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Nose redness - how do I treat it? Dr. Irwin of SkinTour skin care blog answers

Redness on or around the base of your nose.

Here’s the frustrating part: No skincare product really makes a permanent difference. Why? The nose redness is caused by dilated blood vessels. There are a few skin care products that...

Bumps on the face, how to deal with them.

I’d like to remind everyone….please…..bumps on the face may be a sign of medical disease, and you need to make an appointment with your dermatologist or primary care doctor.   On...
Suffering from Melasma and feeling depressed. What do I do?

Melasma and feeling depressed

Ethel I’m so glad you wrote about your melasma and feeling depressed!    I think this subject doesn’t get talked about enough and you’re helping others by asking!   Many women, especially...
Vitiligo treatments and procedures - advice from Dr. Irwin on Skintour

Vitiligo treatments and procedures

I’m glad you asked this question about vitiligo and vitiligo treatments.    An estimated 1-2% of the world’s population have vitiligo.   For those of you who don’t know……it’s an autoimmune problem...
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