5 Signs You Need A Dermatologist

5 Signs You Need A Dermatologist

Everyone’s got their own skin troubles. From acne to red patches or unwanted goosebumps 24×7. These things can interfere in your daily life and make you distracted, irritated and overall affect the way you live and interact with others. Skin issues tend to cause more discomfort since its very obvious and in plain sight thus making us more vulnerable. You don’t want your skin to turn into something really serious or into a permanent medical condition. So before that happens, here are 5 signs its time you make that visit to the dermatologist.

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Itchy Scalp

Itchy Scalp

Suffering from itchy scalp? Persistent scratching and itching can make you irritated, tired and moody. It also hints at an underlying skin problem that needs to be dealt with immediately by a skin specialist.

Stubborn Sores

Stubborn Sores

Bug bites or sores that just never go away need to be checked out by a dermatologist. They can end up being permanent and scar your skin if not treated correctly. It could either be an insect bite gone wrong or allergic reaction to foods or plants.

Constant Blush

Rosacea

Permanent blushing or also known as Rosacea, makes your skin turn red more than others. Flushed skin can be because of broken red blood vessels with acne-like bumps on the outer surface. This only gets worse with external exposure to wind, cold and the wrong kinds of foods.

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Worsening Acne

 acne

If your acne is only getting worse and even spreading to your neck and chest, its time to go see the dermatologist. Acne is painful and scarring so make sure you get them soothed and treated as soon as possible to lessen the effects on your skin.

Excessive Hair Loss

Excessive Hair Loss

Everyone losses a bit of hair but excessive hair loss is what makes a sure shot sign to see the skin doctor. Hair loss could be due to multiple factors like foods, allergies, medicine side effects, weather or just your genes. Just to be on the safe side there are no medical conditions, visit a dermatologist to get checked out.

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