What is Dermatosis?
Dermatosis is a general term that refers to a disease of the skin. It include a range of skin conditions, the cause of which are very diverse, dermatosis can be genetically determined or acquired through environmental factors. The most common causes are allergies, autoimmune reactions, bacterial and fungal infections, parasites (mites, lice, scabies) and viruses (e.g. herpes).
The most frequent skin diseases
The most common skin diseases are Atopic Dermatitis (AD), Skin mycoses, Psoriasis and Seborrheic Dermatitis. Special care also needs to be given to very dry and sensitive skin as well as children’s skin.
How It Works
The Skin & Its Layers
Skin problems are associated with the skin’s individual layers – the epidermis and dermis, subcutaneous tissue, as well as sebaceous, sweat glands, hair follicles and nails.