Acne – “Pimples or zits”, inflammatory bumps, usually on the face or back, that is most common in teenagers but can also occur later in life. Acne is caused by several factors including excess oil production by the skin.
Atopic Dermatitis – Most common form of eczema, chronic itchy rash often occurs in infants/toddlers but also affects adults
Contact Dermatitis – Itchy red bumps (rash) on specific parts of the body. It is an allergic or irritation reaction due to direct contact between certain substances and the skin.
Cysts – “Boil”, inflammatory bump that starts like a pimple but grows bigger and is more painful
Drug reactions – Skin rashes or disease caused by medications, can be life-threatening
Dry skin – Very common condition, left untreated can turn into rash or inflammation of skin
Keloids or scars – Scars are a normal result after injury to the skin, but scars that are growing, painful, or itchy could mean that a keloid has formed
Keratosis pilaris – Common skin condition usually on the upper arms or thighs with tiny, rough bumps
Rosacea – Inflammatory pink bumps or dilated blood vessels more common in adults that can mimic acne