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March 8, 2019

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Skin is the thin layer of muscle making the natural outer covering of the human’s essence. It is the biggest organ of the body of a person. It shields a person from microbes and the other elements & helps to regulate body temperature and permits the sensations of touch, heat, and cold.


Nowadays, people are not getting enough time to care about their skin. They are busy with their regular agendas and pressure of work. They only start caring when winter comes. It’s time to change your schedule and give time to your skins. More careless means more skin problems.


Here we have highlighted some types of skin problems below.


Types of Skin Problems


1. Acne


Acne is also called Pimples. It is a skin disorder that causes pimples when the passageway that connects the skin’s pores to the oil glands becomes clogged.




Pimples, which appears most often on the face, neck, shoulders, chest, and back, can come in many forms.




75% of Indians will have acne at some point in their lives, and 50% will continue to experience it into adulthood.




Keep cleaning your face in 2 – 4 hours, eat less oily & spicy foods, eat fruits, yogurt and vegetables.


Note: If it doesn’t work, please consult a doctor for medical advice.


2. Atopic Dermatitis


Atopic dermatitis is also called Eczema. It is usually developed in early childhood and is more common in people who have a family history of the condition.




The main symptom is a rash that typically looks on the arms and behind the knees, but can also appear anywhere.




1% to 3% of adults compared to 10% to 20% of children have this long-term genetic disease.




Treatment includes avoiding soap and other irritants. Certain creams or treatments may likewise give help from the tingling.


Note: If it doesn’t work, please consult a doctor for medical advice.


3. Seborrheic Dermatitis


Skin Dandruff is a common name of Seborrheic Dermatitis. In babies, it’s called cradle cap.




Seborrheic dermatitis is a skin condition that can cause harsh, textured skin on the scalp and face.




It affects 20% of people, according to the Indian Survey. It can harm newborn babies, typically in the first six months.




Apply natural coconut oil on your head, Boost Immune Function (avoid chronic stress, depression, anxiety, and fatigue), Eat Organic Foods, Drink Plenty of Water & Avoid Chemically made Beauty Products.


4. Skin Cancer


Skin malignant growth is the uncontrolled development of unfamiliar skin cells. It happens when unrepaired DNA harm to skin cells, frequently brought about by intense radiation from sunlight or tanning beds.




There are three most basic sorts of Skin Disease.


i) Basal cell Carcinomas, you may first see a pale patch of skin or a waxy translucent bump on the head or neck.


ii) Squamous cell carcinomas, may also develop as a lump on the skin. These hard lumps are typically rough on the surface, unlike the smooth and pearly appearance of a basal cell carcinoma.


iii) Merkel cell carcinomas may appear as red or flesh-colored moles that are raised and spread quickly. These small tumors usually develop on sun-exposed areas of the skin, such as the face, neck or scalp.




According to the Indian Academy of Dermatology, 15% to 20% of people are diagnosed with skin cancer annually.




Seek the Shade, Don’t get Sunburn, Avoid UV Tanning Beds, Cover up yourself with Clothes, Hat & UV Blocking Sunglasses.


Note: Visit your nearest Dermatologist at least once a year for a professional skin test.


5. Psoriasis


Psoriasis is an interminable skin condition brought about by an overactive invulnerable framework.




Symptoms include incorporate chipping, aggravation, and thick, white, silver, or red patches of skin. It initially shows up on the elbows and knees yet can spread to different pieces of the appendages and even the storage compartment.




It affects 20% of people, according to the Indian Survey.




Keep your Skin, Moist, Soothe with Warm Baths & Avoid Chemical Products.


Keep your Skin Healthy by following our tips & natural solutions and away from infection & Diseases of Skins.


Disclaimer: The tips and opinions stated in the above Article or Content written on the bases of internet research.

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