Dissecting Cellulitis is a rare, chronic, inflammatory disease that occurs often in young patients, mostly men with dark skin. It starts with smaller lesions as simple folliculitis which turn into a painful nodules, pustules and abscesses. Nodules are often fluctuant and contain pus, though not infectious. Scarring alopecia develops over the nodules. Secondary bacterial infection (Staphylococcus aureus, Pseudomonas aeruginosa) may occur. The cause of this condition is still unknown.