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Eczema vs. Psoriasis: The Differences between These Chronic Skin Conditions
When it comes to eczema vs psoriasis, the two conditions are often confused for each other, but they are in fact quite different. According to the National Eczema Association (1), 31.6 million people in the U.S. suffer from eczema, with at least 17.8... Read More
10 Natural Remedies for Sunburn Blisters
Many of us love being outdoors in the sun on a beautiful summer day, and in the heat of the moment (pardon the pun), we neglect to put sunscreen on or forget to reapply it after swimming or after sweating too much. If we’re outside when the sun is ... Read More
Why Is My Skin Sensitive to the Touch?
When people think of sensitive skin, they often imagine someone whose face is prone to redness from beauty products. This is not that type of skin sensitivity. When skin is sensitive to touch but no rash is involved, it falls under a category called ... Read More
Treating Chest Acne, Scars, Pimples, and Bumps
Summer is the season for camping, cottages, beaches, and barbecues on the deck. It’s also the time of year where warmer weather leads to people wearing lighter clothing or swimsuits, though not everyone welcomes the skin exposure, especially if acn... Read More
What Are These Tiny Red Spots on My Skin (Petechiae)?
The sudden appearance of tiny red spots on skin can be shocking. It’s not easy when you can’t explain a particular symptom like this; for example, you may ask yourself if it’s an allergic reaction, or if it’s skin cancer. These dots on the sk... Read More
Black Lines in Your Fingernails—Splinter Hemorrhages or Melanoma?
Have you ever looked down at your hand and discovered black lines in your fingernails? What about your toenails? It can be pretty weird and unsettling, and it can also be the result of some bigger health problems. When red or black lines in the finge... Read More
Is a Stye Contagious?
A stye looks like a pimple on the outer part of the eyelid, and it’s almost always located near the eyelashes. It can grow large or stay relatively small, but it will be red and inflamed, and might even cause visual disturbances because of where it... Read More
Rash around the Eyes: Causes and Natural Treatments
Whether it’s red, dry, or itchy, a rash around the eyes can be highly disconcerting and disruptive to your daily life. Since an eye rash is a very specific symptom, it usually indicates one of a small handful of possible culprits. As with most form... Read More
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