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.
22 September 2015
Warts are nothing more than a home for specific types of viruses that have made your skin their habitat, but it is a dwelling that is quite unsightly. There are a few natural options for you to try that your dermatologist can suggest. But, there are also two natural options that you can consider that are also quite inexpensive. 1. The Clay Solution Warts are the result of a virus infection within an opening in your skin such as a cut that result in a single or cluster-like white formation atop of your skin.
9 September 2015
Both children and adults can suffer from acne outbursts, and if over-the-counter acne solutions are not working for you it may be time to see a dermatologist. Here are some of the steps a dermatologist will go through to diagnose and cure your acne. Determine the Severity of Acne The first thing that your doctor will do is to determine the severity of your acne. Acne can be graded on a scale from 1 to 4, with 1 being the mildest form and 4 being the most severe.
3 September 2015
Everyone wants to look their best, hence the many people going to visit a dermatologist for botox or other treatments, such as laser hair removal. However, not everyone is a good candidate for this procedure. Newer types of lasers make it so less-than-ideal candidates may be able to use this service, but it isn't guaranteed. Here are five factors that determine if you're a good candidate for laser hair removal.
2 September 2015
Actinic keratosis, also caused solar elastosis, is a pre-cancerous skin condition that results from excessive sun exposure. Here are four things you need to know about it. What are the signs of actinic keratosis? If you have actinic keratosis, you'll notice that you have scaly, red lesions on your skin. These lesions are likely to be located on your face, scalp, neck, or other parts of your body that get a lot of sun exposure, like your hands.