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Acne is a common skin condition that happens when sebum—oil that helps keep skin from drying out—and dead skin cells plug the pores, which leads to small infections.
An ingrown hair occurs when a shaved or tweezed hair grows back into the skin causing a bump or pustule.
In grown hairs
Congested pores are the result of dead epidermal cells getting trapped in your skin instead of being shed into the environment.
These are small benign growths that form anywhere on the body but primarily in areas where the skin folds, like armpits, it’s common in both men & women.
Milia occur when a small, hard, pale keratinous nodule gets trapped beneath the surface of the skin, typically by a blocked sebaceous gland.
A localized horny overgrowth of the skin.
These are small, damaged veins that commonly appear on the surface of the legs or face.
Sunspots are a common, usually harmless condition in which patches of skin become darker in color than the normal surrounding skin. This darkening occurs when an excess of melanin deposits gather in areas beneath the skin.
Similar to sunspots but more intense, may appear as freckles, age spots, or larger areas of darkened skin.
Small Benign growths
Abnormal growth of cells that serve absolutely no purpose. These can be called skin tags.
A mole-like skin growth made up of small blood vessels or capillaries.
Soft, flat, yellowish lumps made up of cholesterol. They tend to appear on the upper and lower eyelids. These lesions may remain the same size or grow very slowly over time.
Dermatosis papulosa nigra
A condition of many small, benign skin lesions on the face, a condition generally present on dark-skinned individuals.
An inflamed blister in or near the mouth, caused by infection with the herpes simplex virus.
Healing of the skin that takes longer than expected.
Prevention of breakouts
Preventing the breakouts from starting in the first place.
Loss of elasticity
Loss of skin elasticity is known as Elastosis. Degenerative changes in the dermal tissue cause skin to look saggy, crinkled, or leathery by a breakdown of collagen.
Depressions in the facial skin surface that contain one or more openings to the ducts carrying sweat and oil from their respective eccrine glands and sebaceous glands.
A mark like a patch left on the skin or within body tissue where a wound, burn, or sore has not healed completely and fibrous connective tissue has developed.
Irregular lines or streaks on the skin where it has been stretched or distended, especially due to pregnancy or obesity.
Uneven skin tone
Overproduction of melanin, clogged pores, dry skin, loss of elasticity and build-up can cause the skin to appear uneven
Patchy brown skin discoloration occurs on the face especially on the bridge of the nose, forehead, and cheeks. Superficial Melasma is hyperpigmentation occurring closer to the surface.
Skin that has lost its radiance and brightness — in fact, without the glow, looks unhealthy, it may appear flat.
Dry skin that lacks moisture will give it a flaky, dull, and unhealthy appearance.
Redness in cheeks, nose and eyes. Sometimes small pimples will develop.