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... I was not sure which section I would garner the most responses so I posted this in both the Allergies section and the Skin Problems section. If this is not acceptable board behavior, please let me know and I will delete a post accordingly. ... (7 replies)
... months or so. It started off pretty red months back. It felt like dry skin. It doesn't itch, burn, or hurt. It haven't seen it bleed or ooze, either. ... (4 replies)
2 skin problems
Dec 27, 2007
... I think the red spots are from the hot water, maybe like a heat rash? ... (1 replies)

... spots under my skin on my hands only. My right hand was the only hand to have any, but now the left is getting a few. ... (5 replies)
... around the finger in question and ran them back and fourth using friction and heat to do my "Scratching". I believe this slowly wore away the skin on my finger and now today I basically have no skin on my finger in the effected area, its raw, and I can see the blood under the skin at times. ... (2 replies)
Oily red skin
Apr 14, 2006
... Over the last 2 years or so i seem to be having real problems with my facial skin which is getting me down alot and really interferring in my life and hugely affecting my self confidence. ... (2 replies)
... Your skin is irritated, probably cuz you scrubbed it with a washcloth...I did the same thing last year. The more I scrubbed, the worse it got... ... (2 replies)
... my husband always gets minor rashes, red spots and annoyances after he works with wood. ... (1 replies)
... eat the problem. As for my story I don't even remember how I developed this problem as I have had it for so long. Most people seem to have developed this problem from picking at their lips. I never did so personally.. I think my case started with chapped lips and I just licked them continuously untill this developed. ... (1 replies)
Shaving, Argh.
Feb 17, 2007
... So, recently I've started getting irritations on my skin from shaving, especially within the first hours after a shave. ... (1 replies)
... menopause. My skin has always been my biggest target and I wonder if everything affects it... ... (6 replies)
... Ive had a small red inflamed area of skin in a sensitive spot for 13 months now... doc said it was dermatitis... used a lipo steroid creme for a few weeks... didnt get much better... ... (4 replies)
... Thanks for the reply. I have not noticed it getting bigger. Also, from what I've read about vitiligo is that it is very PRONE to burning due to the lack of melatonin, whereas this patch DOESN'T burn dispite being in the sun all day. ... (15 replies)
... but this white patch stays white and pale. I've never heard of skin that won't even burn. Could that area of skin just have damagad blood vessels so that it won't turn red when being out in the sun all day? ... (15 replies)
... Don't do pro activ. Definitely not for your skin. Yes those lines on your mom are broken capillaries. The colorless spots on your dad's skin is sun damage. If you get flushed easily it means you have some sensitivity and hyper circulation. It is common for you to end up with broken capillaries. ... (5 replies)
... On my foot in the inner arch, I have had a rash there for around 8 months. It started as a small red patch with tiny bumps and has spread from about an inch to about 7 inches in mass. It looks like there are tons of tiny little pimples almost, when I soak my foot in hot water they have white heads. ... (3 replies)
Burn nose
Oct 7, 2005
... It sounds from you description like you have a skin condition called "erythema ab igne" on your nose. ... (1 replies)
... Hi all. I'm a 21 female from canada. I have red cheeks and red arms aswell. When I was a little girl I was admitted to the hospital for Redness all over my body. ... (16 replies)
... is treatment. Milia, it seems, is easier to get rid of. For milia, I just use steam and a washcloth, and I do this daily... soak the end of a washcloth in very hot water, and then wipe along the forehead. Basically, it's a mild dermabrasion without damaging the skin. ... (6 replies)
... I am fair skinned, and on one hot summer day I sat on a bench near the river here, enjoying the heat and the brilliant sunshine upon me. ... (0 replies)




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