• Rosacea


    It’s tempting to confuse rosacea with acne but they’re two different things. Rosacea is a separate skin condition generally found in people between 30 and 60 years old, and affects roughly 14 million Americans. If you have rosacea, your...

    22 Sep 2014
  • Perioral Dermatitis

    Perioral Dermatitis

    Perioral Dermatitis is primarily found in women in their 20s and 30s, although anyone can get it, including babies. It appears as patches of itchy or tender red spots around your mouth. The skin around your lips may appear pale and dry, while your...

    22 Sep 2014
  • Milia


    Milia is a fancy name for tiny, white bumps found mostly around your eyes. Cystic in nature, they’ll be hard to touch and are set deep in your skin. Milia outbreaks may last for weeks or months depending on the severity. Since they can mimic...

    22 Sep 2014
  • Keratosis Pilaris

    Keratosis Pilaris

    When is acne not acne? When it’s Keratosis Pilaris, a hard-to-pronounce name for a clever acne imposter. Keratosis Pilaris does a very good imitation of acne, especially since it’s most common in teenagers. It appears as patches of red, kernel-hard...

    22 Sep 2014

Teen Acne

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Types of Acne


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