Verruca/Warts are skin lesions caused by the human papillomavirus and occur in almost fifty percent of children at some time. The common wart is a small, hard, rough bump that usually occurs on the hands and fingers. Although most warts do typically go away on their own and may not require treatment, some do become painful, bothersome, rapidly spread, or don’t go away, even after several years.
Vitiligo is a skin disease which presents as symmetric white patches, most commonly on the face, lips, hands, arms, legs and genitals. Half of those affected are under the age of 20. The course and severity of pigment loss differ with each person. There is no way to predict how much color an individual will lose.