What is Cellulitis? Cellulitis is an infection of the skin and subcutaneous soft tissue. It occurs when bacteria penetrate in the normal or lesions skins and begin to spread underneath your skin and soft tissue, which leads to infections and inflammations. They can cause swelling, red spot and pain.
Cellulitis is most common in facial skin, legs. However, it can also occur in any other skin areas of the body.
What causes Cellulitis?
- Tearing skin lesions.
- Infection related to surgery.
- Chronic skin diseases like eczema, psoriasis.
- Foreign object was located inside the skin.
- Infection of bone beneath the skin.
Common agents such as: Streptococcus Pyognes and S. Aureus.