Which care does our skin need in winter? How can we protect and care our skin effective in the cold months? Prof. Okamoto was answering questions for the health magazine "MEDIZIN populär" regarding skin care in winter: https://www.medizinpopulaer.at/archiv/koerperpflege-kosmetik/details/article/hautpflege-im-winter.html Further information can be found here. "MEDIZIN populär" is a health magazin in Austria, published from the Verlagshaus der Ärzte
Particularly during winter, our skin is exposed to various stress factors. Cold temperature outdoors and dry air in heated rooms challenge the barrier function of the skin. Additionally, heavier winter clothes are not helpful to prevent dry skin. Dr. Okamoto informs how to keep skin fit for winter Dr. Okamoto, board certified dermatologist in Vienna
Univ. Prof. Dr. Okamoto is netdoktor expert and informs online about skin diseaes. Netdoktor.at (in German) is an online platform on health and informs about diseases, symptoms and their treatment. Dr. Okamoto informs about sun protection at netdoktor.at Univ. Prof. Dr. Okamoto provides information as a medical expert for dermatology at netdoktor.at on sun protection (in German) Which skin types exist? How do sun protection products work?
Age spots or lentigos can be cosmetically annoying. However, they are also of medical relevance. Pigmentary abnormalities can be disturbing. Despite numerous treatment options offered even over the counter, these alterations require an inspection by a specialist. Melanomas are a common differential diagnosis of these spots. Dermatologist Dr. Ichiro Okamoto is a board certified dermatologist in Vienna (1080
Appropriate sun protection prevents from sundamage and skin cancer. Despite the importance of sun protection or appropriate sun exposure, and the general awareness about skin cancer risk, there are still some ambiguity in real life. Dr. Okamoto's interview now in gesund.at Dr. Okamoto, dermatologist in Vienna (Austria), answers questions on sun protection as a dermatologist in the following
Summer, sun, sunburn – after hiking, biking or swimming, a painful aftermath can be the consequence of a careless behavior. Whether you forgot your sun cream or stayed longer in the sun as planned, sunburn is inevitable once the limit has been exceeded. Treatment depends on the severity and the extent of the affected area.