Red spots on the top or bottom of your feet can be indicative of local problems, such as athlete foot or bug bites, or a medical condition that involves other parts of the body, such as diabetes. Some cases are accompanied with no pain at all, but others may cause significant pain. Examination of the accompanying symptoms will help you, or your dermatologist, to determine the exact cause of red spots on feet.
What are small white bumps on my feet? What about bumps that appear on the bottom of feet? These are usually indicative of harmless conditions such as molluscum contagiosum, but they may be a symptom of serious problems such as basal cell carcinoma. This article explores common causes of white bumps on feet.
White spots on feet are an aesthetic as well as health concern to most people. They may be localized to one area of the skin or extend to other areas such as ankles, top of feet, soles of feet, heels, and legs. Some cases, the spots will clear on their own, but others require treatment to go away. Read on to find out more.
Mention the term “hell’s itch,” and most people who have had it will immediately cringe. It is one possible consequence of spending too much time in the sun without appropriate sunscreen protection, leading to sunburn.
Light Therapy for Acne Treatment: How it Works, Side Effects, How to Use, and Before and After Pictures
Acne is probably the most annoying thing about teenage and, for some, during certain times of their life such as periods and menopause. Don’t let acne get you down, though, as there are several proven treatments and home remedies that can help to get rid of it. One such as option is blue and red light therapy. Here is a breakdown of everything – hopefully – you need to know about using blue and red light therapy for acne.
Does your top of feet itch? There are many possible causes of itching. Although any part of the skin can be affected, the skin on the feet tends to be particularly vulnerable, thanks to the moist environment that typically prevails there. Depending on the cause, the itching may be particularly severe at night. This article discusses common causes, along with ways to stop itchy top of feet.
Do you keep getting small, itchy bumps on hands and/or feet that come and go? Don’t panic. This is a problem that afflicts a significant number of people. The bumps and hives can get so itchy, or even painful, that you have trouble using your hands and walking, not to mention catching sleep.
Chickenpox, or varicella, is a highly contagious illness that is characterized by itchy, spotty rash. It is caused by varicella zoster virus and, although more common among children; it can as well occur in adults. Chickenpox begins as a red rash with characteristic raised spots. This then turns into itchy blisters which then scab and crust over. Some few cases of serious chickenpox infection leave behind deep scars, especially in adults. These can be pretty pesky, especially if they occur on the face. Here we explore some chicken pox scar removal treatments and home remedies.
We use the hands for a lot of everyday tasks. Itching on the fingertips can thus prove very limiting. It is not uncommon for other symptoms such as swelling, rash, and burning to accompany fingertips itching. Now, what causes itchy fingertips? Here is a breakdown of possible causes along with tips on how to treat and keep your fingers feeling their best.
Having an itchy roof of mouth (palate) can make you pretty uncomfortable. Some people experience the itching during pregnancy while others experience the symptom after eating certain fruits of foods. Still, for others, the itching is worse at night. This article explores common causes of itchy roof of mouth along with treatments and home remedies that can offer relief when your roof of mouth itches.