Blemishes

Blemishes seem to go hand-in-hand with acne problems. Actually, skin blemishes technically include acne and everything in between - from birthmarks and dark circles to moles and scars. Blemishes are as unique as their owners. They appear in different sizes, shapes and colors - including shades of pink, red, dark red, purple, blue or brown - on the skin's surface.

Typically labeled as unsightly because of the embarrassment attached to them, blemishes can cause skin tone and skin texture to change on any part of the body. Temporary blemishes - such as rashes, warts and calluses - can generally be treated by over-the-counter creams with medicinal properties; however permanent blemishes - such as birthmarks, skin tags and scars - must be removed through surgery.

Almost all blemishes are harmless, painless and benign, some even arguably add character.

The following are some of the most common skin blemishes:

Birthmarks
Blisters
Calluses
Cellulite
Corns
Dark Circles
Diaper Rash
Freckles
Irritated Skin
Moles
Razor Burn
Scars
Skin Discoloration
Skin Rash
Skin Tags
Stretch Marks
Warts


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