Skin Care

It's not a well-known fact that the skin is the largest and the fastest-growing organ of the body. Its role is to protect, regulate and give sensation so it is crucial to take proper care of it. Since it covers all the parts of the body, it’s possible issues can also have a wide range from dryness to sun damage to blemishes and many more.Maintain the glow of your skin by keeping it healthy with our range of effective products and treatments.

It's not a well-known fact that the skin is the largest and the fastest-growing organ of the body. Its role is to protect, regulate and give sensation so it is crucial to take proper care of it. Since it covers all the parts of the body, it’s possible issues can also have a wide range from dryness to sun damage to blemishes and many more.Maintain the glow of your skin by keeping it healthy with our range of effective products and treatments.

How Does The Online Treatment Service Work?

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the role of my skin? 

We have already mentioned that your skin is the largest organ in your body, both external and overall.  The skin is made up of two layers, namely, the epidermis and the dermis. The epidermis layer is the outermost part while the dermis layer is the part sitting just below the surface, that connects to the area before you reach the subcutaneous fatty tissue.

There are many essential functions that our skin is in charge of. First, it is responsible for protection, as our skin covers our entire bodies and keeps all of our internal organs safe. It serves as a barrier to protect our bodies from surrounding elements, chemicals, bacteria and other external factors.

Another important role of the skin is providing our sense of touch and sensation. It consists of an extensive network of nerve cells that work together to distinguish any change in the environment. These different cells also have varied roles. Some nerve cells detect touch, others detect temperature and others sense pain. These nerve cells then send important information to the respective area of the body and to the brain for the required function to be triggered and carried out by our endocannabinoid system.

Aside from sensing the environment around us, our skin also has components responsible for regulating our bodies. If you are too cold, the small hairs that cover your skin will stand on end to trap air in the small area that surrounds it, thus keeping us warmer. If you are too hot then the sweat glands that cover your body will release sweat to cool you down. This function is also related to the balancing of fluid levels by the skin or body.

What are the most common skin-related complaints? 

Being the largest organ, covering the entire body, the skin is also prone to many problems such as damage, infection or other issues. Grazes, scratches or cuts may occur on the skin while doing normal daily tasks. Good thing the skin consists of many layers that are constantly renewing and regrowing so most of the wounds, especially the small ones heal quickly without scars.

Sun damage and dehydration is also a common skin-related issue affecting many people. Your skin can easily dry out, especially when the weather is harshly cold or hot and dry. The sun can dehydrate your skin more and without sun protection, you may suffer from sun damage. This may manifest in visible issues such as sunburn or hardly visible ones such as skin cancer.

There are still many other skin issues that commonly happen to people from time to time. Some of these issues include acne, rosacea, eczema and psoriasis. These conditions cause spots, pimples, redness, dryness or flaking and are frequently chronic, thus needing treatment.

How do I take care of my skin? 

Although the skin can renew and replace itself, it also needs pampering. To achieve healthy skin, you should always take proper care of it. Make sure to regularly wash your skin with cleansing body wash to clean the accumulated dirt or sweat. You may also exfoliate often to scrub the dead skin cells and hasten the natural renewal of the skin, revealing a newer and softer underlayer.

The skin can also easily be dehydrated so applying some moisturisers is essential. Never miss this step especially during extreme weather conditions that cause your skin to dry.

Every time you walk out in the sun, make sure to apply a sunscreen with a high sun protection factor (SPF). This will help you avoid skin damage due to sun exposure. Try to stay away from the sun during its peak hours and wear protective clothes or accessories if you need to be out.

If you have existing skin conditions, you may require the use of medications for effective, long-term treatment. At True Medical, we have many treatment options available for numerous skin issues so we can help you with whatever skin complaint you have. We also have products that will help you maintain a glowing and healthy-looking skin.