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Dr. Philip Chao
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My butt dark and rough skin what's the treatment?

My butt dark and rough skin what's the treatment?

Derm/photo: this issue requires direct visualization and examination. I suggest seeing your dermatologist or PCP for identification or upload a photo of this area. ...Read more

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Dr. Philip Chao
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What are remedies for rough skin?

What are remedies for rough skin?

Many options: I would consullt a dermatologist.

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Dr. Anthony Sclafani
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How do I fix rough skin on my face?

How do I fix  rough skin on my face?

Rough Facial Skin: There are a number of ways to address rough facial skin, including topical tretinoin, chemical peels, ipl, lasers or dermal filler injections, among others. A physician with proper training and experience in treating facial skin problems can make the best recommendation after evaluating your skin. ...Read more

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Dr. Mohammed Parvez
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Dr. Otto Placik
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I have very rough skin and some acne, my age is 27 and i stay in india, my skin look like old men can you suggest best face wash and cream?

Where? Why? When?: There are several more questions that need to be asked and answered prior to providing a definitive answer. Rough skin is generally due to hyperkeratosis and this can generally be treated with exfoliation. Retin- a is an excellent product as well to control oily skin. However first determine the cause and then definitive recommendations can be made. Start with your internist or dermatologist. ...Read more

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Dr. Otto Placik
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Dull and rough skin issue with white heads and acne skinorean cream and isotrex gel used a year before i do not use any cream/lotion/makeup on my face?

Dull and rough skin issue with white heads and acne
skinorean cream and isotrex gel used a year before
i do not use any cream/lotion/makeup on my face?

See dermatologist: Acne is a complex disease with many causes and many treatments that will require a thorough evaluation and may require multiple trials of different medications to find the bat unique prescription for you. It is not a simple solution. ...Read more

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Dr. George Yang
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What can I do to help smooth my rough skin?

What can I do to help smooth my rough skin?

Start non-invasive: Start with medical grade skincare such as obagi nu-derm. This skincare kit uses several methods of known methods which helps to rejuvenate the skin. When we are children, our cheeks are naturally smooth. As we get older, the skin gets rougher, and we tend to use moisturizer. The system uses retin-a, an exfoliant, hydroquinone, and sunblock in combination to get the key ingredients fully absorbed. ...Read more

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Dr. Otto Placik
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What can I do about my constant rough skin?

What can I do about my constant  rough skin?

Where? Why? When?: There are several more questions that need to be asked and answered prior to providing a definitive answer. Rough skin is generally due to hyperkeratosis and this can generally be treated with exfoliation. However first determine the cause and then definitive recommendations can be made. Start with your internist or dermatologist. ...Read more

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