Skin diseases

Skin is the largest organ of the human body. It is our strongest and, at the same time, the most sensitive natural protection. Skin diseases vary greatly due to a big number of their causes (internal and external). Almost always, when the disease starts, a person can detect skin disorders, since pathologies can clearly be seen on the skin surface. Skin problems cause discomfort, irritation, redness and a lot of other symptoms. The diseases differ in their severity, and while some can be pretty minor, others are life-threatening.


A lot of skin diseases are caused by infections. When pathogenic microorganisms get into the body, they start to multiply. Their activity causes inflammation, that is normally accompanied with redness and pain. As a rule, the infection begins with red bumps. Over time, they increase in size and cause more discomfort for the infected. Some of the infectious skin diseases are folliculitis, panaritium, impetigo, and dermatomycosis.

Fungal diseases

Another group of skin diseases includes disorders that have fungal nature. The diseases are characterized by a long-term run. They are more likely to turn into a chronic form than other skin problems.The fungi cause severe redness, flaking, and itching. To prevent fungal infection spreading an appropriate treatment should be taken.


A large number of skin problems can be caused by an allergy. The most common allergy-related diseases are eczema and dermatitis. The symptoms can be different, but almost always the disease is accompanied with red itching spots on the skin. A new allergy may develop in the body when immune system disturbances occur. In this case, the body may start reacting to some substance as to an allergy agent.


The development of viral skin disorders is similar to the one of the skin infections. The difference is that the viral infections are causes by viruses. There are numerous symptoms of skin viruses, that lead to various consequences and symptoms. There are more than 100 skin virus. Some of them can do no harm to the human body, whereas others can transform into serious complications, for example, cancer.