Psoriasis is a chronic skin condition that can be difficult to treat.Characterized by red plaques of skin with white scales, this disfiguring condition often appears on the knees, elbows, and scalp, though it can also occur on the torso, hand palms, and foot soles. Though there is no known cure, the condition is manageable with careful treatment and healthy lifestyle changes. Also, there are many new medications available to patients these days, that have made living with psoriasis much easier!

Seborrhea is characterized as a red, itchy, scaly rash, which is usually located on the scalp. However, it can also show up on the face (around the nose, eyelids, and ears) and on the body (around the navel, under skin folds of the arms, legs, and breasts, etc.). For some patients, their seborrhea may resolve itself in a matter of time. That said, it is usually a chronic condition that is manageable with proper medical treatment and good skin care habits.