Tinea Versicolor Symptoms and Diagnosis
Tinea Versicolor Symptoms & Diagnosis
Tinea versicolor is a fungal skin infection that causes temporary skin discoloration. The condition appears as small, scaly, and sometimes flaky patches, typically on the shoulder, chest, or back. Without treatment, the infection will continue to spread.
Tinea versicolor can appear in various colors, including white, pink, tan, or brown. Sun exposure causes the infection to be more apparent because while the rest of your skin may tan or turn rosy in heat, the color of the fungus won’t change. Warm, humid weather may also encourage the fungus to grow because fungi thrive in warm, moist conditions.
It will appear on your skin as a thin fungus coating, sometimes causing mild itching. The fungus will grow slowly but spread until you intervene with treatment. The infection is more apparent on darker skin but can affect anyone, regardless of skin color. Once diagnosed, starting treatment as soon as possible is vital to avoid further spreading.
While it is possible to misdiagnose tinea versicolor, Naturasil’s all-natural products will not cause any harm. Tinea versicolor is more common than Vitiligo and can be differentiated from similar skin infections. Doctors typically recommend anti-fungal creams that you can purchase over the counter. Naturasil’s 100% natural anti-fungal products are guaranteed to relieve the condition within 4-7 days of the treatment.