Angiomas are red vascular lesions that are commonly found on the body. Learn more about different kind of angiomas
Alopecia affects both men and women. Learn more about what causes and how it is treated - Dermveda
Angular cheilitis is an inflammatory condition that affects the corners of the mouth - Dermveda
Acne is an inflammatory condition with lesions on the face, chest, and back
Athlete's foot is commonly the result of fungal overgrowth on the foot. Learn more about what causes athlete's foot and how it is treated - Dermveda
Actinic keratoses are scaly precancerous spots that develop in areas of large sun exposure.
Acanthosis nigricans is a skin finding that has a velvety roughness in the skin folds and can be associated with an internal disease.
Angioedema leads to swelling of the skin and can be life threatening if it involves the throat
Basal cell carcinoma skin cancer is the most common skin cancer. Learn more about what causes skin cancer and how it is treated.
Bug bites are a common cause of itchy bumps on the skin
Bullous diabeticorum is a blistering disease seen on the legs in those with diabetes
Bullous pemphigoid is a widespread blistering disease
Burn wounds are typically painful and can lead to severe scarring
A blue nevus is a type of skin mole that is benign. Learn more about a blue nevus - Dermveda
Chondrodermatitis nodularis helices is an inflammatory skin condition of the ears
Cold sores that are painful lesions around the mouth and lips due to an outbreak of herpes
Calluses develop in areas of pressure and learn more about how they develop and can be treated
A chalazion is a bump on the eyelids that can sometimes become red and painful
Chickenpox is a viral illness characterized by a blistering rash and intense itching
Corns are painful and hardened bumps that can form on the hands, feet, and toes
Cafe Au Lait Macules are commonly found brown lesions
Cellulite forms when pockets of fat jut toward the skin surface
Common smooth red blood-filled bumps on the skin
Contact dermatitis is the development of a skin rash due to either irritation or an allergy
Dandruff is a chronic flaking of the scalp that can cause embarrassment
Diaper rash can develop under a diaper and lead to constant irritation and inflammation
Drugs can lead to skin rashes and reactions and learn about the common and rare causes for drug reactions
A firm scar-like bump on the skin that typically occurs on the legs
Dry skin is a common with flaking skin. Learn more about dry skin from a integrative perspective.
Dermatitis herpetiformis is a autoimmune disease that results in a blistering and intensely itchy rash
Digital mucous cysts typically affect the finger and can alter how the fingernail grows
Epidermolysis bullosa acquisita is a rare autoimmune condition that lead to blisters on the skin
Erythroderma is inflammation and scaling over the entire body that can occur as a result of many different causes
Eczema is a chronic inflammatory skin condition that typically affects children and can persist into the adult years
Erythema nodosum are large, red, and painful lesions that can be caused by medications, infections, or internal causes
Erysipelas is a bacterial infection in the skin that causes swelling, redness, and pain
Folliculitis is an inflammation of the hair follicles that can present are red bumps with itching and pain
Grover’s disease is a chronic rash on the chest and back
Granuloma annulare is a chronic rash consisting of red, smooth bumps
Hailey-Hailey disease is a rare genetic skin condition that begins as a painful rash with cracks in the skin folds. Hailey-Hailey disease - Dermveda
What is a Hematoma? It is an abnormal collection of blood outside of a blood vessel.
Hidradenitis suppurativa is an inflammatory condition with deep cysts and scarring in the armpits, groin, and skin folds.
Hand dermatitis, also known as hand eczema, leads to constant peeling and itching of the hands.
Hyperhidrosis is excessive sweating that typically affects the hands, feet, and armpits.
Hyperkeratosis is a thickening of the skin that can be caused by many different conditions.
Hypertrophic scars are abnormally thickened scars that can also become uncomfortable.
Intertrigo is a rash that develops in the skin folds due to repeated movements and function.
Skin infections can be caused by bacteria, fungi, or parasites.
Seborrheic keratoses can become irritated and inflamed leading to pain and redness.
Keratosis pilaris is a common skin condition with rough bumps.
Keloids are thickened scars that produce too much collagen in an uncontrolled way.
Lichen simplex chronicus is an itchy condition where the skin thickens in response to constant scratching and rubbing
Lipomas are benign fatty tumors. They can occur anywhere on the body and can be uncomfortable and painful
Lipodermatosclerosis is a chronic inflammatory condition that is due to poor blood flow in the veins.
Dermveda experts explain the appearance and treatment of a blister after treatment with liquid nitrogen
Melasma is a chronic skin condition with dark patches that can occur on the cheeks, neck, and arms.
Miliaria is a heat rash that develops when the skin is in a humid environment
Milia are smooth white tiny cysts that can appear on the skin
A nevus is a benign black, brown, or flesh colored and soft lesion.
Notalgia paresthetica can lead to itching and discomfort on the back.
