I suffer with rings which are raised and red then a little flaky itchy, they appear anywhere on my body except my face neck hands mainly at present on my back and legs sometimes they are more prominent than other times and appear in all sizes they fade as they seem to enlarge then appear some where else i have no idea what they are any one out there a fellow sufferer
i have had really bad acne for 6 years now. i have used so many medicines/treatments on my Skin which have all failed. my skin never reacts to the treatment, so doctor has handed me over to a Dermatologist. i have to wait 13 weeks for an appointment but hopefully they can sort out my problem. i found ur Website on Skin Problems really usefull. Thanx
Hi, I am from India, moved to Vancouver Canada, three yrs ago, after moving to canada, i have become very dark, as i am now visiting India, everyone is suprised to see my face dark complexion, what could be the reason, is it because of the cold weather, India is hot place,i am confused, can anyone help or advice me, tks.
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I used to suffer from acne from the age of 14 all the way up to 21, when I was 18 I became really aware of how I looked so I started on various skin/acne products. take my advise none of them work unless you only have a mild case of acne. Even prescribed drugs from my GP i.e. antibiotics topical treatments etc didn't work in anyway. eventually I asked to be referred to a private specialist dermatologist, he instantly prescribed me a drug that at first I was a bit unsure of taking due to the many stories and rumours around it. I started straight away on a 4 month course of roaccutane, it did come with certain side effects like dry skin, chapped lips, muscle aches, but within 2 months the spots went and after the treatment my skin has been absolutely brilliant, I would definitely advise anyone suffering from acne to consider this drug, it was the only thing that worked for me (and I tried everything)
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