The American Academy of Dermatology has published a new study which shows that many of the common blemishes and conditions we all encounter in our daily lives are also common for people who suffer from these blemish-related disorders.
In fact, one in five people who suffered from any form of skin-related skin cancer in the past 12 months reported a history of blemishing.
The study, which was published in the Journal of Cosmetic Dermatologic Surgery, found that the majority of the people with blemished skin, who are in their 20s to 30s, also had other skin conditions including: rashes, acne, eczema, psoriasis, and psorific acne.
The report also shows that over one in 10 people have psorotic eczematous hyperplasia (PEH) or the excessive growth of facial skin, which is a condition where facial skin is so thick and it feels as if it is growing from nowhere.
While this condition has been linked to increased risk of melanoma, it can be treated with topical treatments.
But what about people who do not suffer from any skin-type conditions?
In the report, the majority reported having other skin issues, including eczymatosis, psoriatic dermatitis, and other dermatological conditions.
These are all conditions that may cause your skin to look uneven or appear redder than usual, the authors wrote.
And because these conditions can affect the structure and function of your skin, they may worsen your symptoms of acne and psoriasis.
The authors also found that more than one in ten people suffer from a skin condition called psorositis, which can cause redness, peeling, and itchiness.
And about two in ten reported a skin disorder known as eczemia, which causes red, inflamed, and discolored skin.
Some of the conditions that cause blemosis, including psorosis, eczyma, ecotoxia, and alopecia are more common among people with darker skin tones, according to the study.
While the researchers don’t have enough data to make a conclusion on whether or not people who have darker skin colors are more likely to suffer from blemous skin, the study suggests that this might be a factor.
In addition to blemusive skin, some people may also be prone to acne-related blemitis, because it can occur as a result of sun exposure, overexposure to UV light, or certain medications, the report states.
So if you’re looking for ways to maintain the appearance of your blemused skin, check out the information below on how to keep it looking and feel its best.
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