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Best Skin Care Products Recommended By Dermatologists
Yes: The skin product companies have dermatologists evaluate and approve the products. It doesn't mean that all dermatologists recommend the products, it just means that some dermatologists recommend them. ...Read more
Oily skin may be do to hormones and over aggressive washing of the skin. At times, when the skin is dried from soap and washing vigorously the oil glands become irritated and secrete more oil.
Try a cleanser rather than soap, a good moisture cream and at times glycolic acids work, too.
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May someone recommend the best skin dermatologist in south jersey, new jersey, the best md board certified please? Thanks.
There are many excellent dermatologists in southern nj. One choice is; warren r. Heymann, md. His website is
http://www. Hmgderm. Com/. His address is: 100 brick road, suite 306, marlton, new jersey, 08053
the office number is: (856) 596-0111. ...Read more
My three year old girl has some kind of eczema (itchy skin and rash). What kind of doctor should I take her to see to save my time and money and get best result for my girl, a pediatrician, a dermatologist, a family doctor, a hospital, or someplace else?
Pediatrician: How about starting with your child's pediatrician? He or she is likely to be very experienced in treating eczema in children as this is a very common skin problem. If your pediatrician feels it is medically necessary, he/she may subsequently refer you to a dermatologist if necessary. ...Read more
The ones that work: For you. Some options for lotions that work include aquafor, calendula, olive oil, jojoba oil, shea butter, coconut oil. Arbonne and burts beesmakes some great products. Using mild skin care products and organic ones are probably the best choices. Often there are food allergies associated so find out what triggers you can be helpful. Chinese medicine herbals can also help a lot. ...Read more
What are the best skin care products to preserve young looking skin per price point (expensive, moderate, cheap)?
Physician Prescribed: Without mentioning any brand names as I don't believe this is the forum for that sort of thing. I would strongly recommend a prescription-based product line. I have been using it on my patients for over fifteen years and have not found another line with as good results. It uses tretinoin and hydroquinone as it's main ingredients. Ask your plastic surgeon or derm if they carry it, you will be happy. ...Read more
I have a skin problem. My dermatologist says it's chronic follicolitis. I have it for more than a decade already. What's the best drug for this?
Mild topicals: You can try a mild topical steroid cream over the affected area such as bethamethasone two times a day for two weeks. This should calm the area of inflammation. Then you can simply apply to area2-3 times a week (once a day) to prevent a new flare up please beware of typical steroid side effects such as discoloration, our thinning of skin in affected area just to name a few. ...Read more
I have seen girls wear avacado as mascera for ther skin does it really work what does a dermatologist recomend for the skin?
Avocado seed oil: See nick perricone for a dermatologist advice for skin. Avocado seed oil is used as mascara on eye lashes but also as a topical oil on scalp and skin. Certainly not generally harmful and you can see for yourself if it has beneficial effects. If it causes a rash discontinue. ...Read more
What cleansers do dermatologists recommend for oily skin? Non drying that will remove makeup as well. Any price range
Best defolients for skin? I can't afford a dermatologist I hav bad acne and just want a great OTC brand to get dead skin off top layer of my skin
Benzoyl peroxide: Exfoliating acne is best done with benzoyl peroxide. It's effective and well tolerated for most people. Start with a low strength and increase if needed. With stubborn acne, add a second product with a different active ingredient, such as salicylic acid, alpha-hydroxy acid, or sulfur. All exfoliate well. Don't waste money on expensive stuff, get a house brand from any good pharmacy. ...Read more
For a dermatologist. Would you recommend using coconut oil to help clear acne prone skin? Does it help or is that a myth?
Dermatologists: currently, what is the most long lasting proven filler for deep forehead wrinkles that doesn't result in nodules under the skin?
Weaken muscle first: When dealing with horizontal forehead lines, it is recommended to first weaken the forehead with some botox. The wrinkles are caused by active muscle motion, so even if you put filler in there, the lines will still show because the frontalis muscle can contract. First have your forehead injected and wait until the Botox works. Then you can use a softer ha filler like belotero or juvederm ultra. ...Read more
What is the life span of pantoea on the skin? My dermatologist swabbed my cystic acne and this bacteria was the result. Did it cause the acne?
Uncertain: Pantoea (Enterobacter) agglomerans is a gram negative bacteria which is is found on plants, in soil and feces and occasionally causes human infection. Of the 1000 species of bacteria that can be found on skin, Pantoea is much less commonly found than several other bacteria. I couldn't find reference to it causing acne but it's possible. Since bacteria multiply there is no "life span" as such. ...Read more
I’m pregnant and have a cyst on my lip that keeps popping and filling up. Red around a yellowish Center. Dermatologist can’t get me in for another month. Months ago it was underneath the skin. Best home treatment?
Leave alone: Honestly, I would probably just leave it alone and let it run its course until you see a dermatologist. The more you mess with it, the more inflamed and irritated it will become. ...Read more
Go natural: Try pangea products. They are plant based (not weird chemicals), organic, vegan, cruelty-free, gluten-free and fairtrade. The high antioxidant content found in these products supports collagen retention, helps stimulate micro-circulation, gently purifies, brightens skin tone and helps prevent discoloration and moisture loss. Http://www. Pangeaorganics. Com/buffalo. ...Read more
OK TO USE TOGETHER: It is ok if that's what you want to use for your skin. ...Read more
Aloe vera, oils: Skin is a barriers that breaks down when it is dry. Application of aquaphor or vaseline, as light layers, minimize drying from too much water or wind. There are many effective creams, but the best have oils such as vitamin e, camomille, sesame oil, or gels such as aloe vera. Avoid perfumes in products which alter the pH and decrease efficacy of ingredients. Io. ...Read more
Natural products: Healthtap Doctors are asked not to endorse specific brands or product lines. ...Read more
Vanicream: Fragrance-free moisturizers like Vanicream, Cetaphil, Eucerin and Aquaphor are all good options. Uses 1-2 times per day, best time to apply is right after getting out of shower. Avoid harsh and drying cleansers, such as Ivory, Irish Spring, or Lever 2000. I like Dove white bar. ...Read more
Maybe: Try pangea products. They are plant based (not weird chemicals), organic, vegan, cruelty-free, gluten-free and fairtrade. The high antioxidant content found in these products supports collagen retention, helps stimulate micro-circulation, gently purifies, brightens skin tone and helps prevent discoloration and moisture loss. Http://www. Pangeaorganics. Com/buffalo. ...Read more
NO: You are likely to find that you are paying a high price for products similar to things available in stores. ...Read more
Here are a few: I would avoid parabens (preservatives that are widely used and have been found in low levels in breast cancer), xenoestrogens (foreign Estrogens that have estrogenic effects on living organisms) or carcinogens (such as sodium lauryl sulfate that is often found in cleansers and toothpaste). ...Read more
Skin products: There are several reputable manufacturers. Such a gross generalization can't be made. ...Read more
Do the cosmetics and skin care products produced from dead sea really work and that much different from others?
YES, many...: Unfortunately there is absolutely no regulation of what companies can put into skin care products, and the chemicals in those products are absorbed into our bloodstreams and can wind up in breast milk. The list of common toxins is too numerous to list here so I advise you go to http://www. Ewg. Org/skindeep/, a fantastic resource for checking on the safety & toxicity of virtually all skin products. ...Read more
I figured im allergic to cammomile after having a minor reaction while drinking tea. Should I avoide cammomile in my skin care products?
Use cautiously: It is possible the tea was contaminated with mold or something int he paper tea bag was bothering you. If you use a care product with chamomile and don't react to it there is no reason to avoid it. ...Read more