There are a lot of different skin types. Some of them are more sensitive or pose a higher risk for skin diseases. Others might need a lot more taking care of, which is the case with combination skin. Combination skin is basically a mix of different skin types, and it is common for both men and women. So how to deal with this kind of skin?
It is important to recognise and have medical assessment on any changes to your skin to minimise the risk of any serious complaints such as skin cancer or melanoma. Red spots on skin can be unsightly and accompanied by a number of other complaints and so it is vital to seek medical attention at the earliest opportunity to ensure that any conditions can be effectively and quickly treated.
Our skin sometimes seems to have a will of it’s own. While we try to take good care of our skin to make it smooth and looking healthy, skin lesions or other anomalities may appear. There are quite a few skin lesions that could occur on your skin, and while some of them pose a threat – the majority can be dealt with pretty easily. Let’s take a look at the different skin lesions that are common, and what they mean for your skin.
The majority of the population in the world has them: moles. Skin moles are therefore not dangerous by itself, but that could change over time. As moles remain a mystery to most of us, and we get a lot of questions about them, we take a closer look to this phenomenon that appears on our body. Some moles are there when we are born while others will appear later in life: does this make a difference in regards to risk? Let’s take a look.