Autoimmune skin diseases are conditions that can affect many parts of your body in addition to your skin. Many of autoimmune skin diseases are rare, complicated to treat, and have a large impact on patients’ quality of life. Autoimmune skin diseases include the following: lupus, scleroderma, dermatomyositis, bullous pemphigoid, lichen planus, or pemphigus.


A diagnosis of an autoimmune skin disease is suspected based upon identification of characteristic findings, a thorough clinical evaluation, and a detailed patient history. A diagnosis may be confirmed based upon a variety of specialized tests including blood tests or skin biopsy.


  • Fatigue

    Achy Muscles

    Swelling and Redness

    Low-grade Fever

    Numbness and Tingling in the Hands and Feet

    Skin Rashes


Treatment for autoimmune skin conditions may include topical medications, oral medications, infused or self-injected biologic medications.

Medications We Infuse

  • Remicade