I am new to this forum - sorry if I ramble!!
My Dad is 73 and was diagnosed at age 68. Dad always had very smooth skin for his age with no wrinkles. As he got into his sixties he developed very greasy skin on the face and even started getting spots. When he was about 67 his finger on his right had started to swell and within 6 months he was experiencing tremor. When I started looking into parkinsons symptoms greasy skin came up alot. As the Parkinsons has got worse so has his skin. His face and neck are often covered in huge whitehead boils and spots which are very painful. Can anyone else relate to this? Any idea why this happens?