Calluses are hard, thickened areas of skin that result from excessive rubbing or pressure. Although they can be uncomfortable, calluses are rarely serious, and a person can usually treat them at home. Here, we discuss seven home remedies for getting rid of calluses.
Vitamin E is an essential nutrient that plays a role in supporting the immune system, skin health, and blood vessel function. Learn about which foods contain the most vitamin E here.
HIV can cause a rash to develop on the penis. This is an early symptom of HIV that may spread to other areas of the body. The rash may appear red or crusty. There are other potential causes. Learn more here.
Chapped lips are a common and uncomfortable problem. In this article, we look at ways to get rid of chapped lips, including home remedies and tips for prevention. We also describe the causes of chapped lips.
Spider veins are smaller and thinner than varicose veins and usually appear on the face or legs. They are generally painless and do not cause any health problems. However, some people may wish to treat them for cosmetic reasons. Learn more about the causes, treatment, and prevention of spider veins here.
Herbs have a long history in the treatment of skin conditions. Recent review studies suggest that certain herbs can help with the symptoms of psoriasis. In this article, we look at the effectiveness and side effects of herbs and other plant treatments for psoriasis.
A contusion is the medical term for a bruise. They may affect the bones, muscles, skin, eyes, mouth, and many of the internal organs. Learn more about types of contusion here.
Noxzema is an anti-acne cream designed to clear pimples. In this article, we look at whether Noxzema products can also help with eczema, and we discuss the research, risks, and alternatives.
Hepatitis C can cause many symptoms including skin issues such as jaundice, itching, and blood spots. Other symptoms may also be present. Learn how to identify a hepatitis C rash here.
Papular eczema, which causes patches of small bumps on the skin, is a less common form of eczema. In this article, we look at the symptoms, causes, risk factors, and treatments for papular eczema.