You should visit a professional makeup artist who can compound a specific blend of foundation to camouflage the white areas to blend in with your surrounding skin. Look for a foundation and setting powder to help it last all day, even through swimming.
It sounds like you are having a rash related to excess sweat and moisture collecting under your breast folds. Try putting cornstarch or an absorbent powder under your breast folds before putting on your bra. If the problem persists, see a dermatologist.
Hi there, because your dermatologist prescribed the Sun Spray Transparent SPF 50, he or she probably believes you need strong sun protection on your face. We advise not spraying directly onto the face since the lotion can get into your mouth or eyes that way. We suggest spraying into your hands first and then rubbing onto exposed parts of your face to avoid contact with your mouth or eyes. You might also consider the Sun Fluid Mattifying Lotion SPF 50 which is more appropriate for the face.
It is difficult for me to determine what these salt crystals coming from your skin are. It’s not uncommon for people to get little inclusions within scar tissue, but I would recommend that you have a dermatologist evaluate and diagnose your condition in person.
Hi there, we’re glad to hear that Intensive Repair helped your keratosis pilaris. We’re not sure why your dermatologist did not suggest trying our lotion, but as a dermatologist recommended brand we do pride ourselves in our effectiveness in helping to treat many skin issues. You might be interested in trying our New Professional Repair Lotion, which we’ve found to also work well in treating keratosis pilaris. You can sign up to get a $2 coupon off this product on our website: http://www.scienceofskinrepair.com/
Thank you for your question. It is difficult for me to make a recommendation without seeing you in person. I’d recommend getting a second opinion from a board certified dermatologist in person.
Sunscreen is paramount for any anti-aging strategy. It is important to avoid the sun during peak sun hours (10 AM and 4 PM) and wear protective clothing when possible. I would recommend using the Q10 Anti-Wrinkle Creme at night and the Q10 Anti Wrinkle Lotion with SPF 15 during the day. They are formulated with Coenzyme Q10, which occurs naturally in the body to defend against the aging process. Check the store locator on EucerinUS.com to find it near you. For your arms, you can use Eucerin Daily Protection Moisturizing Body Lotion SPF 15. You can also consult with a cosmetically focused dermatologist to discuss other treatment options.
If you have already seen a dermatologist and the dermatologist was uncertain about what these bumps were, I’d recommend you have a biopsy taken of one of these lesions to get a specific diagnosis in order to discuss treatment options.
Go to the board certified dermatologist, there are a few different neurotoxins that can be used. It is typically safe, but you should check it out first. There is help today that can be easily done
I do some work with Eucerin and wanted to help clear up your confusion. Eucerin Calming Creme and Skin Calming Creme are the same. In 2012 the brand relabeled products to better reflect the nature and texture of each item, so that would explain why you’re finding Eucerin Skin Calming Daily Moisturizing Creme in your local store. The Skin Calming Creme is a part of the Skin Calming Line which includes Body Wash, Moisturizing Creme, and the Itch Relief Treatment. The Skin Calming Itch Relief Treatment is specially formulated with cooling menthol to help relieve itchy skin right away, while Skin Calming Creme contains natural oatmeal moisturizers to help soothe dry, itchy skin. For more information about Skin Calming Creme, visit our website here: https://www.eucerinus.com/products/calm/eucerin-skin-calming-daily-moisturizing-creme.html
Use daily sun protection.
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