Sometimes, moles are more than just moles
Taking care of your skin should be rewarding, but there are some disorders where even the best care isn't enough. If you've noticed that your face is breaking out in flaking red patches, it may be time to seek the help of a dermatologist. This condition is most likely seborrheic dermatitis, and it can be persistent without professional help. Read on to learn more about this disorder and what you can do about it:
If you suffer from acne, you might be tempted to try every known fad product and remedy under the sun to treat your acne. Unfortunately, most of these products contain rubbing alcohol. For some, rubbing alcohol is the only ingredient. Here is why rubbing alcohol should never be used on acne, and some other fake remedies busted.
Alcohol Severely Dries out the Skin
As any good dermatologist will tell you, rubbing alcohol dries out the skin.
Skin problems can come in a variety of types and severities, but it is a fairly routine problem for people to be poorly informed when it comes to these conditions. For those that are suffering from eczema, there are some false ideas that should be corrected so that you can better manage this condition.
Myth: You Can Spread Your Eczema To Others
Eczema can appear to be a very serious skin condition, and it is common for people to assume that skin conditions are always contagious.
Whether you suffer from a few blemishes or a full-blown adult acne, you know what it is like to feel self conscious about your skin. Fortunately, there are ways to help manage blemishes and enjoy clearer skin, but you want to make sure you don't make any of the following mistakes.
#1: Using the wrong over-the-counter treatments
Blemishes as an adult require an adult treatment. Using highly aggressive OTC acne treatments, which are usually formulated for puberty-induced teen acne, can make your adult acne worse.
Receiving a skin cancer diagnosis is a frightening thing. You'll have so many different thoughts going through your mind as you prepare for treatment. Not only will you need to prepare for the treatment itself, but you'll also need to prepare for the physical changes you'll experience during treatment. Some of the changes you'll experience will involve your skin, especially if your treatment involves chemotherapy or radiation. Here are three suggestions that will help you care for your skin during treatment.
Do you have a lot of moles on your body that you don't like the appearance of? Are some of your moles changing colors? Sometimes, moles are more than just moles. Do you know how to tell the difference? Do you know if the moles that bother you can be removed? I had three moles on my face that began to get larger as I got older. Around my 35th birthday, I went to see a dermatologist for help. There, I learned that moles can actually be signs of something more seriously wrong and how to identify moles that are more than just moles. Visit my website to find out what I learned.
Taking care of your skin should be rewarding, but …
If you suffer from acne, you might be tempted to t …
Skin problems can come in a variety of types and s …
Whether you suffer from a few blemishes or a full- …
Receiving a skin cancer diagnosis is a frightening …