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... Complete skin care for the entire family, treating children and adults for all skin conditions: Acne Eczema and Dermatitis Psoriasis Warts Skin cancer screening and treatment Excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis) Hair loss Vitiligo All other disorders of the skin, hair and nails...

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... Anatomy of the Skin Skin Care Topics Sun Safety Skin Care Basics Tanning Beds/Tanning Booths Tattoos Pregnancy-Related Skin Conditions Diabetes-Related Skin Conditions Skin Cancers Skin Conditions Acne Rosacea Head Lice Rashes Eczema (Dermatitis) Lumps, Bumps, and Cysts Psoriasis Blisters Vitiligo Pruritus Poison Ivy, Poison Oak, Poison Sumac Lichen Simplex Chronicus Scleroderma Keratosis Pilaris Hives (Urticaria) Hidradenitis Suppurativa Wrinkles Birthmarks/Pigmented Skin Skin Growths Seborrheic Keratosis Moles (Nevi) Warts Actinic Keratosis Skin Infections Herpes Simplex Virus Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever Ringworm (Tinea Corporis) Impetigo Erysipelas Chicken Pox (Herpes Varicella Zoster) Cellulitis Candidiasis Boils Shingles (Herpes Zoster) Lyme Disease Folliculitis Scabies Intertrigo Granuloma

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...Read More » Rashes "Rash" is a general term for a wide variety of skin conditions...

Acne
...Other skin conditions can look like acne...

Nail Care: Keeping Fingers and Toes in Tip-Top Shape
...  According to the American Academy of Dermatology, nail problems comprise about 10 percent of all skin conditions, affecting a large number of older adults...

Skin Care Tips for Busy Students
...Dermatologists offer a range of treatments that help prevent and treat acne and other skin conditions...

Treating Shingles
... Find out more Your dermatologist is an excellent resource for prevention, diagnosis and treatment of a wide array of simple to complex skin conditions and diseases...

Keeping Your Nails Healthy
...  According to the American Academy of Dermatology, nail problems comprise about 10 percent of all skin conditions, affecting a large number of older adults...

What is Dermatitis?
... Since the symptoms of dermatitis are similar to other skin conditions, it is important to see a dermatologist for a proper diagnosis...

What You Need To Know To Prevent Acne
Acne is one of the most common skin conditions that dermatologists treat...

Can't Stop Itching? Know the Signs of Poison Ivy, Sumac, and Oak
...You must call your dermatologist as soon as possible if: Pus develops on the rash You also have a fever over 100 F You experience severe itching The rash keeps spreading You aren’t sure whether the rash is caused by poison ivy, oak, or sumac The rash spreads to the mouth or the eyes Symptoms don’t improve within a week From poison ivy rashes to psoriasis, a dermatologist can treat a wide range of skin conditions and provide you with the treatment you need...

Understanding and Treating Eczema
...Eczema refers to a variety of skin conditions that cause plaques that can sometimes ooze, crust over, and lead to infection...

What Is Impetigo?
... Since many skin conditions cause painful blisters to form it’s important to see a dermatologist right away for a proper diagnosis...

What Is Seborrheic Dermatitis?
...As with many skin conditions, seborrheic dermatitis may flare up and then go away for weeks or even months at a time...

Can Your Skin Benefit From Exercise?
... If you are dealing with skin problems such as acne, psoriasis, or rosacea and you’re looking for ways to keep these skin conditions managed while still being able to exercise, a dermatologist is one of the best specialists to turn to for answers, recommendations, and treatment options that fit your needs...

What Are Hair Follicle Infections?
...Of course, there are a ton of skin conditions and infections that can cause similar symptoms, so it’s always best to see a dermatologist before trying over-the-counter remedies...

Is that acne or rosacea? How to tell them apart
... This picture can help you tell the difference between these two common skin conditions...

Is that acne on my baby’s face?
...Other skin conditions can look like acne...

