Seven Of The Worst Things To Do Before A Dermatology Appointment

Posted on: 17 November 2021

It's important to know what you should and shouldn't do before a dermatology appointment. Making mistakes before a dermatology appointment can lead to frustrations when it comes to resolving your skin issues. The following are seven of the worst things to do before a dermatology appointment.  Having no pictures of past issues A lot of dermatology concerns come and go. If you're having a condition such as acne or a rash that might periodically disappear, it's important to take a picture of your skin while the condition is visible.
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Tips To Help You Recover After Spider Vein Treatment

Posted on: 22 July 2021

'Spider veins' is a term used to describe blood vessels that become twisted, making them very prominent and easy to see through the skin. While spider veins, which are often found on the legs or face, usually do not cause pain, many people do not like how they look. The good news is that spider veins can be treated and removed by a doctor. Spider vein treatment has very good outcomes, but like most medical procedures it does have a recovery period.
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When Your Makeup Causes Mayhem: How To Deal With A Sudden Case Of Cosmetic-Induced Contact Dermatitis

Posted on: 12 November 2020

Contact dermatitis is a condition that causes a red, sometimes itchy, and always annoying rash. The irritation could be caused by contact, such as from a fabric that causes friction against your skin, or by allergy, meaning your immune system rejects a substance as foreign, invasive, or otherwise unacceptable. When cosmetics are the culprit, it's your face at stake; thus, you want to know right away how to deal with your particular case of contact dermatitis.
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What Are Varicose And Spider Veins?

Posted on: 25 March 2019

Spider veins and varicose veins are very similar, but not quite exactly the same thing, though they have the same causes, and they can have the same treatments. So, what are the differences between them? Causes The veins in your legs, those which carry the blood back up to your body, have to fight gravity to get back to your heart. In order to fight that, those veins have special valves that open and shut to help pump the blood.
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