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How can I cover-up my lupus lesions?
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Dr. Morris Westfried
Dermatology
2 doctors agree
In brief: Deramblend
First prevent progression of skin lesion with topical, oral and or intralesional medications.
As it is under control derma blend can be color customized for you. If lesions are inscribe facial lesion can be improved with fractionated erbium laser, but a test area must be done first.

In brief: Deramblend
First prevent progression of skin lesion with topical, oral and or intralesional medications.
As it is under control derma blend can be color customized for you. If lesions are inscribe facial lesion can be improved with fractionated erbium laser, but a test area must be done first.
Dr. Morris Westfried
Dr. Morris Westfried
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Dr. John Goldman
Internal Medicine - Rheumatology
In brief: Cover up cosmetics
There are cosmetics that can cover up skin lesions.
Sometimes laser cahelp remove skin lesions. There are aldo medications to treat systemic lupus that can also have an important effect on skin lesions. Besides corticosteroids, other medications such as Hydroxychloroquine and even been benlysta, (belimumab) cytotoxic drugs can sometimes clear up lupus skin lesions.

In brief: Cover up cosmetics
There are cosmetics that can cover up skin lesions.
Sometimes laser cahelp remove skin lesions. There are aldo medications to treat systemic lupus that can also have an important effect on skin lesions. Besides corticosteroids, other medications such as Hydroxychloroquine and even been benlysta, (belimumab) cytotoxic drugs can sometimes clear up lupus skin lesions.
Dr. John Goldman
Dr. John Goldman
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