The main symptoms of acne are spots on the face, back and chest. The skin may be oily, or it may be hot or painful to touch.
Acne is often linked to changes in hormone levels during puberty, but can start at any age. It’s also known to run in families.
Pityriasis rosea is a rash that usually starts with an oval patch of scaly skin followed by a widespread rash.
Symptoms of pityriasis rosea include an oval patch of scaly skin followed by a widespread rash of smaller scaly patches. It can sometimes be itchy. Symptoms can be treated with moisturising creams, steroid creams and antihistamines.