Did you know that a 60 year old has an 84% chance of having their skin infected by the mite, and it may reach 100% by the age of 70? Demodex mites are amongst the most frequently found ectoparasites on the skin. (1) While humans are not born with these mites on their skin surface, these may be acquired by direct human-to-human contact over time. (2) Skin mites are associated with several skin conditions, including Rosacea, Folliculorum, and dermatitis.
Viral Exanthems: The five most common childhood viral skin rashes
Many of the most common viral infections seen in childhood are accompanied by skin rashes known as exanthems. This article takes a look at the five most common childhood viral exanthems and their associated signs and symptoms.
Skin Care Advice For Your Newborn Baby
Babies, newborns and toddlers get lots of skin problems like acne, eczema and other rashes. Fortunately, most of...
Tips For Your Baby’s Skin – During Summer
For those who have babies at home, summer also means taking further protection measures for the youngest ones of our family. We all love the softness and sweet smell of baby’ skin, but their skin barrier is thinner than adults, making it way more susceptible and vulnerable to sun exposure during the hot summer months.
8 Natural Repellents to Prevent Mosquito Bites – During Summer
Natural mosquito repellents can be an effective alternative to prevent mosquito bites as well as being environmentally friendly. In this post we will share 8 recommendations you can try to avoid this insects during summer.
Spots and Rashes Caused by Viruses – Exanthem
Sudden appearances of spots, blisters or continuous rashes are often due to viruses. Often – but not always – the child also has other symptoms, such as fever.
Urticaria, or hives, are itchy bumps on the skin that may occur within minutes of a triggering event.
Viruses That Cause A Rash
Rashes that appear on our skin are medically known as an Exanthem. Coronavirus isn’t one of them, but here’s some of the most common!
NetDoctor – Dermatology Artificial Intelligence (AI) test
NetDoctor – Dermatology Artificial Intelligence (AI) test. Everyone use medical information sites to self diagnose, like WebMD and Healthline
Interview with a pediatrician dermatologist on children’s skin rashes
Online dermatology interview with a dermatologist pediatrician on the most common children’s skin rashes that can in many cases be treated at home