Category: Medical Conditions

What Is Solar Elastosis? How Can You Prevent And Treat It?

Man preventing solar elastosis with Sunsafe Rx

Solar Elastosis We’ve long know that prolonged exposure to sunlight harms human skin. Among the consequences, sun exposure not only ages your skin but also leaves you vulnerable to serious skin disorders. To keep your skin both healthy and more youthful-looking, it’s important to protect your skin from ultraviolet (UV) rays. By decreasing the damage […]

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How To Prevent And Treat Eczema

Eczema treatment for woman with skin rash

Eczema is a skin condition and a general term for a range of skin irritations that cause the skin to become itchy and/or inflamed. The most common of these is atopic dermatitis, also known as atopic eczema. It involves dry, red, itchy skin that sometimes develops blisters and scaly patches. Most people develop eczema in their childhood and continue to experience…

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Vitiligo Symptoms, Causes, And Treatments

Woman with vitiligo

Vitiligo is a disease that results in a loss of skin color. People suffering from vitiligo have blotches of white on their skin in various, unpredictable patterns. It can affect any part of your body and can also affect the inside of your mouth, hair, and even the color of your retinas. Although the condition…

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Solar Urticaria Prevention And Treatment

Woman with solar urticaria in sun wearing hat

Solar urticaria (SU) is a rare skin condition characterized by hives, redness, and swelling of the skin. It is considered to be a form of light sensitivity and can result in pain and discomfort. It is caused by exposure to ultraviolet light and sometimes visible light. If you are susceptible you may even develop SU through light clothing. Researchers…

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Erythema Treatment And Prevention

Woman and man hiking using sun protection pill

Erythema is a skin condition that results in skin redness or rash. UV-Induced Erythema is sunburn: when an individual develops a burn from ultraviolet radiation resulting in irritation of the skin, redness, and inflammation. Some other common types of erythema include erythema nodusum, photosensitivity, and erythema multiforme…

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