Your skin


Here we describe the most common skin conditions we provide solutions for.


Acne is a chronic inflammatory skin disorder that can lead to pimples, showing especially on the face. It varies from mild to severe cases and usually lasts about five years through puberty. It can cause physical scarring as well as emotional distress. It is very common among adolescents, with 70-80% of teenagers suffering on some level, and it is the disease most frequently diagnosed by dermatologists. In some cases adults can be affected too, either through persisting symptoms or late development.

Atopic Dermatitis

Atopic dermatitis, more commonly known as eczema, is a chronic inflammatory disease that causes red patches of very itchy skin. It is a long-term, non-infectious condition, but can clear up for several years at a time. It affects 15-20% of children, usually starting in early childhood between 2-6 months of age. It also affects a small percentage of adults.


Psoriasis is a chronic inflammatory skin disease, causing red patches of skin covered with silvery scales. It usually involves long periods of mild symptoms or no symptoms. Psoriasis is usually genetically predisposed. It affects 2-4% of the population, mostly adults.

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