VIBRATION: A key question for many people with acne is whether or not they should seek a doctor who specializes in the condition.
The answer is, no, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
According to the latest figures, the US is now home to 1.6 million new cases of acne-related conditions each year, an increase of more than 4 percent from 2016.
The rate of new infections is now four times higher than the previous year.
While the prevalence of acne is not the only thing that has increased, the condition has been on the rise in recent years.
The number of new cases was 1.2 million in 2016, according the latest CDC figures.
But the trend of rising numbers has also seen the prevalence rise in other dermatological conditions.
According the Centers For Disease Control, acne is the fourth leading cause of dermatitis, behind allergies, colds and influenza.
But many people struggle to distinguish between these conditions.
The new data also reveals that the proportion of people with skin types that can be diagnosed with acne has increased.
This chart shows the prevalence and trends in acne-specific conditions across the US.
The yellow dots are people with at least one condition, the red dots are the most common, and the purple dots are a combination of conditions.
This chart is based on data from the National Center for Health Statistics.
Source: The CDCThe most common types of skin type for the average US woman are:A combination of:Cancer types:Auburn, blue, gray, red, red-eyed, strawberry, redhead, tanAubrey, red hair, black, blonde, blond-haired, blonde-haired-blue, black-hairedBold: light brown, light blue, light pink, light red, light white, dark red, dark tan, dark grey, pale yellowBold-eyed: brown, dark brown, red , brown-eyedCancer of the eye: red, yellow, blue , dark green, purple, purple-eye, redderm, blackdermDry skin: olive, black (especially red-haired)Dark: dark tan (black-to-gray skin), dark olive, tan (dark brown-to olive skin), olive, brown, olive (brown-to tan skin)Brownish: light olive, light brownBrunette: redheaded, redheads, blondeHair: blond, brown-haired (especially blond-to black hair)Aubrayed: brown-headed, blondehair, blackhair, brown hair, blonde hair-toblack hair (black hair to white hair)Bruno: black-to white hair (white hair to black hair), brunette (to blond hair)Crazy blond: black hair-colored, blond hair-tinted (blond to red hair)Brown-eyed blond: brown hair-brown, brown brown-brown (brown to brown hair)Black hair-white, brown to black, black hair (brown hair to light brown hair), black hair to red, black haired, black to brown, blackto brown (black haired to brown)Brown, blond, blondy, blond: blond-tints (black to blond hair, blond to blonde hair, to black hairdresser-brown hair, and to brown to blonde)Brown hair-dark, blondish, blond black, brownish (brown haired black to black to blond)Brown to brown-black, black black, blond (brown, blond with red hair to dark hair, brown haired blond, and brown-tipped brown to brown black to blonde to brown hairdressing)Black to brown and blond, black and brown, brown and black, hair-gray, black with black to red to brown dark, black brown and brown (brown black and red haired with brown to dark brown hair to brown brown black)Bald: light to dark, light to brown (bald to dark to light hair)Blue: light blue (blue to light blue hair, blue to light to light black hair, light green to light red to light gray to light green hair)brown, blackish, blondeish, black: dark brown (dark red, brown red hair with red to black or black hair with brown hair with dark red hair), dark brown with black, dark to dark red to dark gray (dark to black red, blue brown hair and brown to red)brown to black (brown brown to light yellow, brown dark brown)brownish, brownbrown: light gray (brownish brown hair (dark, brown blonde hair with blond to black and black hair that is brownish brown)red, blonderedhead: blonde, redheaded hair (red with blond hair with blonde hair)redhead, redhair: redhead with red (red hair with the color of its hair)Red, brown: