Rosacea is a frustrating skin disorder that begins with the intermittent appearance of redness along the cheeks and nose. Left untreated, it almost always worsens so keeping it under control is a must. Find out how to care for rosacea-affected skin so its symptoms are under control—and learn what makes it worse!
Eczema (also known as atopic dermatitis) is a general term used to describe a strange variety of skin rashes ranging from small sections of skin that are slightly itchy, somewhat dry and irritated to chronically inflamed, oozing, crusted areas covering the entire body and accompanied by incessant itching.
It's no stretch to say that nobody wants stretch marks on any part of their body. Once these grooved, tread-like marks show up, the quest to find something, anything to get rid of them begins. As a result, bogus products for stretch marks abound!
If you have little red bumps in patches on your upper arms, backside, or thighs that resemble chicken skin and occasionally itch, you probably have a genetic skin disorder called keratosis pilaris. With our help, you may be able to finally say "Bye-bye chicken skin!"