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How can I monitor myself for potential skin problems?
As a woman, you are prone to some skin conditions that men simply aren’t. You have an extra set of things to be aware of. Especially as you age, it is increasingly important to monitor yourself for new lesions, pigmentation issues, and anything that you notice that seems to be abnormal. Whereas the underlying cause may be as minor as a pimple, it could also be as significant as the following:
Regardless of your age, having a high-quality skincare routine should be a vital part of your daily
routine. The skin on your face is the most sensitive on your entire body and it takes the most damage from the elements as it is almost never covered up. Your dermatologist can determine the key focuses of your skincare routine as some people need to focus more on pigmentation and others need to focus on under eye dark circles!
What are the best products for every skin type?
Everybody has different kinds of skin. There are, however, four main types:
How can I treat my discoloration?
If you are experiencing discoloration, you first need to determine the underlying cause of the discoloration. In order to do this, you need to see a dermatologist. They are the ones trained and they can tell you if the reason is something to be concerned about (such as a skin pigmentation disorder) and what the best steps in resolving it would be.
Are there any new procedures for skin maintenance?
Technology is ever-changing. There are always advances in skincare and skin maintenance and your dermatologist can tell you what new options are best for you!
Whether it’s your first or your 31st visit to the dermatologist, you should always be asking the above questions. The last thing you want is to get out the office with no idea of why you’re there. It wastes your time and their time! Be prepared and ask all the questions you need to!
Important Things Women Need to Ask Their Dermatologist
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