Mostly found in women and usually appears as dark, brown/gray patches on the face. Sun exposure , skin color, and pregnancy can determine your chances of melasma.
Eczema can easily be mistaken as just dry skin and although moisturizers can sometimes help this condition, there are other options that could be more effective. Eczema can show as dry/chapped, scaly, or inflamed skin. If you have itching or burning, it might be beneficial to seek out a specialist.
Moles are common and can often be harmless, but a change to a mole or a new one appearing can be the first sign of melanoma. If you have a mole that is itching, bleeding, growing, or changing in any way; immediately make an appointment with a specialist.
There are many variations of psoriasis. About 80%-90% of people that have psoriasis, have plaque psoriasis. Plaque psoriasis usually appears as thick, dry, scaly skin and is common on the elbows and knees.
Some signs of rosacea is redness in the face, sensitive skin, or thickening of the skin. It can even occur on the chest, neck, and back. Check with a specialist to discuss treatment options.