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Read below to find out the top five most likely causes for the annoying red spots on the skin and learn how to get rid of them properly.   ACNE Acne is a condition that affects the skin's oil glands and it is typically associated with blackheads, whiteheads, and pus-filled pimples, but those red bumps around the mouth, jawline, chest, and back, are also acne, named cystic acne. So, the best treatment is the use of a product that contains benzoyl peroxide, which can kill acne-causing bacteria and at the same time help reduce inflammation.   KERATOSIS PILARIS Keratosis pilaris...

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Previously we’ve talked about the types and symptoms of rosacea and what are the main triggers. Now let’s talk about the treatments and cures for this unpleasant skin condition. Some of the ways that rosacea is commonly treated by dermatologists include the use of prescriptions medicines and receiving skin treatments like dermabrasion, emollients, laser therapy and other treatments that will remove any allergies, sensitives or common gut irritants and prevent irritation from UV light, redness and flare-ups. However, we have much more natural ways of treating rosacea to offer. Here are some of them: DIET As there is a big...

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Rosacea is a skin condition that appears as a rash that causes an area of red, sensitive and inflamed skin. This rash can be caused by many triggers like irritation, allergies, infections, underlying diseases and structural defects of the skin, including blocked pores or malfunctioning oil glands. This skin rash is similar in nature to other types of skin rashes, such as acne, dermatitis, eczema, hives, pityriasis, and psoriasis. Rosacea commonly develops during teenage years or 20s and it can become worse into the 30s or 40s. It can start as a small rash or patch of bumps or redness,...

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