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I have always been someone who is incredibly dedicated to protecting my appearance, which is one of the reasons I started visiting with my dermatologist in the first place. I wanted to be able to work with my doctor to keep my skin youthful and beautiful, and before I knew it, he was helping me with everything from wrinkles to adult acne. It has been really incredible to see just how much of a difference great dermatology has made for me, and now I can honestly say that I am committed to a lifetime of great skincare. Check out this website for awesome tips on dermatology.

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If You See Any Of These 6 Issues, Visit A Dermatologist
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If You See Any Of These 6 Issues, Visit A Dermatologist

People often make the mistake of thinking that treating skin care issues is a form of vanity. There are plenty of problems that call for skin care treatment as a matter of practicality and healthy, though. If you see any of these six skin problems, it's time for you to schedule a visit to a dermatologist's office. Color or Tone Changes in the Skin Aside from natural issues that come and go, such as pimples or seasonal skin color changes due to sunlight exposure, your skin shouldn't change tone or color. Read More 

How Rosacea Is Treated and What You Can Do to Help

Rosacea is a skin condition that plagues a lot of people, both the young and the old, men and women alike. Rosacea can appear differently in everyone depending on the stage of the condition and whether or not it is being treated. It usually shows up on the cheeks, nose, and forehead, but if it is left untreated, it can begin to affect your eyes and your eyesight. This is why it's so important to have it diagnosed properly and treated appropriately. Read More