Karl Saardi discusses blistering diseases that can be challenging to manage, new findings and emerging therapies are helping dermatologists improve their approach to care.
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Dermatologists say wearing masks can lead to two other skin conditions that can easily be mistaken for acne, similar to a rash.
And if it's treated like acne, with products to dry it out, it can actually make it worse.
We're talking about skin irritation that occurs in this highly intimate region, along with how it can affect one's ability to feel confident and comfortable in sexual scenarios.
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