(Closed) Dermatologist?? Anyone??

posted 5 years ago in Beauty
Post # 3
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2014

I’m not a dermatologist, but it sounds to me like it could be roseaca. I have it and I went to a dermatologist and it’s MUCH better now.

Post # 5
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Bumble bee

@jesssamesssa:  not a dermatologist but I’m thinking allergies , eczema rosacea, remember not everyone’s will look the same

 

Post # 7
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Bumble bee

@jesssamesssa:  if ur mom has Rosacea it wouldn’t b out of the ordinary for u to hav a version of it so maybe test ur moms ointment on a spot and see if it helps

 

ugh I know that’s so annoying, I hav eczema and just noticed my one yr old has developed it! I’m like “WHY LORD!”

 

Post # 9
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Bumble bee

@jesssamesssa:  oh man that’s horrible u cn always try a clinic if u dnt hav insurance they use a sliding scale to pay

Post # 10
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: April 2013

Not a derm but do you use a clarisonic?  My skin kinda gets this way when I forget to change my brush head on it.  I let it heal for a few days and then use the new brush head.  If it is rosacea, I’ve heard from several previous clients (Used to be a receptionist in skincare field) that they used red light therapy for some of their skin issues and the healing properties of it are amazing.  I have this one and it works for both clearing bacteria (the blue light) and healing (the red) and you can use them both at the same time too, or just by themselves.  http://www.ebay.com/itm/Blue-and-Red-Light-Therapy-basic-acne-killing-method-/220698089348?pt=US_Skin_Care&hash=item3362a19784

Post # 11
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: October 2014

Not a dermatologist, but I have dermatological issues.  Maybe it’s rosacea, but it could also be a seborrheic dermatitis, they’re very similar.  I had a regular doctor misdiagnose me with one and his treatment wasn’t helping, saw a dermatologist and got a proper diagnosis and medication.  See a dermatologist asap, the more quickly you’re diagnosed, the more quickly you’ll be able to find the right medication and clear your complexion up.

Post # 12
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: March 2013

@jesssamesssa:  I’m not a dermatologist either but I’ve also had skin issues. Do you think it could be your bedding? I wash my bed linens once a week and pillows every couple of months. Sometimes when I break out on just one side of my face I’ll go ahead and wash my pillows, as well.

 

Post # 14
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: April 2013

@jesssamesssa:  One other thing that sounds like this, which may or nto be helpful, happened to me once.  I was using something with vitamin e in it.  Not realizing that vitamin e makes you sun sensitive.  And was in the sun a lot (still with 30 spf) but it made me really sensitive.  I would make an appointment with the dermatologist though.  If you don’t want to go for just that you could kill two birds with one stone and get a mole check too.  Skin issues and “rash like” issues are really hard to pin point, sometimes even for derms, because things can display in the skin a lot of the time.  But I would still go, and see what he or she has to say.  Hope all resolves itself soon!  If you get it looked at there is still plenty of time for your skin to heal.  I really love my red light for healing the skin more quickly.  Its proven to help.  And I know without a doubt it helps heal my skin faster when I get a skin issue.  I used it before my wedding to give me a nice glow and to also fix some stray pimples that sprouted from stress.

Post # 15
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: March 2013

@jesssamesssa:  It could be stress. I broke really bad on my back right after my now husband deployed and I broke out again about two months before the wedding. I went to the dermatologist and she prescribed Clindamycin with Benzoyl Peroxide in it. It cleared me right up.

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