Nummular eczema (dermatitis) results in coin-shaped lesions of eczema that itch and become scaly. Read about nummular eczema and its treatment
Postinflammatory hyperpigmentation and hypopigmentation occur after inflammation or injury to the skin especially in darker skin
Postherpetic neuralgia develops after an outbreak of zoster (shingles) and can lead to severe pain
Psoriasis is a chronic, scaling, and inflammatory condition of the skin, nails, and joints. Find out more about the Western, Ayurveda, Traditional Chinese, and Naturopathy approaches.
Perioral dermatitis is a breakout of pimples around the mouth, nose, and eyes. Learn how perioral dermatitis relates to acne and rosacea
Prurigo nodules are thickened itchy bumps on the skin that develop in response to chronic itching and rubbing
Paronychia is inflammation near the finger and toenails that can cause pain and swelling.
Pemphigus is a serious autoimmune disease that needs to be diagnosed correctly and treated aggressively.
Pilonidal cyst is a pit or abscess near the tailbone that often contains hair and skin debris.
Pityriasis lichenoides chronica and pityriasis lichenoides et varioliformis are inflammatory skin conditions
Pityriasis rosea is a rash that develops numerous red scaly round lesions on the chest, back, and abdomen
Polymorphous light eruption is a rash that appears after sun exposure
Pustular psoriasis presents with hundreds of small pus filled bumps on the body accompanied with fever and pain
Pyoderma gangrenosum is an inflammatory skin condition that leads to the development of chronic ulcerations
Pyogenic granuloma is a vascular overgrowth that typically appears after an injury
Porokeratosis refers to a group of conditions that are skin lesions that have a distinct scaling border
Pseudofolliculitis barbae is a condition with red bumps in areas of shaving. It is common on the cheeks and necks of men with coarse hair
Purpura are superficial bruises in the skin that commonly develop in response to injury and tend to occur more easily in thinned skin
Rosacea is an inflammatory condition of the face and has four different forms that can affect both the skin and the eyes.
Raynaud’s syndrome is where the vessels in the hands and toes spasm leading to cold and painful fingers and toes
Scars naturally form after an injury. Learn more about how scars are made
Spitting sutures occur when a surgical wound is healing after surgery and a suture that was used to close does not dissolve properly.
Sweet’s syndrome is an inflammatory condition that involves the entire body including the skin. Learn more about Sweet’s Syndrome.
Scabies is a parasitic infection that leads to intensely itchy lesions. Learn about how to identify and treat scabies
A slate grey macule is an area of grey-blue skin, most often on the low back or buttocks of newborns
Stasis blisters occur when there is stagnation of blood flow and skin fills with fluid and causes a blister.
Stasis dermatitis is a rash that develops when there is venous stasis and blood stagnation in the veins. It is typically on the legs.
Sun spots develop after cumulative years of sun exposure.
Seborrheic dermatitis is a chronic rash with redness and scaling that occurs on the face, armpits, and face
A seborrheic keratosis is a rough dark lesion that very commonly appears with aging. They are benign growths
A skin tag is a fleshy growth of skin that tends to occur in the skin folds and areas of friction such as the neck, armpits, breasts, and groin
Angiomas are red smooth lesions that appear on the body with time. Learn more about different types of angiomas and their treatments.
Stretch marks are scarred areas that form in the skin when it is overstretched. This leads to the formation of reddish and whitish scars.
Syringomas are flesh colored bumps that appear around the eyes. Learn about the treatments that are possible.
Tinea versicolor is a slightly scaly and discolored rash on the neck, upper chest, and upper back due to overgrowth of naturally occurring yeast.
Telangiectasias are tiny blood vessels that are visible on the skin. Many times telangiectasia are visible due to chronic sun exposure.
Tinea infections are fungal infections that can involve many parts of the body like the hair, nails, and the skin.
Injuries can lead to various skin related effects like bruises and cuts. Find out more about how to treat skin injuries.
Hives are a skin rash that has redness, itching, and swelling. See how urticaria can be treated.
Vasculitis is an inflammation of the blood vessels. Find out what causes vasculitis and how to treat vasculitis.
Venous lakes are dilated veins that appear on the skin as purple lesions. Learn more about venous lakes.
Varicose veins are dilated veins that typically appear on the legs and can be cosmetically bothersome. Learn about what causes varicose veins.
Venous stasis is blood stagnation in the veins and can lead to a rash known as stasis dermatitis. Learn about why venous stasis occurs.
Viral exanthems are rashes that form after a viral illness. They typically resolve without any other complications.
Vitiligo is an autoimmune condition with a loss of pigment that can be socially embarrassing and debilitating.
Wounds are breaks in the skin that can heal in healthy people. Learn about what can impair wound healing and how to improve it.
Xanthomas are yellow-pink skin lesions that are filled with lipids. Learn about their causes and treatments
Xanthelasma are yellow lipid (oil) filled lesions that occur around the eyes and eyelids.