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Acne is a skin condition characterized by the occurrence of red pimples on the face, prevalent mostly among teenagers.
A Blackhead is a small plug of sebum blocking the duct of a sebaceous gland especially on the face. Blackheads have a wide opening to the skin and are capped with a blackened mass of skin debris.
Cellulite is the term given to the appearance of dimpled, lumpy skin on the abdomen, buttocks, and thighs, and usually occurs after puberty.
Dry skin is a common skin condition that occurs in people of all ages. It doesn't often represent a serious problem, but it can be difficult to treat.
Eczema is a bothersome medical condition where patches of skin become rough and inflamed leading to the formation of blisters that cause itching and bleeding.
Flaky skin occurs when the outer layer of skin becomes dry and flaky and peels away from the body in large pieces with the appearance of scales.
Stretch marks appear as streaks or stripes on the skin, most prominently around the abdomen and thighs. It is caused by distension of the skin from rapid growth, obesity or during pregnancy.
A Whitehead is a small pimple having a white or yellowish colored head on the skin’ surface.