The Top 4 African American Skin Care Issues, Solved
Keloids, eczema, hyperpigmentation -- dark skin is especially prone to certain skin conditions. Do you know how to treat them?
Similar to keloids, eczema is genetically inherited. Because symptoms of eczema can be harder to identify and diagnose in dark skin, it's often confused for psoriasis or fungal infections. According to Palm, one way to get proper diagnosis is by taking a look at the atopic triad: eczema, seasonal allergies and asthma. This trio of skin conditions tends to appear together and run in families. If you suspect you have eczema, inform your health care professional if you also suffer from allergies or asthma.
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