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Acne is one of the most common skin conditions. It affects children, teenagers, & adults and presents as red, pus-filled pimples on the face and neck.

Actinic keratosis is a rough, dry patch of skin caused by years of excessive sun exposure and is most common in patients over the age of 40.

Cysts are small growths that often reside above or below the skin's surface and can appear almost anywhere on the body, including in intimate areas.

Eczema is a skin condition that looks like a common rash, as it presents itself as itchy, red patches in areas like the hands, arms, and legs.

Melasma or chloasma is an abnormal, dark patch of skin that is believed to be linked to or brought on by hormonal imbalances, genetics, or stress.

Moles are small, pea-sized lesions that can be raised or lay flat on the skin's surface and tend to be tan, brown, black, or pink in color.

Nail disorder is a general term used to describe any condition that affects the nails by causing breakage, flaking, discoloration, and more.

Psoriasis is a condition that causes skin cells to grow at an accelerated rate, resulting in red, scaly blotches on the scalp, elbows, or knees.

Rashes are common skin conditions that present as hives, bumps, or red patches and bring on symptoms such as chronic itching and burning.

Rosacea is a dermal disorder that causes redness and small bumps along the mid-face and is most often found in people with fair skin.

A seborrheic keratosis is a skin lesion that looks similar to a mole but is often scaly or rough in texture and can be raised or lay flat on the skin.

Shingles is a type of skin rash triggered by the same virus that causes chickenpox; it occurs most commonly in adults but can also affect teens.

A skin tag is a small, noncancerous tumor or lesion that grows on the surface of the skin on the face or body and can vary in shape and color.

Warts are often harmless yes unsightly skin lesions that are raised and scaly in texture, arising most often on the hands, feet, elbows, and knees.

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