Don't be shy; melanoma isn't, and finding it early could save your life. To that end, our education team has developed this helpful guide to self-screening. Follow the steps each month and pay attention to moles or spots that change shape, size or color. Know the ABCDEguide of melanoma. See something unusual? Make an appointment with a dermatologist as soon as possible.
When it comes to skincare do’s and don’ts, we like to think
we’ve got it all under control. Pointers such as ‘do take your makeup off
before bed’ and ‘don’t use hand soap as a facial cleanser’ are mantras, widely
known and rehearsed by us all. However, these are not the only tips that we
should know about the health of our skin.
First, make sure that you are visiting the write medical practitioner. A primary care physician is
not as specialized as a Dermatologist. If there are any doubts about diagnosis
of a primary care physician, make an appointment with a Dermatologist or your
physician may refer you to a Dermatologist. Don’t be fooled by so-called
Dermatologist. There are far too many therapists advertising themselves
as dermatologists out there. Dermatologists are doctors who, after their
general medical University degree, have completed a formal higher specialist
training in dermatology. Don’t feel afraid to ask for credentials of the
A facial may do more harm …