Skin

28 September 2004

Skin care in spring

Spring tends to be a very good time for most people’s skin. Excessively dry or oily skin tends to find its balance and winter problems such as rosacea clear up.

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Spring tends to be a very good time for most people’s skin. Excessively dry or oily skin tends to find its balance and winter problems such as rosacea clear up.

Remember that you may start the season with the driest skin you’ve had all year. But wherever your climate, now is a good time to update your skin care regimen. Remember that spring can be a very dry time of the year.

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Dr Suretha Kannenberg holds a degree in Medicine and a Masters in Dermatology from the University of Stellenbosch. She is employed as a consultant dermatologist by Stellenbosch University and Tygerberg Academic Hospital, where she is involved in clinical duties and the training of medical students and dermatology residents. Her areas of interest and research include vitiligo, eczema and acne. She also performs limited private practice work in the Northern suburbs of Cape Town in general and cosmetic dermatology.

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