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Facial Skin Moles
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FACIAL WARTS: Facial warts, actually called "flat warts, " are sometimes difficult to eliminate. Dermatologists usually freeze them off with liquid nitrogen. (i do not recommend that you try this yourself!) there are some prescription products that are being used for these and your dermatologist will know about them. Sometimes castor oil, on a q-tip, rubbed in gently a couple of times a day may help. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Exfoliation is the most common form of rejuvenation and good to start early. However, there are other treatments that become more aggressive depending upon age and the result that you would like to achieve. ...Read more
Temporarily: Unfortunately, only temporarily.Get a more detailed answer ›
YES!: Yes, the products you use on your hair can cause breakout on your forehead especially if they are oily products. Discontinue using these products. ...Read more
Uneven sun exposure: Normal skin responses to sunlight exposure--more exposure, it gets darker by producing more melanin. Thus areas covered by clothing is always lighter. Arms typically remain darkest parts of body. Private areas are often lightest because they are under covers most of time (for most of us anyway :-)). I am not sure if this is what u are asking. If not, repost your question. Good luck. ...Read more
Which one?: "skin tags" usually refers to papillomas- common growths around the eyes and sometimes on the neck and elsewhere. They are elevated off the skin + look like microscopic cauliflower. They sometimes have a narrow stalk at the base. They are like a wart; caused by virus. Cholesterol deposits occur as yellow slightly raised patches on the inner parts of the upper lid- called xanthelasma. Both benign. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Various: Jergens makes a good one called soft shimmer radiance moisturizer. Clean and clear makes a line called "morning glow." aveeno (oatmeal) positively radiant facial cleanser gives you an instant glow. Yes to carrots body lotion /body butter. Mario badescu seaweed night cream works great overnight! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends on how bad: A sunburn is just that, a burn. Burns can be classified as 1st, 2nd, or 3rd degree. A mild sunburn, 1st degree, will get red and sore but will probably heal without scarring. A severe sunburn is like a 2nd degree burn with blistering of the skin. This more often can lead to freckling or scarring. Overexposure to the sun, regardless of burning, increases your risk of skin cancer later in life. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes and No: Skin rejuvenation takes on many forms. Chemical peels, microdermabrasion, dermabrasion, ablative and non-ablative laser resurfacing can all be classified as skin rejuvenation methods. Also, topical "cosmeceuticals" like tretinoin, vitamin c, antioxidants and others can also help with skin rejuvination. Lots of options out there, so see a dermatologist or plastic surgeon for help. ...Read more
Not likely: It might become more prominent.Get a more detailed answer ›
No: chemical peels work on different cellular structures that hold the cells together so there is no resistance developed. However you may become more tolerant of the burning thus the peels seem milder. If your peel isn't working try a different brand or type ...Read more
Teenage advice: With pregnancy your hormones are producing the same sebaceous facial oils as when you were in early puberty, so the advice is the same for both. Wash your face frequently to remove the oils, dirt, and makeup to avoid acne with a mild soap such as Dove or Caress. The delivery will affect a "cure". ...Read more
Moles : There are no effective home remedies for mole or nevi removal. Without proper surgical removal the mole is more likely to become infected or scar if home remedies are attempted. The mole also should be removed by a dermatologist who would send the specimen for pathological evaluation. ...Read more
Not usually: A mole is a collection of skin pigment cells that are usually dark but not always. The base of the mole extends the full depth of the skin so to completely remove it a minor surgery is usually necessary. In most cases the final scar is less visible than the mole itself. Simply shaving the mole off flush with the skin is not effective. Non-surgical treatments may fade a mole but not remove them. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Nothing is absolute!: No, it is not absolutely necessary, however, it is a very good thing to do. The skin needs to moisturized and hydrated to stay in it's most healthy form. Without this, one will see changes such as wrinkles, dryness, looseness, sagging, and other features you may find undesirable. To answer---hydrate, hydrate, hydrate! drink plenty of water and lock in moisture to the skin with moisturizers. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I am 62 year old indian woman. Over last 4/5 months my neck and facial skin has darkened. Hormone level is normal?
My facial skin breaks out really bad while on sun holidays, have tried antihistamine but it still breaks out, i try and keep face out of sun?
I am a 45 year old african american woman. I took isotretnoin (30mg tid) for 2 weeks and my facial skin darkened 3 shades. I stopped...Help!
Hyperpigmentation: What you have is postinflammatory hyper pigmentation meaning that skin irritation causes increased pigment. Isotretinoin causes increased sun sensitivity which could also cause increase in pigment in your skin. Treatment is with prescription bleaching cream called hydroquinone. ...Read more
How long does it take for facial skin to recover from an allergic reaction after a daily 3 month exposure to the allergen after first reaction?
I have been using topiclear skin lightener for the past 3 weeks on my face. Does it cause moles to form? I've noticed new tiny moles on my face
I have some sort of white pores deep in my facial skin. While pressing them a white substance is released, what is this and how do I get rid of it?
Comedones: Plugs of sebum (skin oil) in the duct leading from the oil gland to the skin surface. Often inflamed. Everybody has a few. They vary in size and number. If exposed to air long enough the sebum becomes oxidized to a dark color, a "blackhead". Ok to squeeze out. Somebody is sure to warn you sternly to never squeeze, but everybody squeezes their zits, and they heal nicely after the are cleaned out. T. ...Read more
Could daily application of kenecomb ointment to facial skin cause permanent damage to collagen synthesis with prolonged use? Prolonged being 8 months.
Age 26, male. Problem - sudden appearance of lots of black moles (black coloured flat dots) on face and body. Also my neck skin is darkened. Pls help?
Dermatologist: See a dermatologist to make sure these are benight lesions. The doc can recommend diagnostic and therapeutic options. ...Read more
I am a srilankan, aged 17 with normal skin type. Please suggest a home remedy or product to lighten facial skin without harming my skin in any way?
I have this big lump under the skin on the right side of my facial skin by my chin. The skin is reddish on top. The part under the surface feels huge?
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