Acne is a common multifactorial disorder that affects the pilosebaceous unit (hair follicle and sebaceous gland) due to its blockage and subsequent inflammation.
Actinic Keratosis (AK) is a skin condition the is frequently found on the sun-exposed areas and considered to be precancerous. People who have had previous significant sun exposure are prone to develop AK due to skin damage by the Ultraviolet (UV).
Eczema is an inflammatory skin condition which affects epidermis, the outer layer of the skin.
Dermatitis is a term which is used to describe skin inflammations in the context of eczema.
Psoriasis refers to a chronic inflammatory skin condition which can be characterized by well-defined red and scaly plaques.
A mole or pigmented nevus is a very common benign proliferation of melanocytes (pigmented cells).
Rosacea is a relatively common skin condition that affects primarily the central face. It can be persistent in nature or transient and recurrent. There is no comprehensive theory that would explain why Rosacea is happening. There are certain factors, such as genetic, environmental (ultraviolet, heat), spicy food, and alcohol that may contribute to the development of the disease. Hair follicle mites (Demodex Folliculorum) can be associated with the flare of Rosacea.
Viral wart is a very common condition that appears as a growth of the skin and mostly caused by an infection linked with human papillomavirus (HPV).
Xanthelasma palpebrarum is the most common type of xanthoma (lipid depositions in the cells) that affects areas around eyes.