After I started working full time, I realized that the stress wasn't doing nice things to my skin. Instead of my typical glowing appearance, I was left with splotchy, uncomfortable, pimple-ridden skin. I didn't like how it looked or felt, which is why I decided to see about visiting a dermatologist. It was amazing to see how well he cared for me after I went. He felt my skin, gave me some advice on daily cleaning, and talked with me about which medications might help. I was absolutely blown away with how much of an improvement he helped me to achieve. This blog is all about the wonders of modern day dermatology.
18 January 2017
Getting moles removed while at the dermatologist is a fairly routine procedure. Your dermatologist is likely going to remove moles that are either potentially cancerous for you, moles that are unsightly that you want removed, or moles that you constantly get caught on things or accidentally get scratched off. Even though having these moles removed is quick and easy, you are still going to have a recovery process. This article is going to discuss 3 tips for recovering from mole removal.
5 October 2016
One of the best medical professionals that you have at your disposal is a dermatologist because there is a wide range of different conditions that he or she will be able to treat. Listed below are two reasons to make an appointment with a dermatologist. Skin Cancer Screenings By far the most important reason to make an appointment with a dermatologist as soon as possible is to get a skin cancer screening.
9 August 2016
When you have sensitive skin, you have to be extra careful gentle with it and choose the right skincare products. If you make one wrong move, your skin could get red and irritated. Having sensitive skin can be frustrating at times, but you can learn how to take better care of your complexion. Here are five helpful tips for dealing with sensitive skin: Check the Ingredients on Skincare Products If your skin is sensitive, it is best to choose skincare products with as few ingredients as possible.
21 June 2016
Moles are more than just spots on your skin. Each one is a potential health hazard. While most moles remain benign spots on your body, others can develop into cancerous growths. Because of that danger, you need to know how to identify the moles on your body. Here's what you need to know about doing self-check mole inspections. Know What Your Body Looks Like If you've never done a self-check for moles before, you might not know what your body looks like.
18 April 2016
Skin cancer can affect anyone, but the number of young adults and even teenagers with skin cancer is ever increasing. Thanks to modern methods of treatment, skin cancer can be removed in most cases, but if left untreated, it can be deadly. When it comes to young people, there are several factors that can contribute to the problem, and tanning beds are certainly one of the main causes. Recent legislation has been considered in many states to help regulate the use of tanning beds for those under the age of eighteen and to provide better oversight of tanning salons.