Skin picking disorder is an emotional disorder that affects the skin of the face, neck, and back.
People with this condition often suffer from self-consciousness and embarrassment, and can be embarrassed to show their skin.
This condition affects around one in three people.
The symptoms include: The person experiences self-doubt, anxiety, and shame over their appearance, or has difficulty finding a good way to express themselves.
The person has difficulty expressing their emotions and feelings.
This can cause an individual to feel shame and guilt.
Feeling embarrassed and embarrassed can also cause a person to feel depressed and lonely.
The disorder can lead to self-harm.
People who suffer from this condition may experience depression, anxiety and/or panic attacks, or they may develop post-traumatic stress disorder.
They may also develop skin disorders, such as eczema, psoriasis, or dermatitis media.
People can suffer from skin picking disorder for several reasons, including: Feeling ashamed or embarrassed about their appearance or skin tone.