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If you're experiencing skin irritation but aren't sure if your situation is serious enough to warrant a dermatologist visit, use these sites to do some research. Many skin conditions are normal and treatable from home. These sites can help you identify and deal with your problem.
- Some of the sites below may contain graphic images. Be prepared to see some detailed pictures of skin conditions, infections and scars.
- If your condition persists after you’ve tried treating it yourself, or if you suspect something serious, don’t hesitate to contact a dermatologist.
- Be careful when treating skin conditions yourself; even over-the-counter products can be potent, so be mindful of how your skin reacts. Always check warning labels before using a product. Many products will advise you to test the product on a less sensitive patch of skin such as your arm or leg.
Skin treatments can be purely cosmetic, or for medical purposes. You may have ... read more »
Although many skin care treatments can be done without visiting a dermatologist's office, there are ... read more »
Not only can you buy skin care products online, but most sites that deal in skin ... read more »