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What to do if I have a skin condition that my dermatologist can't pin-point. could anyone help me please?
What do you suggest if I have a skin condition that my dermatologist can't pin-point. Could anyone help me please?
Sensitive skin: 1. Hydrate well with water. 2. Avoid lengthy or hot showers. 3. Use sunscreen consistently. 4. Avoid harsh or deodorant soaps - think hypoallergenic & unscented. 5. Only need frequent soap/cleanser on areas that are dirty, oily or create body odor. 6. Use moisturizer as needed. 7. Aim for 8 hours of sleep per night. 8. Maintain a healthy diet. ...Read more
I have a mark on chest i recently got, and it doesn't feel like my skin, its brown, what could it be? and should i get it checked by a dermatologist?
Depends: It depends if they are male or female. I rarely use anything on my skin except soap and water and sun avoidance by long sleeve shirts and long pants (even when gardening or at the beach) and a hat. Sunscreen on exposed areas when outside. My wife, who is a dermatologist specializing in cosmetic concerns of women uses many different creams and lotions on her skin but i don't pay attention to them. ...Read more
How long does a standard/detailed full skin exam last ? How does the process goes and what do the dermatologist check ?
The simple answer: is yes they certainly can, and so can most family physicians. ...Read more
Sun: Do not smoke, avoid the sun and avoid trauma. ...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
How to clear acne scaring? It's the brown level with skin scaring i don't want to go to the dermatologist
Forgive my frankness: If you're got scarring, your acne has already been neglected for too long. Acne that scars won't respond to non-prescription medications. You're now a grown woman. Your acne scars and persistent disease are a sign of poor self-care that will be noted as job interviews. Get with your personal physician and/or a skin specialist. ...Read more
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