Dermatologists specialize in treating conditions of the skin, hair and nails, and there are a number of reasons why you might want to visit one. Arguably the most popular reason people seek out dermatological counsel is because of acne on their face, chest or back. But that doesn't mean that being acne-free somehow disqualifies you from seeing a dermatologist. Keep reading below to discover three great reasons to see your local dermatologist as soon as possible.
13 February 2017
Skin cancer can be a serious problem. If you spend too much time out in the sun without any kind of protection, the UV rays can cause your body to start producing cancer cells. Skin cancer generally takes the form of basal cell carcinoma. It can be sneaky as well and not necessarily show until it's in an advanced stage. So, what are some signs that you may have basal cell carcinoma?
16 December 2016
Every woman has hair on their face and body. This hair is light in color and very fine. However, it becomes a problem when you get unwanted and excessive hair. This condition is called hirsutism. Hirsutism is when you get a peach fuzz on your face. The difference is the texture of the hair. It is usually dark and coarse. This hair grows on a woman's face, chest, back and arms.
14 July 2016
When you have a rosacea and your skin breaks out badly, it's not uncommon to feel embarrassed and defeated. But you don't have to hide inside and wait for your skin to calm down. Try these natural remedies to ease your rosacea breakout and get back to feeling like yourself much sooner. Eat foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids. Omega-3 fatty acids are known for their ability to reduce inflammation in the body.
12 July 2016
There is no avoiding the growth of unwanted facial hair, but that doesn't mean you have to live with it, especially if you have sensitive skin. Those with sensitive skin shy away from hair removal products because it irritates their skin and makes them break out in an embarrassing rash. Luckily, there are two hair removal recipes that are made with all natural and common household ingredients. These ingredients are perfect for removing unwanted facial hair on those who have sensitive skin.
12 July 2016
Your skin is one of the busiest organs in your entire body, taking hits constantly from external threats like the sun and the many chemicals used in skin care products. Giving your skin with what it needs to provide you with the best protection is vital. Follow these tips for feeding your skin the nutrients it craves and needs to be its best. Vitamin E Is A Strong Antioxidant One of the most important nutrients you can provide for your skin is Vitamin E because it works to protect from the sun's damaging UV rays.
12 July 2016
If you want to get botox, there are a few things that you need to do to ensure that the process goes smoothly for you. #1 Let Your Doctor Know What You Are Looking For The first thing you need to do is let your doctor know what you are looking for. Let your doctor know what type of botox you want to have performed. Let your doctor know what you are looking to get out of having botox done.
5 July 2016
Have you suffered from acne for several years? Although dealing with blemishes and blackhead is frustrating, there are some steps you can take to start clearing your face and getting the skin you have always wanted. Control the Oil on Your Skin Your breakouts may be caused by an excessive amount of oil on your skin. If you have the type of skin that gets oily only a few minutes after washing your face with a gentle cleanser, it is important to always use oil-blotting sheets.
1 July 2016
If you have acne, battling the pimples every day is frustrating. How do you stop the battle and finally get your acne under control? There are some at home methods you can try before going to a dermatologist. Here are four dermatology tips for acne: 1. Clean your skin frequently, but gently. Wash your face at least twice a day with an alcohol-free soap for sensitive skin. You should also wash your face after you sweat to remove perspiration that can clog your pores.
30 June 2016
Favre-Racouchot syndrome is a benign dermatological condition that is associated with long-term sun exposure. The condition typically occurs on the face and can include obvious clusters of blackheads, wrinkles, and cysts. Since the condition most likely appears as you age, early sun protection is critical for preventing skin concerns later in life. Minimize Sun Exposure Using sun protectant factor (SPF) 30 or higher is the standard for reducing the harmful effects from the sun's rays.
23 June 2016