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Eosinophils is 0.6 thou/cu mm, a cac was conducted due to leisons on my skin. I also have memory loss, hot flashes, joint pain and fatigue. Any idea's?
Several Ways: Thorough cleansing without drying is important on a regular basis. You should also do exfoliation two to three times per week. After cleansing or exfoliating, moisturizing is essential. Quality skin care products also provide alpha-hydroxy acids to achieve a chemical exfoliation/peel as well. The most important thing, however, is avoidance of uv exposure. Use sunscreen daily. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Healthy living : Eating healthy, drinking water for hydration, avoiding excessive sun exposure, not smoking will help you keep the natural glow longer in addition to good genes. If the skin has aged and list it's luster, topical retin-a, glycolic acid and vitamin c will help you regain the youthful skin. Good luck from nyc. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Really depends: on your skin type and what damage you have, see dermatologist ...Read more
Exercise no help: Unfortunately exercise is of no help to get the skin to shrink back up. Whether or not it shrinks is dependent on your age and the amount of weight you have to lose as well as the quality of your skin. In a young person a compression type garment may help the skin shrink up some but the amount of shrinking is limited. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Rash?: Is there anaccompaning rash? Isolated itching can be from the outside dry skin, cold, exercise or an irritation. From the inside due to medications, renal, or liver issues. Hydrocortisone cream, saran lotion, calamine, aloe vera can all offer temporary reilef. Need more info for a more specific answer. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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