The symptoms and severity of skin disorders can vary greatly. Some skin disorders are temporary, while others are permanent. Minor conditions can be life-threatening in some cases.
- Containing bacteria in the pores of the skin and hair follicles
- Skin-borne fungi, parasites, or microbes
- Deficiency of immunity
- Allergic reactions, irritants, or skin infections caused by another person
- Conditions that affect the thyroid, immune system, kidneys, and other body systems
- Factors that influence lifestyle
Diagnosis and Treatment
Visual examination of the skin can often identify skin diseases. When the skin doesn’t provide a clear answer, consult your doctor or a dermatologist. Skin disorders are usually treated with topical medications (drugs applied directly to the skin). These drugs are administered through injection or oral administration and reach all parts of the body. When a doctor needs a high concentration of a drug in the affected area, an intradermal injection is rarely used.
- Water retention
- Be physically active
- Stress management
- Use cleansers and masks
- Eat more greens
- Natural detoxification