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5 Ways to Identify Xerosis

1. All Too Common Chances are you've had xerosis before. Xerosis is simply dry skin, a common condition that can be very mild but uncomfortable nonetheless. Xerosis appears as rough, dull skin, often with fine lines or wrinkles. Sometimes there can...

How to Avoid Razor Burn

Overview Razor burn occurs when hair follicles under the skin become inflamed and irritated. Shortly after shaving an area on the skin, redness and visible bumps may begin to appear. Razor burn can occur on men and women on any area of the body whe...

How to Use Fluocinonide

Overview Fluocinonide is a corticosteroid medication used to treat skin conditions. The prescription medication comes as a cream. Fluocinonide treats skin aliments such as atopic dermatitis and psoriasis. The medication reduces swelling, itching an...

What Does SPF Mean?

Overview According to the International UV Testing Laboratories, SPF stands for sun protection factor and is used in sun protecting products. SPF values indicate the amount of UV radiation needed to produce redness of the skin. It shows the am...

Home Remedies for Red, Dry Facial Skin

Dry skin is one of the most common complaints dermatologists hear about, especially during the winter months. In fact, the "National Health Interview" in 2007 reported that 81 million Americans suffered from dry, itchy, red skin. Different remedies a...

Natural Facial Red & Dry Skin Remedies

Skin can dry out for a number of reasons, from genetics to too much time in the sun without sunblock. Exposure to wind, not drinking enough water and using certain soaps also can dry skin. Red skin may be a symptom of rosacea and, in that case, the l...

10 Most Common Skin Diseases

The skin is the largest organ of the body covering the entire outside of the body and serving many vital functions. In addition to providing protection, skin regulates temperature, stores water, fat and vitamin D, and senses stimulation. All three la...

How to Alleviate Red Skin From Rosacea

Overview Rosacea is a common skin condition that is characterized by inflammation of the cheeks, nose, chin, forehead or eyelids explains MedlinePlus. Some individuals may also notice inflamed blood vessels and open ulcers on the skin that resemble...

Rosacea: Skin Blemishes & Redness on the Cheeks

Overview Rosacea is a chronic inflammation of the skin that appears in adults. Persistent redness of the cheeks and facial breakouts are the first two stages of rosacea. In later stages of the disease, the skin of the face can become permanently th...

How to Soothe Red Skin

Overview Red, irritated skin is a common skin problem that can be caused by a variety of factors, including allergic reaction, exposure to airborne pollutants, air conditioning and heating, or simply changes in weather and humidity levels. There ar...