Posted May 24, 2019 06:19:56 Updated May 24.
2019 08:21:18 A new skin care trend is emerging in the cosmetics world, and it’s called ‘little rock dermatosis’ or ‘rocking the face’.
This new type of skin condition occurs when the skin’s natural oil glands and pores become inflamed and can be aggravated by prolonged exposure to sun.
Little rock dermatitis is also known as rock-face skin disease or rock-tastic skin, and can occur in children and adolescents.
It’s common among older adults and can affect the whole face.
For young children, rock-star skin disease can cause a range of problems.
A rock-head is defined as a child who is either prone to having rock-prone skin, or has a propensity for developing rock-like skin conditions.
Many young people with rock-type skin are unable to grow facial hair.
The condition can also lead to skin pigmentation issues and may cause problems with the eyes, nose and mouth.
Children with rock facial skin are also prone to acne.
If you or anyone you know has rock-skin disease, don’t be afraid to talk to a doctor.
This condition can be treated with an oil-based moisturiser and sunscreen, and is treated more effectively by using a topical cream, gel or cream for acne treatment.
While rock-faced skin disease is more common in children, it can affect older adults as well.
Younger adults with rock skin disease are more prone to developing acne and have higher rates of acne and related conditions, and may be at increased risk of developing scarring and sun damage.
Symptoms of little rock-style skin disease include: skin that is very dry or cracked, which can cause acne, acne scars and dryness