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What are the most common skin diseases during winter?

As the skin is the organ in charge of protecting our body from outside elements, is very sensitive to get diseases and conditions. During winter, appear many illness and skin issues that are not around in other times of the year. Cold weather affects your body from inside out. The most common skin issues caused by low degrees are:

Rash:

Irritation is very common in winter, which causes rashes to appear.

Dryness:

lack of moisturization during low temperatures and humidity causes the skin to dry. Dry skin can lead to itchiness, painful cracks, dermatitis, scaly, itchy, and red patches on the skin and bacterial infection.

Dermatitis:

it is the inflammation of the skin which includes red, inflamed and scaly skin. It is actually a very common caused by Dryness or allergies effects.

Acne:

It is one of the most common skin issues in winter, it occurs when oil and dirt get inside of pores which get blocked for many reasons and that produces pimples in the skin.

Rosaceous:

It is a skin disorder caused by irritation, acne scars, allergies or low degrees; it may look like acne producing red rash on the face.

Warts:

A virus gets into the skin that makes it growth excessively which creates a wart. This skin condition must be treated by a doctor to be removed.

Although these are the most common skin diseases during winter, there are many other skin disorders that can reach your skin. For that reason, you should take care of the skin every time of the year and see an esthetician to get a regular facial treatment and maybe laser treatments for skin rejuvenation or microdermabrasion that exfoliates the skin. Getting professional treatments will help you to avoid future skin problems.

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