DPN's or Dermatosis Papulosos Nigra, appear as small black bumps on your face ,neck and back primarily on persons of color.These lesions are usually tiny and raised .The good news DPN's are generally benign and can be removed easily in your doctor's office.However ,with any new lesion that develops on your face or body ,you should have that evaluated by your Dermatologists.View Thread
HI everyone There has been a lot attention recently regarding a mom that has given Botox to her daughter .Believe it or not ,Botox was initially used by opthamologist to treat certain problems with ocular muscles in children and adults ,however this use was not initially intended for cosmetic use... Let me know your thoughts on this topicView Thread
Your first step is to have a evaluation by your physician.Once your physician confirms that there are no wound healing issues .Your next step is to focus on scar management(massage, vitamin E, cordran tape, or kenalog injections) .keep in mind that it takes up to 1 year for a scar to completely mature.View Thread
Excellent questions... your concerns are quite complex. Therefore ,it would be quite difficult to answer you directly without a clinical evaluation. In General,you should incorporate a skin regimen that is directed by your dermatologist that includes Exfoliation ,Hydration, and rejuvenationView Thread
Amino acids and peptides are part of the building blocks for collagen and its precursor fibroblasts.As our skin ages and becomes damaged or dryer essential (amino acids)nutrients contribute to the repair and rebuilding of your skin.View Thread
Changes in your skin can can be affected by changes in the weather. Cold weather can trigger "goose bumps" the sympathetic nervous system controls the goose bump process.
Cold temperatures cause the arrector pylori muscles to contract involuntarily. The tiny muscles are positioned at an angle between the hair root and the surface of the skin, extending from the follicle to the skin surface.
As the muscles contract, they cause the skin to dimple and look bumpy. Goose bumps are triggered by the adrenal glands. Adrenaline, the stress hormone that prepares the body for the "flight-or-fight" response, is responsible for the reaction.View Thread