Here’s to a lifetime of healthy skin!
When you visit your doctor, illness arrive with educated questions:
? What is the best skin care routine/products for my skin type?
? Are the products I’m using at home okay to use along with the products and/or procedures that you give me?
? How can I tell whether I have sensitive skin?
? How do I prevent skin cancer?
? What’s the best sunscreen to use for my skin? What active ingredients should I look for?
? How much sunscreen should I apply and how often?
? What are the signs of sun damage, illness and what is the best way to treat visible sun damage?
? What are the signs of skin cancer, and how often should I have my moles checked?
? How do I check my moles at home?
? Are self?tanners really safe, and do you recommend them?
? How is my makeup affecting my skin?
? How do I know whether I have acne or rosacea, and how do I treat it?
? Do I need a prescription to treat my skin problem, or can you recommend OTC products?
? Is it OK to squeeze a pimple or blackhead?
? How will hormone replacement therapy or birth control or other medications I’m taking, such as antibiotics, affect my skin?
? How should I take care of my nails?
? How should I take care of my hair if I perm or color?treat it?
? Is my skin aging well?
? What can you tell me about the latest anti?aging products and in?office procedures?
? How do I know if I’m ready for Botox or fillers?
? What lifestyle and nutritional changes can I make to help myself look and feel better?
? Are there supplements I can take to help my skin look better as well as improve my health?
? Be sure to also include your own personal questions or concerns that may not be included in the check?list
Click here for a printable PDF version to bring with you to the dermatologist’s office.