Dermatological conditions are commonly treated with zinc supplementation due to its versatile properties in numerous anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory reactions. Will it help you if you are suffering from a more severe condition like HS though?
When you suffer from Hidradenitis Suppurativa, there is more to worry about than just the blisters and pain associated with your skin condition. There is a strong correlation between HS and major depression disorders so make sure you seek help if needed.
You may have heard of metformin as a drug to help treat diabetes mellitus but when it comes to treating skin conditions like hidradenitis suppurativa, a doctor must be crazy if he prescribes you this, right? There may be a method to his madness.
Although in moderate to severe cases of Hidradenitis suppurativa, patients need to rely on aggressive therapies like surgery and laser therapy, patients can help themselves by trying natural treatments to reduce the chance of having an HS flare-up.
Laser therapy has been proposed as a potential cure for hidradenitis suppurativa. Here, we will put that claim to the test and examine the theory and effectiveness of various types of laser and light therapy that you should consider for treatment.
Hidradenitis suppurativa is a disease of chronic inflammation and infections of apocrine sweat glands located around your body. Medications and creams may provide temporary relief but more aggressive options like surgery may be your only option for help.
Biotin deficiencies can trigger problems like hair loss, brittle nails and skin rashes but will simple biotin supplementation help solve these conditions. Here, we will investigation the benefits or risks of biotin on treating skin blemishes.
Biotin is a product claiming to be effective for not only hair loss, but also a useful compound when patients are suffering from brittle nails. Let's put that claim to the test and see if there is scientific data supporting this bold statement.
Biotin is a cheap supplement that has been marketed as a potential cure for baldness in men and women alike. Do medical investigations support these claims or is it just a ploy by big pharmaceutical companies to make some easy money from desperate people.
Do you have a lump under your skin that you suspect is a sebaceous cyst? It probably isn't, as pilar and epidermal cysts (often referred to as sebaceous cysts) are more common. You'll still want to be rid of it, though, and here's what you can expect.