I have chronic cystic acne. There are so many stories out there about the kinds of issues that cause serious acne, including stress and chocolate. I have a great relationship with my dermatologist and she is really helping me to properly manage my acne long term. It's important to be able to control my skin sensitivity for my confidence. I've noticed such an improvement in my skin condition since I have started treatment with this dermatologist. Some of her tips have been really easy to implement and have made a huge difference so I though I'd start a blog to share my progress.
Although skin cancer can be potentially deadly, early detection would give you greater chances at beating it. However, not many people know much about skin cancer leading to numerous myths surrounding this illness. The better informed you are about this disease, the better your chances of not developing it in the first place. The following are some skin cancer myths debunked.
Myth 1: Darker skin is immune to skin cancer [Read More]
Studies suggest that the average person with white skin has around 30 moles on their skin, but some people have hundreds of these markings. A mole is not normally harmful, and, in fact, scientists now believe that people with a lot of moles may actually age better than other people, but these skin markings can also increase the risk of skin cancer. Early detection of an anomaly can help people avoid dangerous conditions like skin cancer, but some people fail to take the right steps to self-examine their moles. [Read More]