimpled skin that stores excess fat, at some point during their lives.
The chicken pox is a contagious and common disease that is the result of a viral infection. Although this disease is temporary, it can leave long-lasting effects on your body in the form of scars.
A double chin will appear when excess fat has collected below your jawline that causes the skin to sag and wrinkle. The chances of developing a double chin will increase as you age, especially if you gain weight.
Drooping eyelids, which is formally known as ptosis or blepharoptosis, is a condition where the skin sags below its natural position surrounding the eye. This condition can impact your appearance by making you look tired and older.
Unfortunately, many men are reluctant to report erectile dysfunction (ED) to their partner, or physician, due to social stigmas associated with bedroom performance.
Urinary incontinence occurs more often in women than in men, and it is a lot more common than you might expect. In fact, chances are that you know other people who have been affected by urinary incontinence.
Freckles are small, circular, brown spots on the surface of the skin. These spots of hyperpigmentation are commonly found on areas of the body that are regularly exposed to sunlight like the nose, cheeks, chest, shoulders and arms.
Gynecomastia is characterized by the overdevelopment of tissue and fat. While this condition has a simple surgical fix, many men who suffer from this are too embarrassed to seek treatment.
Pores are outlets for the body to release perspiration and oil to hydrate, protect and cool the surface of your skin. Your skin is covered with millions of microscopic pores, but it is very common for some of them to become enlarged and noticeable.
We all have a good idea of what make for attractive lips, and they rely on fullness, softness and smoothness. Unfortunately, age takes away from the face’s natural beauty, robbing the lips of their youthful vitality and leaving them thinner and wrinkled.
Melasma will appear on the skin in the form of brownish patches. These patches tend to emerge on the forehead, cheeks, nose, upper lip and chin and typically appear symmetrically on both sides of the face.
A migraine headache is an intense headache that can become so severe that it can disrupt your day-to-day life. Migraine headaches can be very painful but also cause a surplus of other symptoms not associated with a general headache.
Noticeable redness in cheeks? Do you tend to blush easily lately? Have you noticed tiny pimple-like bumps forming on your skin? If you answered yes to either of these questions, you may be in the developing stages of a common skin condition known as rosacea (ro-zay-sha).
When there is an injury or trauma to your skin that causes a deep enough wound, scars develop as a part of the healing process. Scars are red, purple or white malformations of the skin. They will vary in size, color and texture depending on the severity of the wound.
If you are postpartum or have recently lost an excess amount of weight, you may have loose abdominal skin. When you lose weight, skin that used to be stretched over many fatty layers of tissue may not adapt as quickly to your new, fat-reduced body.
Skin loses its firmness and elasticity from aging, dramatic weight loss or poor lifestyle habits. As a result, the skin begins to fall and look loose. This unwanted looseness can appear on your neck, upper arms, chest, abdomen, buttocks and legs.
Aging skin is a problem that everyone will eventually have to deal with. Over time, the skin’s underlying structure starts to break down causing us to lose the plumpness and definition that we once had. Thanks to these factors the skin starts to sag and hang.
Stretch marks, medically known as striae, are visibly permanent tears in the skin that are the result of accelerated stretching of the skin and increased hormone levels. These marks are usually associated with pregnancy, but they can happen to anyone that experiences some point of rapid growth.
Have you noticed freckle-like patches of skin appearing on your face or other parts of your body? If so, you may be developing sun spots. Otherwise known as age spots or liver spots, these patches of skin are flat, dark hyperpigmentations of your skin that appear as a result of sun damage
Sun spots and melasma can easily be confused for one another, as both reveal hyperpigmentation of the skin. Although sun spots and melasma may look similar, these skin conditions have many differences and the best way to differentiate between the two is to determine the root cause of the skin discoloration.
Your body produces sweat to coat the skin in an effort to cool your body when it is overheated. Everyone experiences extreme sweating during certain activities, like working out, but if you are excessively sweating during effortless activities, you may have a medical condition known as hyperhidrosis.