The redness, swollen skin, and acne-like breakouts can be effectively treated.
This rosacea subtype causes thickening skin, which can be effectively treated.
With so many effective treatments available today, no one has to wait to outgrow pimples.
The rash often clears without treatment, but in some cases you may want to see a dermatologist.
Treatment can help clear the skin discoloration.
Most people who get psoriasis develop this type of psoriasis.
Learn when you can treat a poison-ivy rash at home and when you should get medical care.
Learning about psoriasis can help you make informed decisions and know what to expect.
If you are living with psoriasis, you should know the early warning signs of this type of arthritis.
Red, swollen skin and pus-filled bumps are signs of pustular psoriasis.
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