Actinic keratosis is a small, rough, raised area on your skin. Often this area has been exposed to the sun for a long period of time. Some actinic keratoses may develop into a type of skin cancer. Diagnostic checklist, medical tests, doctor questions, and related signs or symptoms for Rough skin.
It sounds like psoriasis, like I have. It's skin that is growing 1. My daughter has it too. It quite often goes along with some other autoimmune disease like osteoarthritis or fibromyalgia. I have it on my face, elbows, back of hands, front of my legs.
The doctor prescribed Lotriderm & Dovonex Topical creams, which I put on the affected areas twice a day, right after my shower in the morning & before bed. It cleared my face up quite well, but I found I had to be consistant with applying it , due to how fast the skin in that area grows. If you look after it , you can keep it from spreading. But, you should see your doctor, because I could be wrong about what you have. I also have it in my scalp, but a lotion I got from the doctor keeps it cleared up, as long as I use some daily after hair washing. Psoiasis is always worsein the winter because of the cold dry air.
I really hope I'm wrong, but see the doctor.
Has anyone had this before and what did you do to get rid of it? Or are there any suggestions out there for me? Thanks Beauties! Two things popped in my mind.
Many different conditions can produce new white patches of skin in children. I have this white rough patch on my cheek for about a week.
Patch of skin or spot that looks like a scar and bleeds easily. Some people might have pain or sensitivity in these areas, however that's not common. Pink or brown rough patches surrounded by irritated skin. How to Smooth Out Rough Skin on Your Face. Rough skin can also be the symptom of numerous chronic and acute skin conditions. How can I prevent red skin on my face?