Even individuals with healthy skin can be at risk for Tinea Versicolor. The infection is caused by being in a humid climate, excessive sweating, having naturally oily skin, or having a weakened immune system.
- Patches of skin discoloration, usually on the back, chest, neck, and upper arms, which may appear lighter or darker than usual
- Mild itching
Source: 1. Mayo Clinic
Painful or bleeding warts. Warts on the face and those interfering with daily life that does not respond to self-care measures. Diabetics with warts of the feet should be treated by a physician.