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Acne is a very common and treatable skin condition in which blemishes appear due to clogged pores, usually on the face, back, arms, and chest.

Alopecia areata is most commonly associated with sudden hair loss that occurs in small, round patches on the scalp, but it can develop in other areas.

Most cysts are benign, painless collections of dead skin cells beneath the surface of the skin that continue to grow and create a visible protrusion.

Hyperpigmentation and melasma are skin issues, most common in women, that cause patches of darkened skin to develop on the face, neck, and forearms.

A mole is a group of pigment cells under the skin that can be smooth, slightly raised, or well above the surface that can rarely become cancerous.

Mole, skin tag, and angioma removal can be performed for cosmetic or medical reasons in order to get rid of the unwanted lesion safely.

The exact cause of rosacea, or redness and bumps on the cheeks and nose, is unknown, but it can be managed with medications and/or laser treatment.

Teenage years can be tricky when it comes to navigating skin concerns, addressing them early can prevent scarring and boost teen self-esteem.

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