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What Your Dermatologist Needs to Tell You The skincare industry has been alive for decades. How is it still reaping at least a billion in revenue every year? You have societies’ beauty standards to thank. We all want to look ten years younger. No matter what our age, we crave flawlessly beautiful skin that feels healthy and looks photoshopped. And who else to turn to to achieve this look than a professional, licensed dermatologist? Despite the fact that dermatologist clinics are popping up everywhere, they never seem to run out of patients. We turn to them for advice on what to eat, what to drink, will this treatment hurt my skin, and so on. Professional ethics dictate that they be honest with us, but the truth sometimes hurts more than an unflattering smattering of bacne. They would rather ease the blow instead of scaring you away or making you panic.
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And on that note, we decided to compile some of the things your dermatologist probably isn’t telling you. For some, the items below are random FYI. Others might actually be a helpful tip or two.
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I’m A Dermatologist, Not A Plastic Surgeon All I do is examine your skin, note features of interest and anomalies that shouldn’t be there, and then recommend a couple procedures. I can do Botox, but it takes a cosmetic surgeon to restructure cheekbones, reshape noses, fix a cleft palette, and so on. You Don’t Need Your Makeup in Bed Hey, I get it. Sometimes the bathroom is too far from the bedroom. But that’s still not an excuse. If your bed is too inviting for words, keep a pack of moist towelletes within reaching distance from your bed. Speaking of Sleep … I Can Tell Which Side You Sleep On Don’t worry, I’m not psychic. I can tell which side because there’s a furrow on your face – the kind of odd wrinkled patch of skin that comes from sleeping on the side. Thanks to the furrow on your face – that odd patch of wrinkle-marked skin – I know you’re sleeping on one side too long. If you really want to look younger, sleep on your back. For Anti-Aging Cream, Go Drugstore Before High-End Did you know that drugstore brands like Aveeno, Ponds, and Olay contain the same active ingredients that Chanel’s $375 serums and Sisley Sisleya’s $460 creams do. Speaking of Anti-Aging … Some Anti-Aging Treatments Can Activate Cold Sores Have you heard of the cold-sore herpes virus that gathers around the lips? Turns out, laser treatments and skin resurfacing in particular can activate it. Please Don’t Look In Your Magnifying Mirror Whenever something is magnified – like moles, pimples, freckles, or scabs – they look worse than they actually are. You’ll also feel an intense urge to get aggressively get rid of the blemish once you magnify it. Ignore that urge. Not All Skin Experts Are Dermatologists If you’re looking for a dermatologist in Boca Raton or wherever, do not settle for a skincare expert. While both parties are experts at basic skin care, it takes a general physician five extra years of training and residency before he/she can be called a dermatologist.