5 Most Common Skin Disorders

Skin disease is often very familiar and most of we are suffering from different these disease. The most common five skin diseases are:




Rosacea is such a skin disease that causes frequent redness in your face; then you will find some slight red lines below your skin; reddened eyes, thicker skin, and a puffy nose.

This skin disease has no cure; on the contrary, you can control it. If you develop rosacea, your facial skin becomes full of red patches.


It is a chronic and incurable disease that develops only in the adult skin. Rosacea sometimes flickers and sometimes decreases. This disease is easily manageable, and it affects the nose or face. Its symptoms are small red pimples as well as fine red lines your facial skin.​

If you consume alcohol, spicy foods, hot foods, and if you are in emotional stress or your weather is hot, you may develop this skin disease. This disease creates the troublesome and uncomfortable condition.



Pimples are inflammation and skin condition, which affects anybody. When your oil glands infested with bacteria, pimples start to develop in your skin. Then your infected skin filled with pus. Your face, back, neck and shoulders may affect and developed pimples.


Due to pimples, your facial expression becomes dimmed. It is not a serious problem rather it is very usual skin complications that can be cured both naturally and through medications. Natural cure is the best way to solve any skin problem.



Eczema is chronic skin disorder that characteristically starts at childhood. This skin disease may transmit by inheritance, and it will arise anywhere in your body. The worst thing is that it aggravates itching.

Eczema can affect anybody of any ages. If anybody of your family is suffering from chronic disease asthma as well as hay fever, your possibility of affected by eczema is much more than anyone. Eczema can be transmitted by heretically; since this skin disease occurs due to lack of skin protein.​

When the rashes appear, they appear on feet, hands, knees, wrists, and on the face and the place where eczema develops seem very much dry, scaly or thickened.​


If your skin is fair, your skin becomes reddish at the early stages, and gradually it becomes brown and in the case of the people having dark skin, their skin becomes darker or lighter.​

Due to the condition of weather, you may feel hot or cold, and the condition of weather, especially if the weather is too hot or too cold, you may be affected by eczema.​

If animal dander comes close contact with you, you may also have affected by eczema. If you have any respiratory infection, you might be the victim of eczema.​

You should avoid cold as well as dry air, especially in winter, wool cloths, dry skin, stresses, having many baths, often swimming, perfumes, skin lotions and soaps.

Also Read: How to say goodbye to eczema



Itching is a very annoying skin disease. This skin problem is more or less familiar to everybody. Sometimes it gets worse, especially during the night. It is known in medical science as pruritus. There are several reasons might associate with itching. One most common reason is psychological.

It may occur for extra stress and anxiety in our daily life. Emotional problems can also be a reason. Dry skin can be considered as most common reasons of itching.​


Sunburn is also another reason that promotes itching. Allergic reactions are also very common reasons for itching or due to insect stings; mosquito bites and flea bites are directly liable to itching.

Also Read: How to get rid of itching?



Acne is one kind of skin disorder, which causes pimples; especially, when the passage connects the skin’s holes with oil glands and becomes clogged. It appears various parts of your body; such as face, shoulders, back, neck and chest with various shapes.

It is very important to clear your skin; especially you need to clean your face thoroughly while waking up in the morning and going to sleep at night.​


You need to drink sufficient drinking natural water. Drink at least eight glasses of water average a day; because, water decontaminates your body considerably; above and beyond, water cleans your skin. You should not touch your face with dirty hands.

Florence Lilley

I’m Florence Lilley and I’m 33 years old women from Ohio. I have completed my graduation in human nutrition from Ohio State University. I’m here with TheHealthWire.com since 2016. From the beginning, I’m on a mission to give you simplified and actionable health and nutrition advice to the people.

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