Patient: I am 42 years old and have fair skin, Over the last few years I have really noticed my skin aging severly. I have been out of the sun for several years now, but am seeing damage from years past. YUCK!! A few years ago I went to the dermotologist with bumps or growths( I cant remember the term. he used, but said they were from too much exposure to the sun and that they would dry up eventually and fall off. I have severly dry skin and am constantly using lotions, so would this prevent these growths, from drying up sooner than later? A few have gone away, but I still have a few left not to mention several tiny ones on feet and legs. Is there anyway to speed up the process. It is very embarassing to me and would like to get my skin back to somekind of normal. Putting myself first. Please help if you can. Willing to learn great skin care.
Already Tried: Alpha Hydroxy lotions, Lactic acid lotions, Eucerin, over the counter lotions.
The use of creams and lotions should not delay the healing process – i would suggest you reconsult with a dermatologist and talk about microdermabrasion and if it would help in your case.
Avoiding sun exposure is very important.
Let me know if you need any other information.