Perioral dermatitis and skincare routine

Oh, what a rash! Why is my skin suddenly so picky and irritated by everything? As a dermatologist, I have a lot of experience treating this dermatitis, even with online skin care advice. I wrote an article about perioral dermatitis a while back that you should definitely read first. If you’re interested in follow-up skin care and want to learn lots of other interesting tips, read on! 🙂

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Chemical peel

Chemical peel is one of my favourite treatments. It’s a method in which an acid (one or a mix) is applied to the skin to remove the top layers. This is why a peel can smooth the texture, brighten and improve the skin tone incredibly. It will also improve the appearance of pores, fine lines and eliminate pigmentation or acne. This treatment can be used on different parts of the body – face, neck, décolleté, back, hands, there are even special peels for the lip and genital area.

There are multiple types and strengths of CHP. Cosmetologists work with the weaker ones, only doctors (dermatologists and plastic surgeons) work with the stronger ones. Like any procedure, it has its fans, and those who should avoid it. Want to know more about this procedure? Read on!

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Treatment of scars, not just from acne

A scar is tissue that has formed as a result of healing after damage to the dermis. It forms after surgery or injuries that damage the deeper layers of the skin. Our body tries to repair this as quickly as possible, so healing is imperfect and a scar forms. Scars are also very common after severe inflammatory acne, acne excoriée or smallpox.

In this article I will write about the treatments we doctors use to correct scars, not only after acne. We can use these methods separately, but they are combined and repeated for the best effect.

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If you’ve never heard of it before and thought it was a disease of the dirty and the homeless, you should pay attention. Scabies (Scabies hominis) is an infection of the skin caused by scabies, which is something I treat quite often in the clinic. Once every 10-15 years it hits our country in a mild epidemic. In this article you will learn a lot of useful and valuable information from my practice. Keep reading!

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Scar care

On Dermablog, I’ve already written about how you can take care of a fresh wound, for example, after a mole removal. Once the wound has healed and the stitches have been removed, or the last of the scabs have fallen off, it’s time for a change in treatment. Read on to find out what you can do to take care of your scar in the best way possible.

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Moles removal and fresh wound care

It is said that the scar is the surgeon’s calling card. Many factors influence wound healing after minor and major surgery. We, the surgeons, play an important role in the technique and material we use to close the wound. We need to be very gentle with the skin, so as not to bruise it unnecessarily, and at the same time efficient, so that the wound heals quietly after suturing with as little traction as possible.

When a mole is removed surgically, it is almost always going to leave a scar. But even this can look different – from barely visible and as small as a hair to wide, sometimes red and protruding. In this article, you will read about how a mole is removed and how best to take care of a fresh post-operative wound.

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BOTULOTOXIN – everything you need to know

Botulinum toxin is one of the basic substances used in aesthetic medicine today. Many of you know it in connection with wrinkles, but its use is much broader. We can treat some types of migraine and spasticity, teeth grinding, excessive sweating, and it can even help with enlarged pores and oily skin. In this article you will find out what botulinum toxin can be used for in aesthetic medicine. You will also find answers to many of your questions.

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