Possible Skin Conditions
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Child, Female, Cheek / Beard Area (Edit search)
The following images pertain to skin diseases found on the cheek area of children. Dry, flaky skin is called dandruff (seborrheic dermatitis). Certain viruses will cause red sunburn-like rashes to appear on the cheeks, such as the "slapped cheek" appearance of fifth disease. Pimples and other blemishes (acne) are often present in this area along with small, whitish bumps called milia. Itchy rashes may be caused by contact dermatitis or psoriasis. Red, weepy rashes, such as those from poison ivy, may appear on the cheeks if children touched their faces after touching the poison ivy plant. A bacterial infection may cause impetigo, honey-crusted lesions that are found on the cheek area or by the mouth. Moles (nevi) and warts may appear on this area of skin as well. To discover more about these diseases, click a photo below.