Blistering Disease
[ultimate_heading source=”post_title” alignment=”left” main_heading_margin=”margin-bottom:10px;”]Also known as pityriasis Versicolor, Tinea Versicolor is a fungal infection caused by yeast that can make skin appear discolored or patchy. The infection results most commonly appear on an individual’s torso or shoulders. While it can be treated over the counter and is not contagious, persistent symptoms warrant a trip to a medical professional.[/ultimate_heading]

Even individuals with healthy skin can be at risk for Tinea Versicolor. The infection is caused by being in a humid climate, excessive sweating, having naturally oily skin, or having a weakened immune system.

  • Patches of skin discoloration, usually on the back, chest, neck, and upper arms, which may appear lighter or darker than usual
  • Mild itching
  • Scaling

Source: 1. Mayo Clinic

Painful or bleeding warts. Warts on the face and those interfering with daily life that does not respond to self-care measures. Diabetics with warts of the feet should be treated by a physician.