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Skin Conditions

Microskin is not to cure, heal or reduce skin conditions, It’s your camouflage!

Microskin aims to be the helping hand and bridge between a person and comfort. Feeling the physical and psychological discomfort from a skin condition is better understood by the one who is suffering from it, but it does not have to be the reason of compromising your self confidence. That is where Microskin comes to your rescue and can help reduce and mask a skin condition by color correcting it to feel and look like natural skin

Microskin  does not cure skin problems, but it is a great help to gain courage, relief and self-confidence. Our experts are well trained in understanding your troubles and we aim to help where we can.

Some of the skin conditions Microskin works wonders on are:


Vitiligo is an acquired destruction of melanocytes resulting in white patches on the skin. Vitiligo may occur at any age, though about 50% present before the age of 20.

Epidermal Naevus

Epidermal naevus usually present at birth or arises within the first decade and may increase in size at puberty. It is well-defined brown or yellow raised plaque with a rough warty surface and fissuring.

Burns to the Skin

Tissue damage from excessive heat, electricity, radioactivity, or corrosive chemicals that destroy proteins in the exposed cells is called a burn

Becker’s Naevus

Becker’s Naevus is more common in males and most commonly on the chest, shoulder and upper arms. It is initially flat but may become raised and pigmented and subsequently develop thick coarse hairs.

Port Wine Birthmark

The lesion is present at birth and permanent. It is usually purple and is a permanent stain that varies in size.

Connective Tissue Naevus

Connective tissue naevus are lesions of dermal elastic fibres and collagen which give rise to nodules and plaque, especially on the upper back.

Café au Lait

Café au Lait is a single rounded, small or large round or oval pale brown patch. It may be present at birth in up to 10% of the population.


Occurs when an excessive amount of melanin has been deposited in a clump causing a brown lesion on the skin.

Keloid Scarring

The keloids are red, raised and firm and have a smooth shiny surface. The often tender nodules can complicate minor acne.

Spider Naevi

Spider Naevi looks like a spider with radiating legs extending out from a central red body. Found on upper cheeks, nose, and eye areas.


Rosacea is characterised by papules and pustules that occur on the face, often associated with flushing. Rosacea is common in both sexes and can appear at any time.


Psoriasis is a common chronic benign condition of the skin. Psoriasis is often inherited and sometimes associated with disorders of the joints and nails. As with all skin conditions suffers of psoriasis can also suffer from psychological affects and feelings of isolation from being shunned socially.

Contact Dermatitis

Contact dermatitis is an eczema reaction as a result of an external substance. Affecting about 1 in 5 people at some time in their lives dermatitis is characterised by red, flaky skin, sometimes with cracks or tiny blisters.


Urticaria consists of intensely itchy red swellings of the skin which last a few hours and then disappear without trace. It can be known as hives.

Lupus Erthematosus

Lupus is a chronic auto immune disorder which is nearly always confined to the skin and is associated with some degree of photosensitivity.


The term dermatitis and Eczema are used interchangeably within the community to represent itchy skin. There are a number of different types of Eczema including atopic eczema, varicose eczema, discoid eczema, hand eczema, asteatotic eczema and more.

Lichen Amyloid

The condition is chronic, very itchy and manifests itself as a popular eruption that may turn into thickened plaques.

Epidermal Bullosa

It is an inherited disorder of epidermal cell adherence that results in abnormal and purple papules on the skin. It usually begins in late childhood or adolescence Ultraviolet light should be avoided.

Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome

Is one of the hereditary disorders of connective tissue which results in hyper extensible skin and joints which dislocate easily. It also involves poor wound healing, easy bruising and occasional fragility of large blood vessels. There may be digits missing. The skin is hyperplastic but recoils to the normal position when released. There is no treatment and genetic counseling may be of assistance.

Necrobiosis Lipoidica Diabeticorum

Consists of more or less symmetrical, well-defined yellowish plaques with a wax consistency which occur particularly on the shins.

Necrobiosis Lipoidica Diabeticorum

Consists of more or less symmetrical, well-defined yellowish plaques with a wax consistency which occur particularly on the shins.


Hypopigmentation is the loss of skin colour caused by melanocyte depletion: a decrease in the amino acid tyrosine which is used by melanocytes to make melanin.


Is an auto immune disorder characterised by excessive deposits of collagen and other connective tissue components which led to dermal fibrosis. It also affects other organs.


Defined as localised sclerosis of the skin probably with an auto immune nature. The cause is unknown.

DISCLAIMER: Microskin is NOT a medical product which can cure, treat or heal conditions. it is an added benefit for those choose and want their skin conditions or troubles to not be a main focus and take a back seat or for others to see past their skin conditions to see the true person they are !


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