Inflammatory skin disorders
Acne: bacteria-infected, pus-filled lesions that clog hair follicles giving rise to eruptions, called acne
Dermatitis/Eczema: These include red-colored rashes, itching, swelling, and blisters.
Psoriasis: This skin condition is characterized by red, raised inflammatory plaques covered by white scales. Psoriasis may also develop after a streptococcal infection. At such times, the lesions appear small and are pink in color.
Sebaceous cysts: In this condition, a swelling appears over the skin when a gland or a duct becomes blocked.These are usually not painful but may become so when infected.