Most common skin disorders
Seborrhea (also known as seborrhoeic dermatitis) is a condition of excess or a decrease in sebum secretion. When there is excess in production of sebum, this skin disorder is called only seborrhea. The symptoms include a greasy scalp, the occurrence of yellowish dandruff flakes and greasy-looking hair soon after hair wash. In case there is lack in the production of sebum, this skin disorder is called dry seborrhea. Symptoms include occurrence of dandruff, formation of moist tiny wounds in the scalp, loss of hair gloss and wellness. The causes of this disorder may include stress, poor nutrition, and hormonal imbalance.
Psoriasis is a chronic and genetic skin disorder with symptoms of inflammation and patches covered with silvery scales. Even though psoriasis is a congenital disease, it can appear at any age due to factors that can provoke it: severe disease, changes in hormonal balance (adolescence, pregnancy), severe nerve strain or stress.
Perioral dermatitis is a chronic and recurring facial rash caused by exposure to sun rays, application of certain cosmetic products, hair follicle mites, and infections.Neurodermatitis (atopic dermatitis) is a condition of chronic skin disorder with the symptoms of inflammation causing itching and rashes. During time it can develop into a bacterial infection with pustules. Neurodermatitis can be provoked by food, environmental or contact allergens, skin infections and skin triggers, or climate and stress.