Skin diseases

The Ordinary Acne Regimen is a typical skin disease for most people, which is on the list of such diseases has the first place. It mainly characterized by dark spots and they are found mostly on the face and on the oily areas of the body and manifest itself in the form of acne, purulent ulcers and comedones. Fat forms clogged sebaceous glands, bacteria can colonize and cause inflammation. The main reasons are hormonal changes, usually during puberty or pregnancy. Male sex hormones (androgens) contribute to development, so this disease more affect men than women. In addition- drugs, cosmetics, and stress factors can promote acne. The severe form is characterized by the formation of scars and this type of acne is treated without leaving traces under the age of 25 years.

Eczema

Eczema (atopic dermatitis) usually begins in early childhood and manifests itself in periodic inflammatory skin reactions. This is one of the most common skin diseases. Because of the defensive reactions of the body to allergens, it leads to inflammatory processes, insatiable itching acts as a trigger. Triggers can be next to stress, certain foods, mechanical irritations, infections and climatic influences. Scratches can cause inflammatory reactions, when the skin loses its protective barrier.

Herpes

Herpes is manifested in many forms, the most famous is herpes simplex. Primary infection usually goes unnoticed. Only further infection manifests itself in the form of typical vesicles with a crust and inflammation. The causes can be different, trauma or tanning, stress and hormonal fluctuations.

Scabies

Scabies are caused by mites (mainly with sexual contacts). Ticks make holes in the stratum corneum and lay eggs there. Wrists suffer mostly of it, also areas between the fingers, navel, chest, armpit or genital area. Scabies are well treated, but can also cause other diseases (for example, cellulitis, sepsis).