Skin Concerns 101

Learn more about your skin type and various skin indications

A destination for education on common skin concerns to help you manage it everyday.

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  • Sun Protection

    Learn all about sunscreens and sun protection from CeraVe

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  • Itchy Skin

    Several factors can contribute to having itchy skin all over the body. Learn about the possible causes as well as tips to help relieve it.

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  • Eczema

    This common skin condition usually appears as a red, itchy rash with blisters. Most frequently seen on the arms and behind the knees, eczema can occur on the face as well, especially in children and babies. Learn more about the types of this skin condition, triggers and tips for relief.

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  • Psoriasis

    Psoriasis is a common skin condition effecting 125 million people worldwide. The primary sign of psoriasis is red, raised patches of skin covered in silvery scales. Learn more about the types, causes and triggers of this skin condition.

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  • Diabetic Skin

    Learn about the skin-related side effects of diabetes as well as the best ways to prevent and manage symptoms such as itching, dryness, scaly skin and more.

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  • Rough & Bumpy Skin

    Skin that feels rough and bumpy can be linked to several conditions and caused by a variety of factors. Learn about keratosis pilaris and other skin conditions that can cause rough skin, plus tips on how to get rid of dry, rough skin.

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  • Sensitive Skin

    All skin types—including dry, oily and acne-prone—can experience sensitive skin symptoms such as redness, burning, and stinging. Learn more about sensitive skin symptoms, triggers, causes and tips on how to care for it.

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  • Acne

    Acne affects more than 50 million Americans, making it the most common skin condition in the United States. Learn about the different types, treatment options, and causes of this skin condition.

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