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Still suffering from acne decades after your teen years? Do you blush or get flushed often? You might be suffering with Rosacea.

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Acne is the most common skin condition in the United States, affecting approximately 50 million people. Many are teens and young adults dealing with an influx of oils and hormones during adolescence, but the reality is that acne can affect anyone at any age. Even people who have had clear skin for several years can suddenly experience breakouts.

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Psoriasis is a condition that can be very tough on the self-esteem and confidence of those who suffer from it. A long-term skin condition, psoriasis causes skin cells to grow too quickly and creates thick red patches of skin on the elbows, scalp, hands and feet. Having these patches can be embarrassing, so people who suffer from psoriasis tend to avoid situations where their patches are visible. However, there’s no need to be embarrassed as the condition is treatable! Check out this list of celebrities who overcame problems with psoriasis and enjoyed happy, successful careers.

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Melanoma,  the most dangerous form of skin cancer according to the American Cancer Society, is formed from the melanocytes in the skin. Melanocytes produce the pigments (melanin) that make up the color of skin. When melanocytes are exposed to excessive amounts of sunlight without protection, changes occur that can sometimes lead to skin cancer. Melanoma skin cancer can develop anywhere on the body, but is frequently found on the legs of women and the chests and backs of men. Melanomas can form in the beds of fingernails and even on the eyes. Doctors recommend giving yourself a head-to-toe body inspection at least once a month to check for new or evolving skin lesions.

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After a long summer, it’s time to jump back into a great skin routine. Check out these helpful hints to keep your skin youthful and cancer-free.

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