I have just published an article on HubPages.com about rosacea and its treatment. Rosacea is a harmless ailment that presents, usually, a red rash on the face. As it progresses one might say it starts to resemble acne after a while.
My article describes natural solutions for treating rosacea. Included are some of the things that bring about positive results. Included is: a common household acid, Vitamin A, 5 less known oils, an exotic bean, and more.
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To cut to the chase, and be a bit more informative to those interested, although the differentiation is made in the article, chronic hives from diabetes is discussed during the majority of the article. This article contains a lot of information and has been commented on as informative and inclusive. If you or a friend has diabetes and hives are an issue, try reading this article.
Most of us understand that skin problems can bring about unwanted attention. For that reason, and because this dermatitis presents itself with tiny blisters and intense itching, this article may be the comprehensive overview for you.
The pinhead size blisters usually are on the soles of the feet and palms of the hands, especially on the inside of toes and fingers. If the eczema has been present for a long time, the number of blisters increases forming larger blisters as the small ones merge.
Scratching can lead to irritation, redness, and sometimes cracking and bleeding. It seems as though the primary concern of the physician is to stop the itching. By stopping the itching the area is not scratched and inflamed so much, thus avoiding cracking the skin which can lead to open areas exposed to infection.
The most often prescribed medicines are corticosteroids, which in addition to helping cut down the itching, also promote healing.
For a more thorough discussion including home remedies, physician prescribed medications, and care of the rash, see this article
Having had quite a few problems related to sensitive skin over the years, I have learned a thing or two about these troubles. Hence, I have written a number of articles in some detail about eczema, etc.
One particular condition known as Atopic Dermatitis I have been able to address a bit lightheartedly because of an experience at the age of 19. A sudden rash with the worst itch I have ever encountered left me ready to beg for help. When I finally could see a doctor, what he had to say didn’t seem to make sense. It was as if the doctor wanted to treat me for a cold instead of a skin problem. But be that as it may, the doctor knew what he was doing, and this article will explain the skin problem and the nature of my confusion. I hope it helps make a subject which granted can be dry have a little humor to it – if that is possible when you itch!!!
If you would like to learn about this dermatitis and to follow a teenager’s experience, try checking this HubPages article out http://hubpages.com/hub/Atopic-Dermatitis-Allergay-and-Eczema-Symptoms
One nice thing about Domboro is that it is also antiseptic. So while you are drying out you are also killing bacteria, a useful second punch, as open sores from allergic skin can get infected.
The nature of the medication is such that you can pour powder into water and mix it, or plop an effervescent tablet in the water and let it “plop, plop, fiz, fiz”. By the way, the soak is soothing, also.
If you are interested in the way to make the solution, and want more particulars on how to use, prices that are available, and alternatives, I highly recommend an article I wrote on HubPages.
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A skin condition affecting many people in the United States is seborrheic dermatitis, or commonly referred to as dandruff. But dandruff can become extremely severe, with thick scales and redness due to varying degrees of oil buildup.
My article gives the type of seborrhea, symptoms, reasons for the condition, shampoo and other treatments, and referrals to alternate treatments.
So it is not just a matter of having a few flakes, though that is bothersome also, but it can be a very serious medical matter. I have written an article that will have plenty of information to contemplate, with possible answers to your questions. It is written for the lay person.
Click this link for the complete article http://hubpages.com/hub/Seborrheic-Dermatitis