SKIN IRREGULARITIES

The mole on the girl's face closeup

VERRUCAS

Small lumps that often develop on the skin, vary in appearance and may develop singly or in clusters. Some are more likely to affect particular areas of the body.

SEBORRHEIC KERATOSIS

Common, harmless, non-cancerous growth on the skin. It usually appears as a pale, black, or brown growth on the back, shoulders, chest, or face.

removal of the birthmark Professional medical with the using of special equipment on the back of the patient.
Cuperosis on the nose of a young woman. Acne on the face. Examination by a doctor

BROKEN CAPILLARIES

Dilated or enlarged blood vessels just beneath the surface of the skin. That translates to little red splotches that don't seem to go away — especially around your nose, cheeks, and chin.

CHERRY ANGIOMAS

A cherry angioma is a smooth, cherry-red bump on the skin. Usually appear on the trunk of the body.

Medical treatment removal of birthmark from female patient's neck. Female dermatologist surgeon using electrocautery for removing mole. Radio wave electrocoagulation remove method. Close up
Milia (Milium) - pimples around eye on skin.

MILIA WHITEHEADS

Develop when tiny skin flakes become trapped in small pockets near the surface of the skin.

PIGMENTATION REMOVAL

Skin pigmentation disorders cause changes to the color of your skin. It is a condition that causes your skin to darken.

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