Hidradenitis Suppurativa, also referred to as acne inversa, is a disease that affects the skin and manifests in the formation of tiny lumps on the skin. These lumps are distinguished by the fact that they do not often form in places where pimples are common such as the face.
Vitiligo is a condition that affects the skin and causes white pale patches that result from a low concentration of the skin pigment known as melanin. While the condition can affect just about any part of the skin, it is most prevalent on parts of the body that are constantly exposed to the sun.
The occurrence of white spots on the skin is a condition that is medically referred to as vitiligo. At the onset of this patch formation, the skin starts to exhibit a different shade from the rest of the skin, usually looking a tad bit paler.