WHAT CAUSES SKIN LESIONS?1
Benign skin conditions are a common concern that can affect people of all ages and skin types. These conditions include acne, scars, birthmarks, skin tags, and age spots. The causes of these benign skin conditions are diverse and can be attributed to factors such as genetics, hormonal changes, sun exposure, ageing, infections, trauma, and autoimmune disorders.
Treatment options for benign skin conditions can involve the use of topical medications, laser therapy, chemical peels, cryotherapy, or surgical removal. It is important to consult with a dermatologist to determine the most suitable treatment approach. Taking steps to reduce sun exposure can help prevent the development of these benign skin conditions.
5 SIGNS OF SKIN LESIONS1
Any unusual change in the colour of your skin, such as patches of redness or pigmentation, can indicate a skin irregularity.
Rough, scaly, or bumpy patches of skin can be a sign of skin lesions, such as eczema or psoriasis.
Moles that are asymmetrical, have an irregular border or have more than one colour may indicate skin lesions like melanoma.
Any unexplained growths, such as skin tags or cysts can be a sign of a skin lesion
Unusual sensations such as itching, burning, pain or tenderness can also indicate a skin lesion.
WHAT CAN WE DO ABOUT IT?
Early detection of skin lesions can improve the chances of successful treatment and prevent further possible complications. If you notice any of these signs, it's important to seek advice from a qualified dermatologist to determine the best treatment option. With proper treatment and ongoing care, many skin lesions can be successfully treated or managed, leading to improved skin health and overall well-being.
Non-invasive treatments with minimal downtime, may be available. These treatments aim to provide effective results while allowing individuals to resume their regular activities within a few days. It is important to consult with a dermatologist to explore suitable treatment options based on your specific needs, as they can provide personalized recommendations for your skin health journey.2
Treatment for diverse skin types on any part of the body.3
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