Top Cape Town dermatologist Dr. Nomphelo Gantsho shares skincare advice in Q&A

Cape Town dermatologist Dr. Nomphelo Gantsho joins Weekend Breakfast host Sara-Jayne Kind to debate all issues skincare.

Cape Town dermatologist Dr. Nomphelo Gantsho solutions skin-related questions from treating psoriasis, to solar safety and drug-induced zits

Dr. Nomphelo Gantsho, who’s extensively generally known as the Cape Skin Doctor, says the Covid-19 lockdown has made folks extra skin-conscious

She advises that folks of color want to make use of sunscreen with SPF 30 or greater

The dermatologist shares her skilled skincare advice on Weekend Breakfast in the audio above

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Cape Town dermatologist Dr. Nomphelo Gantsho says folks ought to see a dermatologist at the very least annually as a part of an early detection technique for pores and skin cancers.Annual pores and skin exams will assist detect any drawback areas resembling warts, spots, or burns that would later become pores and skin cancers.Dr. Gantsho, who’s identified to her sufferers because the Cape Skin Doctor, says folks have change into extra pores and skin aware in the course of the Covid-19 pandemic.This might be because of the rise of digital conferences and the consequences of the blue gentle emitted by our telephones, tablets, and laptop on our pores and skin.Dr. Gantsho provides that folks of color have particularly change into extra conscious of their pores and skin and are searching for out advice for circumstances resembling zits and pigmentation.
What I discover in my follow, earlier than the pandemic, folks weren’t so centered on their pores and skin. Especially folks of color.
Dr. Nomphelo Gantsho, Dermatologist

But now, with the pandemic, extra individuals are changing into conscious of their pores and skin.
Dr. Nomphelo Gantsho, Dermatologist

With the digital conferences and all, individuals are beginning to discover extra of the [skin problems] that they’ve.
Dr. Nomphelo Gantsho, Dermatologist

Other individuals are beginning to present extra pigmentation on their pores and skin due to the blue gentle that you just get from the computer systems and the telephones.
Dr. Nomphelo Gantsho, Dermatologist
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