Atlanta’s Top Dermatologist Dr. Gloria Campbell-D’Hue Shares 3 Secrets to Great Skin
Dr. Gloria Campbell-D’Hue, founder of The Atlanta Dermatology and Medispa Center, decided she wanted to go to medical school at the tender age of three; however, she was inspired to go into the field of dermatology because of her youngest sister, who has eczema.
“After my mother’s death, I was in medical school and assumed the caretaker role, and was exposed to dermatologists who cared for my youngest sister’s skin,” Dr. D’Hue explains.
Dr. D’Hue has now been practicing dermatology for almost 29 years. She has received numerous awards, is known as a leader in her field, and finds her profession rewarding.
Since a number of skin diseases are associated with internal medical problems, dermatology can play an important role. In some cases, a dermatologist makes a diagnosis before a primary physician does. Though she performs surgical procedures, her patients are predominately healthy.
“They come in for cosmetic reasons and walk out happy, usually after one or two visits,” Dr D’Hue states. “They feel gratified because they see progress very quickly.”
Dr. D’Hue has made it her mission to educate patients. The following are her top three secrets to great skin:
1. Make sure you take care of the skin that is taking care of you – both internally and externally. That means drinking the proper amount of water, good nutrition, and if necessary, vitamin supplements.
2. Have a good cleansing regimen. Wash your face on a daily basis with a mild cleanser. Use a toner and moisturizer with SPF 15 to protect your skin from damaging sun rays.
3. On your birthday, examine your birthday suit. Remember, moles can change over time.
The Atlanta Dermatology and Medispa Center has licensed estheticians and offers a potpourri of services including chemical peels, microdermabrasion, and laser hair removal. For more information call Dr. Campbell-D’Hue’s office at 404-349-7440 or visit her website at www.atldermmedispa.com.
Source: People You Need to Know
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