4 Signs it’s Time to See a Dermatologist!

Visits to the dermatologist are really important (more important than the sort of attention given to it).

Dermatologists are trained to treat skin disorders (including hair and nails!). Dermatology is an arm of medicine that deals with the diseases of the hair, nail and skin.

A lot of people do not take visits to the dermatologist seriously (a lot of people have never even seen one!) making us take our skin for granted. It’s better in the present day as a few more people take skincare seriously, who doesn’t want clear, glowing skin?

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When you have a mole that won’t go away, see a dermatologist  (Bevel)

Piling on skincare and beauty products on the skin to mask blemishes only end up causing the skin more harm than good products only work well/makeup only appear flawless when the skin is in perfect condition.

If you notice these signs especially if you don’t get dermatological advice often, then its time to visit one.

1. Stubborn acne/blemishes

When your face, neck and back areas amongst other parts of the body have acne that won’t go away even after several topical treatments as well as dietary improvements then it’s time to see an expert.

2. You’re worried about your skin (physical quality and general feel)

Sometimes when you really need to see a dermatologist, you’ know deep down. When the skin is lacklustre/dull and doesn’t just vibe well physically after using products that should have visible effect on it, then you should see a dermatologist.

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Dermatologists are trained to treat skin disorders and regular visits ensure the skin is kept in perfect shape  (Drexel Uni)

3. You have a mole out of the blues

When you have a stubborn mole appearing on the face suddenly (or on any part of the body) then you should see a dermatologist.

4. You’ve never seen one

If  you’ve never visited a dermatologist to check up on your skin then it’s time to do just that. It’s wrong to keep loading on products on the skin without knowing what works best for it and so on. (Pulse.ng)

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