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Homoeopathique clinic offers homeopathic treatment for dermatology skin diseases. Homeopathy aims to address underlying imbalances and stimulate the body's healing response. Personalized remedies are prescribed based on the principle of "like cures like." This approach targets symptoms and promotes long-term management. Consulting a qualified homeopathic practitioner is important for proper diagnosis and tailored treatment.

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A common skin condition where pores become clogged, leading to the formation of pimples, blackheads, or whiteheads. It is often caused by hormonal changes, bacteria, and excess oil production.
  • Pimples, blackheads, and whiteheads
  • Red, inflamed bumps
  • Oily skin
  • Scarring
  • Pain or tenderness
  • Occurs primarily on the face, chest, and back

A fungal infection that results in discolored patches on the skin. It is caused by the Malassezia yeast and is often influenced by factors like humidity and sweating.
  • Discolored patches on the skin
  • Lighter or darker than surrounding skin
  • Itching
  • Scaling or flaking
  • Commonly affects chest, back, neck, and upper arms
  • More visible after sun exposure

Itchy, raised welts on the skin that appear suddenly. Urticaria is typically caused by an allergic reaction or the release of histamine, and it can be triggered by various factors such as foods, medications, or infections.
  • Red, raised welts on the skin
  • Itching or burning
  • Swelling
  • Can occur anywhere on the body
  • Symptoms may come and go quickly
  • Triggers include allergies, medications, or infections

A condition where the skin loses pigmentation, resulting in white patches. The cause is not fully understood but may involve genetic, autoimmune, and environmental factors.
  • Loss of skin color in patches
  • Typically starts on hands, feet, face, or groin
  • Gradually spreads over time
  • Hair may also lose color in affected areas
  • No physical discomfort, but emotional impact possible
  • Associated with autoimmune disorders

A chronic autoimmune disease characterized by the rapid buildup of skin cells, leading to thick, red, and scaly patches. Psoriasis can occur anywhere on the body and is often accompanied by itching and discomfort.
  • Thickened, red patches of skin covered with silvery scales
  • Itching or burning
  • Dry, cracked skin that may bleed
  • Nail changes, such as pitting or separation
  • Joint pain or stiffness (psoriatic arthritis)
  • Chronic condition with periods of flare-ups and remission

A bacterial infection that affects the deeper layers of the skin, causing redness, swelling, warmth, and pain. It typically occurs when bacteria enter the skin through a cut or wound and can spread rapidly if left untreated.
  • Red, swollen, tender skin
  • Warmth or heat in the affected area
  • Pain or soreness
  • Fever and chills in severe cases
  • Skin dimpling or blisters
  • Typically occurs on legs, but can affect any area of the body

An inflammatory skin condition characterized by dry, itchy, and inflamed skin. It often occurs in individuals with a personal or family history of allergies and can be triggered by irritants, allergens, or stress.
  • Dry, itchy, inflamed skin
  • Red or brownish-gray patches
  • Blisters, oozing, or crusting
  • Thickened or leathery skin
  • Nighttime itching

Painful, pus-filled bumps that form under the skin due to a bacterial infection, usually Staphylococcus aureus. Recurrent boils may indicate a weakened immune system or underlying health conditions.
  • Painful, pus-filled bumps
  • Redness and swelling
  • Tenderness and warmth
  • Clusters of boils (carbuncle)
  • Fever and fatigue (severe cases)
  • Often on hair follicles or sweat glands

Viral growths on the skin caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV). They are generally harmless but can be unsightly and can appear on any part of the body. Warts can spread through direct contact.
  • Raised, rough growths
  • Flesh-colored, pink, or brown
  • Rough or bumpy texture
  • Single or clustered
  • Common on hands, fingers, feet, or genitals
  • May cause pain or discomfort

Thickened areas of skin that develop on the feet or hands due to friction or pressure. They usually appear as hardened, raised bumps and can be painful. Corns are often caused by ill-fitting shoes or repetitive actions.
  • Thickened, hardened skin
  • Round or cone-shaped
  • Tender or painful
  • Typically on feet or hands
  • Caused by friction or pressure
  • Related to footwear or activities

Alopecia refers to hair loss, which can occur in different patterns or all over the body. It can be caused by genetic factors, hormonal changes, autoimmune conditions, or certain medications.
  • Hair loss or thinning
  • Gradual or sudden patchy loss
  • Receding hairline or thinning crown (male-pattern)
  • Excessive shedding
  • Visible scalp or bald spots
  • Emotional distress or self-image impact

A common scalp condition characterized by flaking of the skin. It is often caused by a combination of factors like excessive oil production, yeast overgrowth, and sensitivity to certain hair products.
  • White or yellow flakes on scalp
  • Itchy scalp
  • Dryness or tightness
  • Flakes more noticeable on dark clothing
  • Possible redness or irritation
  • Manageable with proper hair care

Hirsutism refers to the excessive growth of hair in women in areas where it is typically minimal, such as the face, chest, or back. It can be caused by hormonal imbalances, certain medications, or underlying medical conditions.
  • Excessive hair growth in a male pattern (e.g., face, chest, back)
  • Coarse, dark hair in atypical areas for women
  • Hair growth accompanied by acne and irregular menstrual periods
  • Possible hormonal imbalance, such as polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)
  • Emotional distress or self-esteem issues may arise
  • Treatment options include medications, hair removal methods, or hormonal therapy