Should I hide my child’s skin condition with makeup?
...You want to work with a cosmetician who has experience camouflaging birthmarks, scars, and other skin conditions...

Chemical peels
...  Chemical peels also treat some skin conditions...

Hidradenitis suppurativa
... Some people say that their HS looks like one of these skin conditions: Pimples Deep-acne like cysts and blackheads Folliculitis (looks like swollen pimple with a hair in the center) Boils   Getting treatment for HS is important...

Dyshidrotic eczema
... Dyshidrotic (dis-hi-drah- tic) eczema (DE) is a common group of skin conditions in which the skin cannot protect itself as well as it should, so the person often gets itchy, dry skin)...

Neurodermatitis
...Unlike eczema, psoriasis, and other itchy skin conditions, people tend to develop just 1 or 2 patches that itch...

Scars
... Some skin conditions can cause a scar...

Is that stubborn acne really acne?
...Other skin conditions can look a lot like acne...

Chemical Peels
... Treat some skin conditions, such as acne and melasma...

Dangers of Tanning
... Tanning - either in the sun or indoor tanning beds – can cause several common and serious skin conditions: SUNBURN Your skin can burn if you get UV exposure without proper protection, such as staying in the shade, wearing protective clothes and applying sunscreen...

Dry Skin and Keratosis Pilaris
... In some people, areas of extremely dry skin can lead to other skin conditions such as dermatitis or keratosis pilaris...

Eczema | Atopic dermatitis
...If allergy testing or a skin biopsy to rule out other skin conditions is necessary, your dermatologist will tell you...

Fungal Infections of the Skin
...These skin conditions also can cause a rash...

Herpes Zoster (Shingles)
...These tests are important because other skin conditions, which are treated differently, can look similar to shingles...

Mature Skin
... Whether a health risk or just unsightly, age-related skin conditions can be evaluated and treated, if necessary, by your dermatologist...

Melasma
...A skin biopsy involves your dermatologist removing a small bit of skin, which is examined under a microscope, to rule out other skin conditions...

Perioral Dermatitis
...Many skin conditions cause redness and acne-like breakouts...

Pruritus (Itch)
... Oral antihistamines can relieve the itch caused by some skin conditions, particularly hives...

Skin of Color
...Your dermatologist can help diagnose and treat these skin conditions...

4 Skin Care Tips for Your Hands
...This can be uncomfortable for everyone, but particularly for those who suffer from painful skin conditions, like eczema...

How do I know if I'm using the right sunscreen?
...Studies show that daily use can reduce your risk of: Skin cancer, including melanoma, the most-serious skin cancer Precancerous skin growths that can turn into skin cancer Signs of premature skin aging like age spots, wrinkles, and leathery skin Sunburn Melasma Dark spots on your skin that can appear when acne, psoriasis, or another condition clears Step 2: Consider your skin type, skin conditions, and other needs By limiting your sunscreen choices to ones that contain the 3 essentials, you’ll still have quite a few options...

Videos
How to Apply Sunscreen How to Style Hair Without Damage Rosacea: Skin Care Do's and Don'ts Skin Cancer Prevention Manicure and Pedicure Safety Psoriasis Skin Care Guide Eczema: Tips to help your child feel better How to Shave Skin Self-Exam: How to Do Face Washing 101 How to Apply Self-Tanner Acne: Tips to help you see clearer skin Wrinkle Remedies Tips for Healthy Hair Get the most from your skin care products Tips for Healthy Nails How to remove gum without cutting hair Dry skin relief Coloring and perming tips Eczema Bleach bath therapy Preventing skin conditions in athletes Tips for treating poison ivy How to Treat sunburn Melasma How to care for tattooed skin How to care for pierced ears How to Treat Diaper Rash Skin Care on a Budget Who's Got Your Back...

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Queen's Physician's Office Building 1 (POB1)
1380 Lusitana Street, Suite 412 Honolulu, HI 96813
Queen's Health Care Center
377 Keahole Street, Honolulu, Hawaii 96825