Have you changed any of your skin care products including body washes, shampoos, soaps, or moisturizers? That may be a place to start your search to try and pinpoint if anything is irritating your skin.
Try using unscented products that leave out coloring in them to see if that helps.
Please see a doctor if you have a facial wound that has not healed because you want to avoid scarring or minimize it as much as possible. It isn't possible for our health professionals to guess or to diagnose anyone over the internet as they haven't seen you in person. Please do see a doctor for help and let the doctor know what's happened.
Read more about warts by using the WebMD search engine before your visit to the doctor.
Are you currently under the care of a doctor? If not please talk to your doctor for help.
WebMD has a Shingles Health Center to read more about this skin condition. Dr Evans does have some posts about shingles that may be helpful. Try putting her name and the term shingles into the board search engine and then filter by expert reply.
If your health insurance does not require a referal from your family doctor to see a dermatologist, then you may want to see a dermatologist first as a dermatologist (skin doctor) can remove a mole for you. A plastic surgeon can also remove moles. Read more about moles by using the WebMD search engine.
I would invite you to repost your questions on our Skin & Beauty Community as your question about facial dark spots or post inflammatory hyperpigmentation would be better addressed on that community board.
Please see your doctor if you are experiencing hair loss and painful skin on your scalp. You've mentioned a couple of things that can contribute to hair loss including medications and hormones such as post pregnancy or post partum hair loss.
Please realize that it's not possible for anyone to be diagnosed over the internet, you do have to see a doctor for help so that you can be seen in person.
Please do see a doctor for help. It's not possible for anyone to be diagnosed over the internet. As you've had this problem for more than a year, you do need to see a doctor in order to find out what the problem is and to get it treated if necessary. Your eyesight is precious so don't hesitate to tell your mom that you need to see a doctor. Can you see a school nurse and have the nurse talk to your mom?
We don't have an ey and vision community board at the current time. I want to suggest that you repost your questions on our Ear, Nose, and Throat Community board as Dr Moser who works with teen patients in his practice may have some ideas for you to get your mom to take you to the doctor.