shows up as coin-shaped red plaques and is typically seen on the legs, hands, arms, and torso. This condition is more common in men than in women, and the peak age of onset is between 55 and 65 years old. Living in a dry environment or taking frequent very hot showers can cause & aggravate this condition.Atopic Dermatitis
, or eczema, is the condition when the skin starts to itch, scale, swell, and sometimes blister. This type of eczema usually runs hereditary and is can often be associated with allergies, asthma, and stress. We look for defects in the skin barrier which allows moisture out and germs in and results in a more aggravated case if not properly treated.Seborrheic Dermatitis
is seen in infants and is called cradle cap dermatitis. This consists of greasy, yellowish or reddish scaling on the scalp, face, or genitals. When on the face, it is typically on or by the eyebrows or along the sides of the nose and can aggravated by stress. For adults with seborrheic dermatitis on the scalp it is the same as dandruff.