Allergies occur when the immune system reacts to substances that are usually harmless. Symptoms can include sneezing, itching, watery eyes, or skin reactions such as rashes or hives. Common allergens include pollen, dust mites, pet dander, and certain foods.
  • Sneezing, runny or stuffy nose
  • Itchy or watery eyes
  • Swelling, particularly in the face, lips, or tongue (angioedema)
  • Shortness of breath or wheezing (in severe cases)
  • Triggers include pollen, dust mites, pet dander, or certain foods

Various nail conditions can affect the appearance and health of the nails. These can include fungal infections, brittle nails, ingrown nails, ridges, discoloration, or changes in shape. Nail problems can be caused by trauma, infections, underlying health conditions, or poor nail care.
  • Discoloration (yellowing or whitening)
  • Brittle, thickened, or crumbly nails
  • Nail pitting or ridges
  • Separation of nail from the nail bed
  • Pain or tenderness around the nails
  • Causes include fungal infections, trauma, or underlying health conditions

An inflammatory condition that can affect the skin, mouth, genitals, or nails. It presents as itchy, purple, flat-topped bumps or lesions. The exact cause is unknown, but it may involve an abnormal immune response.
  • Itchy, purplish-colored bumps or rash on skin or mucous membranes
  • Flat-topped, shiny papules with a polygonal shape
  • White, lacy patches in the mouth (oral lichen planus)
  • Nail abnormalities or hair loss in severe cases
  • Symptoms may come and go
  • Exact cause unknown, but an autoimmune reaction is suspected

Keloids are raised, thickened scars that extend beyond the original wound or injury site. They form due to an overgrowth of scar tissue during the healing process. Keloids can be caused by acne, burns, surgery, or body piercings.
  • Raised, thickened scars beyond the original injury site
  • Firm, rubbery texture
  • Red, pink, or darker than surrounding skin
  • Itching or tenderness
  • More common in darker skin tones
  • Develops after surgery, injury, acne, or body piercings

Warts are benign skin growths caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV). They can appear on the skin or mucous membranes and have various forms, such as common warts, plantar warts (on the feet), or genital warts.
  • Raised, rough growths on skin or mucous membranes
  • Flesh-colored or grayish appearance
  • Cauliflower-like or dome-shaped surface
  • Contagious, spreads through direct contact or shared objects
  • Types: common warts, plantar warts, and genital warts
  • Genital warts can lead to cervical, anal, or other cancers

Freckles are small, flat, tan or light brown spots that appear on the skin, especially after sun exposure. They are more common in fair-skinned individuals and are caused by an increase in melanin pigment.
  • Small, flat spots on the skin
  • Light brown or tan color
  • More common on sun-exposed areas
  • Darken with sun exposure
  • Primarily seen in fair-skinned individuals
  • No discomfort or symptoms associated

A viral skin infection that results in small, raised bumps with a central indentation. It is contagious and can be spread through direct contact or contaminated objects. Molluscum contagiosum commonly affects children and individuals with weakened immune systems.
  • Small, raised bumps with central indentation
  • Flesh-colored or pinkish
  • Shiny or pearly surface
  • Itching or mild discomfort
  • Common in children and weakened immune system
  • Highly contagious through direct contact

Melasma is a common skin condition characterized by patches of dark, discolored skin. It typically occurs on the face and is more prevalent in women. Hormonal changes, sun exposure, and genetics can contribute to its development.
  • Patchy, brown or grayish-brown skin discoloration
  • Common on the face
  • Triggered by sun exposure or hormonal changes
  • More common in women, especially during pregnancy
  • Can fade but may persist without treatment
  • Managed with sun protection and topical medications

Hyperhidrosis refers to excessive sweating beyond what is necessary for temperature regulation. It can affect various parts of the body, including the palms, soles, underarms, or face. Hyperhidrosis may be caused by genetic factors, medical conditions, or emotional triggers.
  • Excessive sweating beyond temperature regulation
  • Persistent sweating in specific areas
  • Dampness or wetness of the skin
  • Interferes with daily activities
  • Potential for skin infections or maceration
  • May be associated with emotional distress

Warts that appear around the anus or in the genital area. They are caused by certain strains of the human papillomavirus (HPV) and can be transmitted through sexual contact. Anal warts may cause discomfort, itching, or bleeding.
  • Small raised growths
  • Flesh-colored or pinkish
  • Clustered or cauliflower-like
  • Discomfort or itching
  • Bleeding
  • Transmitted through sexual contact

Warts that appear on or around the genitals, including the penis, vulva, or anus. They are caused by specific strains of HPV transmitted through sexual contact. Genital warts can be raised or flat and may be accompanied by itching, pain, or discomfort.
  • Soft, raised growths on genitals or anus
  • Flesh-colored or pinkish
  • Clustered or cauliflower-like appearance
  • Itching, discomfort, or pain in the area
  • Bleeding or irritation during intercourse
  • Transmitted through sexual contact

HPV is a common sexually transmitted infection. It encompasses various strains, some of which can cause genital warts, while others can lead to an increased risk of certain cancers, including cervical, anal, or throat cancer. HPV can be prevented through vaccination and safe sexual practices.
  • Often no visible symptoms
  • Can cause genital warts or certain cancers
  • Genital warts: small growths on genitals or anus
  • Cancers: cervical, anal, or throat cancer
  • Some strains transmitted sexually
  • Vaccination and safe practices reduce risk

Purpura refers to purple or red discoloration of the skin due to bleeding underneath. It occurs when small blood vessels leak blood into the surrounding tissues. Purpura can be caused by various factors, including blood disorders, trauma, or underlying medical conditions.
  • Purple or red patches on the skin
  • Result from bleeding under the skin
  • Do not blanch with pressure
  • Can be flat or raised
  • May be accompanied by pain or itching
  • Underlying causes include blood disorders, infections, or medications



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