A mole, the medical term is ‘nevi’, the most common pigmented skin growth, appear as small raised dark brown spot, though the skin color can range from pink to black.
Keloid scars are thick clusters of scar tissue that and extend beyond the edges of an original wound or trauma. Most keloids are raised, round, or oval with regular margins and some with irregular margins have a crab claw-like look.
Acne or pimple is one of the common skin problems in pregnancy. Pregnancy is associated with bitter problems such as morning sickness, breathlessness, and even acne breakouts in some women.
Acne or pimples is one of the most common skin disorders that affect almost everyone at some point in life. There are different approaches everybody chooses for managing acne such as a change in lifestyle, home remedy, or skincare products or medical line of treatment to get rid of their acne.
Chicken Pox is called varicella in medical terms, a highly contagious viral infection, and is characterized by itchy red bumps with mild fever, tiredness, and headaches.
Myth: There is a misconception that it is Mata or Devi in India and tradition not to go out of home for three weeks or visit a doctor and use medicines.
Psoriasis is a chronic (long-lasting) skin disease characterized by patches of abnormal skin that causes skin cells to grow too quickly, resulting in thick, white, silvery, or red patches of skin. They most often appear on the knees, elbows, scalp, hands, feet, or lower back.
Vitiligo is an acquired skin pigmentation disorder, characterized by milky-white or discolored patches, single or multiple on any part of the body. The reason behind this pigmentation is due to the progressive destruction of color-producing cells of the skin called melanocytes.
Freckles also called “ephelides”. Freckles appear as clusters of a circular, brownish-colored spot, formed by concentrated melanized cells and are more common in fair-skinned individuals and a major sign of exposure to sunlight.
Xanthelasma is a soft, yellowish cholesterol-rich material deposited under the skin in various parts of the body. These deposited lesions are fat-rich or lipids, accumulated in the immune cells in the skin called macrophages and sometime in the fat beneath the skin.