Neurodermatitis of the body: atopic eczema Neurodermatitis is a skin disease that affects 2-5% of adults and 10-20% of children worldwide. It is a chronic condition that manifests itself in dry, scaly, reddened skin with itching,...
Rosacea: symptoms, treatment, care Rosacea (rosacea) is an inflammatory, chronic disease of the facial skin that occurs in relapses. It begins with redness of the skin. Later, vasodilatation, vesicles, nodules and tissue neoplasms may be added....
Acne Treatment And Recommendations for facial care "If you don't wash enough, you get pimples" - you must have heard that before. Only it's not that simple. First of all, pimples and blackheads have nothing to...
Neurodermatitis, atopic eczema in acute attacks on the body Neurodermatitis is a very common, chronic skin change that occurs on the face and/or body. The skin is very dry, reddened and itchy. Those affected experience a...
The effect of the sun on body skin In everyday life, the body is protected from the sun by clothing. Sun protection only becomes an issue when we spend a long period of time outdoors, barely...
Lupus erythematosus: Causes, forms, therapy Lupus erythematosus is an autoimmune disease. The immune system mistakenly regards the body's own cell structures as foreign and attacks them. There are three main forms of lupus erythematosus depending on the...
What helps against sunburn? Tips and household remedies The question "What helps against sunburn" always comes up if you have not applied enough sunscreen or not at all when swimming or sunbathing. In mild cases of...
Erysipelas: causes, signs, complications Erysipelas is a localized inflammatory disease of the skin. It often occurs on the lower legs, but can occur anywhere on the body. In most cases bacteria use small injuries of the...
Corns (Clavus): causes, treatment, prevention A corn is a local cornification of the skin. It is caused by a permanently excessive pressure load or friction, such as that caused by shoes that are too tight. A...
Boils: treatment, symptoms, prognosis Boils develop when a hair follicle becomes inflamed. It usually begins with a small, red "pimple" and then develops into an often painful lump with a pus plug. Boils often heal by...