Skincare is always an important step in our self-care routine. Now more than ever it has become extremely important. The side effects of washing and constantly drying our hands are causing dry and cracked skin. This is just one example. The American Academy of Dermatology has provided some helpful tips and tricks on how to deal with these various skincare issues during the COVID-19 pandemic.
How to Heal Dry Skin Caused by Handwashing
Is frequent handwashing and hand sanitizer use drying your skin? With these tips from dermatologists, you can heal dry, cracked skin while continuing to be safe.
Dermatologists’ Tips for Treating a Hand Rash at Home
If you have a rash from frequently washing your hands and using hand sanitizer, you may be able to treat the rash at home. Here’s what dermatologists recommend.
Patients Seeing Dermatologists Via Telemedicine
If you need to see your dermatologist while sheltering in place, a telemedicine appointment may be an option. Find out how this type of appointment works and what you can do to prepare for it.
How to Take Isotretinoin During the Coronavirus Pandemic
If you take isotretinoin to treat acne, you can continue to do so. Recent changes allow you to safely meet with your dermatologist and get a new prescription every 30 days.
Should I Skip My Biologic During the Coronavirus Pandemic?
Many patients who use a biologic to treat psoriasis are asking this question. See what guidance patients are receiving.
Help a Child with Esczema Sleep
Atopic dermatitis, often called eczema, can cause extremely itchy skin, which makes it difficult for a child to sleep. If your child isn’t getting enough rest, follow these recommendations.
What Can Help a Child With Eczema Sleep?
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