Skin Conditions & Their Treatment With Plasma

What are different Skin conditions you need to know ? 

Is your skin red, tickly, swollen, or hurting? These indications can be symptoms of different skin conditions like stinea versicolor, dyshidrotic eczema, contact ellulitis, actinic keratosis, seborrhea and pityriasis rosea.

Many other skin conditions have no identified cause of it, while others are owing to such dissimilar reasons as genetics or sun exposures. There are many skin conditions that we suffer from and the common ones have been mentioned below.

Skin Conditions

No. 1: Ringworm:

Ringworm is kind of simple disease which is also known as tiena coroporis, but it is not caused by any worm, it just spreads by contact or we can say that it is a kind of fungal infection.  It could be caused by touching someone and sharing things of each other’s, like towel, cloths etc. It is itchy and looks like a red circle on your skin. It is not only one circle or ring, but it is bunch of red rings of different sizes on skin.  It can be appearing on any place on your skin or body, and it is very common for wrestlers, Ringworm, with the help of doctors can be easily cured by antifungal pills or antifungal creams Skin Condition

No. 2: Rosacea

It is known as rosacea, affects nearly fourteen million American rapidly; it is common for those adults which have fair skin, in between the ages of thirty to sixty. Rosacea happens when facial plasma vessels in your face become enthused and expand. Weinberg says, causing the skin to redden and rouge and even easily.

Many other symptoms are:

1: eye irritation

2: acne like breakout

3: thickening to the skin of the nose

You would be able to lessen the expansion of this skin disease or this rosacea, by avoiding some things like; spicy food, hot drinks, sun and windy weathers. Vigorous exercises are not good for you when you are suffering from this. When we talk about its treatment, then most of the skin specialist often recommend the jett plasma treatment, it is not a dangerous dermal condition but sometimes “cosmetically it could be problematic” 

Skin Condition No. 3: Eczema

Eczema, also known as atopic eczemaor atopic dermatitis, it is also a chronic skin condition that affects ten to twenty percent people of the entire world. It could be passed by families to families and attached as a side effect with conditions such as asthma and a high fever. Atopic eczema may cause skin dryness and will probably make your skin itchy with raised, pink, flaking covers, which appear on your skin, inside of your elbows and on your back skin of knees. It looks like skin rash patches on your body.

Those people suffering with eczema often experience dandruff and peeling skin on their hands, legs, face and at any part of their body. In the meantime, there have no conclusive tests, skin spiciest and history of medical are often used to identify atopic eczema. Dermatologists and doctors often avoid the painful possible triggers and are using up-to-date medications and antifungal cream frequently.

Skin Condition No. 4: Contact Dermatitis

Contact dermatitis is a kind of eczema. There are 2 main types of contact dermatitis, allergies and irritant, but most of the people suffer from the irritant type, Weinberg says. “People who have sensitive skin or have any allergic skin contact dermatitis may be allergic to a host of materials”, from sap to preservers to the nickel.

This kind of eczema tends to be chronic and may cause many kinds of blood filled or fluid filled blisters on your body. This can also be observed when you feel thickened are dry skin or may be redness on your skin, and penetrating itching. Just wash the skin with water and apply antibiotic lotion or any cream to it. If it persistent, then seek attention from your doctor or dermatologist. 

Skin Condition No. 5: Impetigo 

Impetigo is known as a swear infection which may cause many big and thick blisters on skin filled with blood or any other fluid which depends upon the type of bacteria which is involve to the may be any seasonal bacteria etc. Specialists can usually identify one or two bacterium — group A Staphylococcus aurous or streptococcus — impetigo is very common among children and preschool infants. 

Mostly it appears between the nose and the mouth or on the sides of it under the cheeks. It is a very tricky and very spreadable infection. Impetigo can also spread by touching or sharing any kind of food etc. Impetigo is opportunistic. It is more possible to appear if the skin is previously irritated or inflamed by insect’s bites or eczema, for instance. Impetigo can be treated with treatment of simply antibiotic cream or oil, or in severe circumstances, with a sequence of oral antibiotics.

Skin Condition No. 6: Seborrhea (Dandruff) 

Seborrhea on the other hand called by the name of dandruff. On a baby’s scalp, it is known by “cradle cap”. But seborrhea dermatitis also can move to the face of baby, and other parts of it, where there is a lot of glands of oil. Seborrhea, makes the skin look crumbly and oily, and is a cousin of psoriasis. It’s an allergic response to fungus that lives on skin.

The treatment of seborrhea is only being subject to on its place and by your age also. Seborrhea of the skin could be treated with an antifungal lotion or cream or an up-to-date corticosteroid. Seborrhea of the scalp in grown-ups is treated with a shampoo, also but it must contain “salicylic acid” in it; those shampoos which are non-medicated are only used for babies. 


As shown above, this is just a small collection of the condition that can affect the dermis.  Always consult your doctor or local dermatologist if you are concerned on any aspects of your skin,

There is a lot of skin condition which medical white papers are proving, that can be treated with the Jett Medical Plasma Pen. 

Ask you dermatologist on the benefits on treating skin conditions with plasma and always ask for the best treatment possible, always available from the Jett Plasma Pen Device.

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