Ultraviolet (UV) refers to the light with a wavelength of 100 ~ 400nm in sunlight, which can be divided into UVA with a wavelength of 320 ~ 400nm, UVB with a wavelength of 280 ~ 320nm and UVC with a wavelength of 100 ~ 280 nm.
Because of its deep penetration, ”Chemical peeling”or “chemical micro-peeling” can exfoliate the aged skin on the face, accelerate the exfoliation of epidermal cells, the regeneration and metabolism of cells, and increase the renewal of fibrous tissue and basal substances in the dermis of the skin, even the pigment cells, hair follicle tissue and dermal tissue can be affected.
Scabies is a contagious skin infestation by the mite Sarcoptes scabiei. The adult Sarcoptes scabiei, about 0.3mm in size, is a mite parasitic in the cuticle of human skin, during which it digs subcutaneous tunnels and leaves eggs and feces, which causes skin allergies and itching symptoms.
Seborrheic dermatitis is a skin disorder that occurs in areas where the sebaceous glands are active, such as the scalp, eyebrows, nasolabial folds, forechest, and upper back. It occurs in infants and adults after puberty. Symptoms often recur and may be exacerbated by life stress, emotional stress, or hospitalization.
Herpes zoster, also known as shingles, is a viral disease characterized by a painful skin rash with blisters in a localized area when the patient had "chickenpox" before whose virus was latent in the body before a re-attack occurs in adults or the elderly.
Patients with atopic dermatitis and their family may be prone to asthma, hay fever, allergic rhinitis or atopic dermatitis.
Hand eczema, commonly known as housewives' hand eczema, is hand dermatitis, the main cause of which is that the skin itself is relatively sensitive to repeated stimulation of external substances, resulting in dry hands, peeling, cracking, and disappearing fingerprints.
A pimple is one of the most common illnesses in cosmetic dermatology, also known as zit, acne or comedo, and folliculitis.
Urticaria, commonly known as wheals, is a common skin disorder. Symptoms are temporary, itchy, raised bumps that usually clear up in a few hours, but may return later to other parts of the body.
After treatment, penetrating fluid will flow out of the affected area, which is a normal phenomenon, and then there may be a scab. At this moment, do not use your fingers to scrape it off, but let it fall off on its own.