It’s not uncommon for patients diagnosed with skin cancer or their relatives to research for the information whether it is better to address an oncologic surgeon or a dermatologist for removal of the malignant growth.
The question usually appears because nobody wants to have visible scars or additional surgeries, and people are starting to hesitate. Will the dermatologist be accurate enough? Or maybe the oncologic surgeon will do it better? Will I need to address the plastic surgeon to remove the consequences of the operation?
Medical science provides us with more and more evidence-based data on skin cancer treatment and prevention. We think that paying attention to this information is very useful for anyone who wants a long, happy and healthy life.
How would you know that you have the oily skin? It is characterized by increased activity of the sebaceous glands, rough texture, and dull or “shiny” complexion. This type of skin is prone to the appearance of pimples, blackheads, and other blemishes, which are usually very upsetting to its owner. Face, upper chest and back skin are the favorite places of such rashes (and, unfortunately, very noticeable). While many people had acne or some other skin issues in their adolescence and happily forgotten about it as they grew older, some people have to deal with all wonders of oily skin for a lifetime.
We decided to address some common mistakes in the perception of the way skin care products work in a popular format of myth busting. We hope you’ll like this!
Sunlight is one of the key contributors to skin aging. Wrinkles, age spots, loss of elasticity, dryness, various tumors, uneven skin structure – all these things appear due to years of poor protection from UV-radiation.