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Dry skin, also called xerosis, is one of the most common skin conditions in the U.S., affecting millions of Americans. If you suffer from a chronic dry skin condition, it is likely caused by one of the following:

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Acne is an embarrassing and often painful affliction which is characterized by inflamed or infected sebaceous glands in the skin. It is typically found in the form of red pimples on the face, chest and back.

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Warts are an unsightly skin phenomenon that are a great nuisance to those who suffer from them. They are typically characterized by a raised, hardened area of skin with a calloused surface, but can appear in many forms.

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The skin condition Molluscum Contagiosum is a common skin infection caused by a contagious virus. Symptoms of Molluscum include the appearance of raised bumps, or blisters, on the skin that will leak a milky fluid when squeezed. Molluscum is not harmful but is highly contagious.

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Eczema is a skin disease that first appears as an itchy, red rash. Eczema can appear anywhere on your body and makes it uncomfortable to perform normal daily activities. Worst of all, the more you scratch the rash, the worse it gets. Many people with eczema get rashes on their elbows or behind their knees, but it is also not uncommon to find it on the neck, wrists and ankles. Eczema is very common among infants and children; most people who suffer from eczema will first experience it before they turn five years old. Eczema tends to come and go without warning, making it an irritating and unpredictable disease.

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