In addition to the skin problems or skin conditions explained on other pages of this website such as dermatographism, urticaria, aging skin, dry skin, oily skin, etc., there are many others that can affect an individual. Many of these problems are classified as bacterial skin infections.
Bacteria exists on the skin and in most cases does not lead to a significant skin problem. However, if the skin has been damaged in some way as a result of a cut, scrap, insect bite, or is experiencing eczema or other skin conditions, then bacterial skin infections such as impetigo can occur.
Each link below discusses a variety of skin conditions caused by bacteria. These skin diseases can be treated effectively in many cases, but they need to be treated and not ignored. Otherwise, these bacteria induced skin care problems will lead to complications and a threat to healthy skin care and overal good health.
LINKS TO SKIN CARE PRODUCTS
Solving your particular skin care problem often involves a number of treatment options. Consultation with a physician or dermatologist is important, but so is being open to trying different approaches. Perhaps this could be trying a variety of over-the-counter products to see if one can provide a solution to your problem. One product may work for one individual, but not necessarily for someone else. Another potentially effective approach is to learn from other people's experiences on how they dealt with and treated their skin conditions. This type of information and experience can provide very valuable information and help ease the uncertainty involved in choosing a particular skin care product.
Whichever, course of action is taken it is important to have options for the treatment of your problems of the skin. Listed below are links to products for a variety of skin care problems. Please feel free to visit the links that refer to your specific problem. Perhaps you may be able to find a product/treatment to help you with your skin care problem.
Dermatographism Skin Problem
Dry Skin Condition
Lip Skin Care