Skin, Hair, Teeth and Eyes

Eric Bakker N.D.May 9, 2022

This category will focus on all the common skin disorders such as acne, psoriasis, eczema and more. I'll show you how to improve your skin without requiring all those prescribed skin creams, steroids and other drugs. There is always a natural solution!

Eric Bakker Naturopath » Articles » Skin, Hair, Teeth and Eyes

Skin disorders are illnesses that affect the surface of your skin. Rashes, inflammation, itching, burning sensations, and other skin abnormalities may be caused by several disorders. Some skin disorders are caused genetically, while others are caused by lifestyle factors. Medications, lotions, and ointments, as well as lifestyle changes, may be used to treat skin diseases. Some skin disease are even caused by pharmaceutical drugs.

Skin Infections Can Go Systemic

The common types of skin yeast infections can often affect other parts of the body as well, especially if the condition is allowed to remain for some time going into a chronic phase. For example, you may have a severe...

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Ringworm is caused by a microscopic fungus, not an actual worm or bacteria as some may think. Some people worry a great deal about the term “ringworm” because they actually believe they have a worm or parasite problem.

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Jock Itch

Jock itch (Tinea Cruris) can be isolated in patches, for example affecting the inner thigh, or it may be more extensive and even involve the entire groin area. From clinical experience, I know this from personal reasons to be one...

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Skin Infections Difficult To Diagnose

Why do so many doctors get the skin infection diagnosis wrong? You'd be surprised how many, be sure to get the right diagnosis before considering medical creams and other pharmaceutical drugs for your skin condition.

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Shingles is caused by a herpes virus, and is also known as herpes zoster. Perhaps you are reading this page because you have it yourself, or you may know a friend or relative who has it or has experienced this...

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Cold Sore

Cold sores are tiny blisters that usually appear on or very near the lips. A crust forms over the sore after the blisters have broken. Cold sores normally heal without leaving a scar in two to four weeks. Although there...

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