Skin Treatment Medications
Keeping your skin healthy can be a real challenge in the modern world. All kinds of things seem to have a single purpose of wanting to do some damage to the outermost layer of the onion of man (or even woman) - depression, lack of sleep, dietary imbalance, and even overexposure to the sun can end up hurting our beloved skin. Keeping all of these things in check is truly a hassle. As if we have no other things that need taking care of. Eventually, some of us may succumb to the barrage of damaging attacks and develop certain unpleasant or unsightly symptoms that require adequate treatment. Be that minor sunburn, skin dryness due to metabolism problems, acne, oily skin, eczema, warts and genital warts, and even cancer - everything can be treated nowadays. All you need to do is to find the right drug for the job.
Skin Damage and Sun Exposure
Since most of us no longer spend a lot of time under the sun, the shining pearl in the sky tends to bring all sort of nasty problems to those of us who dare to bare their skin to its shine. Some people are more sensitive to this effect than others, and scientists say that fair skinned blond or red headed sunbathers have increaser risk of encountering such skin problems as chronic skin dryness, sunburn, and more serious conditions such as actinic keratoses (when UV rays tend to do much more harm to the skin than normal) and even skin cancer. While avoiding sun is never a good idea, those of us who did enjoy catching the rays a little too much may need certain specific medications to help mitigate the adverse effect. One of these medications is Aldara (Imiquimod), a very specific drug that can be used to relieve a variety of conditions. You can read more about this topical medication on its corresponding page.
Skin Cancer Treatment
The diagnosis of cancer always sounds morbidly scary, but the dangers may not be as devastating as you may think when the deal comes to skin cancer. Most types of skin cancer, or at least the more common ones, are not as much an endgame diagnosis as many us us would believe, and the fact is many of them can even be handled without surgery or dangerous medications. For example, the most frequently encountered type of skin cancer called superficial basal cell carcinoma can be handled entirely using only topical medications that are available for a reasonable price from almost any pharmacy. You still need a prescription no use get these drugs, but that barrier is not nearly as impenetrable and dangerous as other such commonplace treatments for big bad cancer as chemo or radiotherapy. If you suspect you may have skin cancer - do not get alarmed just yet. When you visit a doctor, 9 out of 10 cases it will not even be cancer, and in that one case it will almost always be the one that can be wiped out with a single course of adequate skin cancer treatment.