Frequently Asked Questions


Frequently Asked Question

When patients consult with our dermatologists, they often have concerns or questions below.

Oily skin, dry skin, combination skin, normal skin, and sensitive skin are just a few of the various varieties of skin.
The optimum skin care routine, including the selection of a moisturizer, can be determined by first determining your skin type.

  1. Preteens and teenagers often experience oily skin. Acne can take several forms, including clogged pores, blackheads, and whiteheads.
  2. People with dry skin tend to have fine wrinkles and tiny pores. Their skin may have a ruddy tone, a rough texture, and red areas.
  3. Those with combination skin may have dryness or normality in certain spots while experiencing oiliness elsewhere. An oily nose and forehead are rather typical. Dilated pores and blackheads are possible side effects.
  4. The texture and appearance of normal skin are balanced and mostly free of flaws. It isn’t extremely delicate, and your pores will be hard to spot. The skin tone appears healthy.
  5. Redness, dryness, burning, or itching are all symptoms that can affect people with sensitive skin. The manifestations of a disease can fluctuate.

Choosing a moisturizer can feel like a maze. It’s enough to make your head spin if you wander down the skin care section of a store. One can choose from a wide variety of possibilities. Lotions, ointments, and creams are available for people with dry skin, sensitive skin, light skin, and dark skin. When you include in sunscreen and anti-aging chemicals, things get much more complicated.

No matter if your skin is oily, dry, or a combination of the two, you must choose a moisturizer.

In most cases, people with dry skin would benefit from using a heavy ointment to prevent moisture loss. Creams are better for regular skin because they are less thick. Body lotions are the least heavy (water is their primary ingredient) and work well with oily skin types.

You can delay the onset of aging by using certain products. Products including cleansers, toners, antioxidants, sunscreens, and retinoids are essential.

  • Cleanser is used to get rid of grime and oil from the skin.
  • Toners transport the antioxidants in your routine.
  • Nutritional antioxidants nourish and restore skin’s health and radiance.
  • Sunscreens prevent future sunburn and give protection from harmful UVA and UVB rays.
  • Boosting cell turnover, encouraging healthy collagen formation, and lightening pigmentation are all benefits of using retinoids.

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Before you can cure your breakouts, you need to know what kind of acne you have.

The two forms of acne are inflammatory and non-inflammatory. Whiteheads and blackheads are the hallmarks of non-inflammatory acne, which is characterized by a lack of redness and inflammation. Inflammatory acne is characterized by the presence of papules, pustules, nodules, and cysts. Acne can develop into nodules and cysts if it becomes severe.

Intensity of acne varies:

  1. Clogged pores that seal up and become whiteheads.
  2. Pores that are open and clogged are called blackheads.
  3. Small, red, painful lumps called papules.
  4. (Pimples) pustules are papules that have become infected.
  5. Nodules are large, solid, painful bumps that form just under the skin’s surface.
  6. Cystic lesions are painful, pus-filled bumps under the skin.

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