Conditions

Onychomycosis

Nail Fungus (Tinea Ungium) Onychomycosis or nail fungus can affect both the fingernails and toenails. However, it is most common in the toenails. This is a fungus usually caused by non-dermatophyte molds or yeast (candida). Other fungus can include T. rubrum (Trichophyton rubrum) which is the most common caused by… Read More

Double Chin

There are a few factors which contribute to a double chin. Most commonly, it is hereditary genetics. Other people simply naturally store their excess fat in the chin area. Age, diet, weight gain, posture and health issues can also contribute to it. Having a double chin can sometimes cause the… Read More

Leg Veins

Also known as varicose veins Leg veins or varicose veins are a more common condition than some realize. Actually, women are more susceptible to developing varicose veins than men also. Types of varicose veins include spider veins and bulging veins. The spider veins look more like “spider webbing” on the… Read More

Enlarged Blood Vessels

Enlarged blood vessels can occur from many contributing factors. Most commonly it is from heredity however, standing or sitting for long periods of time, obesity, hormonal replacement therapy, sun damage and even auto immune diseases can contribute. There are many types of enlarged blood vessels. Some such as vasculitis and… Read More

Oily Skin

Oily skin tends to be a nuisance more than anything but can lead to acne if not taken care of properly. Oily skin usually occurs due to coarse pores, overproduction of sebum from the sebaceous glands, diet, hormones/hormonal changes, cosmetics used, humidity/hot weather and vitamin B12 deficiency. It is important… Read More

Warts

When a human papillomavirus (HPV) infects the top layer of the skin, the result is a wart. If you cut or damage your skin in some way, you may become more susceptible to warts. These viruses are contagious and can spread by contact with the wart or something that touched… Read More

Wrinkles

Another common name for wrinkles are also “rhytides” which is a fold, ridge or crease in the skin. Wrinkles or rhytides can occur on any part of the body but are most commonly noticed first on the facial areas. For example, fine lines around the mouth and eyes can occur… Read More

Vascular Lesions

Vascular lesions can result from an abundant amount of large vessels forming underneath the skin. Vascular lesions can be many different sizes and forms. Forms can include a large birthmark called a port wine stain, capillaries that have broken, cherry angiomas and hemangiomas. These can also be in the form… Read More

Unwanted Hair

There are many reasons for unwanted hair growth in both men and women alike. There are differences between the two, however. Men will tend to grow more coarse hair on the body, face, and elsewhere. Women will grow a more “peach fuzz” like hair type on the face. Hormones such… Read More
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