Although recognizing rosacea is not a problem for a dermatologist, people without medical background often confuse it with acne, sensitive skin and even psoriasis. All these skin conditions have nothing in common and require different approaches and treatments, that’s why it is essential to know how to distinguish them correctly.
Acne breakouts belong to one of the most common skin problems among people of all ages, genders and skin colors. Nothing kills the mood like waking up and discovering a fresh pimple appeared on your face right before an important meeting or event, right?
Intensive work, daily tension, and powerful emotions do have consequences, giving us wrinkles and fine lines. They become visible quite fast and significantly affect the way we look. Why should it matter to a man who’s not a model or an actor? Is it another imposing of unrealistic “beauty” standards?
There are a lot of videos on YouTube dedicated to dermaplaning. They allow us to ensure that the procedure itself is not that scary as it might first appear when you see a 10-gauge scalpel, the main dermaplaning tool.(more…)
What is rosacea? You may suspect the beginning of rosacea if the skin on your face blushes or flushes too often. If you notice visible skin reddening and irritation after drinking some hot beverages, alcohol, eating something spicy, using hairspray, washing your face, applying some skin care cosmetics you’ve used before without any issues, that might be it. Rosacea-prone skin also actively reacts to low or hot air temperatures.