Dermatological skin conditions
Dermatological skin conditions are a large number of clinical manifestations that can affect between 30% and 70% of the population worldwide, and they can vary greatly in symptoms and severity. In the United States, they can affect one in every three Americans, and in 2013, skin diseases were responsible for $ 75 billion in costs to the healthcare system. In Europe, more than 40% of the population has already reported some kind of skin condition. Some of these conditions can present more or less impact on the quality of life of different individuals, and their knowledge is of high importance to determine the diagnosis, as well as the adequate treatment, both professional and home care. Acne, rosacea, dermatitis, and hyperpigmentation are among the most common ones, and they can affect the patient simultaneously, or as a consequence of each other.