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Tips on using a facemask

With the COVID-19 pandemic continuing the surge onward throughout America, it is more important than ever for all individuals to take a proactive approach to protecting themselves from the Coronavirus by wearing a facemask. Facemasks are encouraged in many social settings and even while patients shop to reduce their risk of contracting COVID-19 from another person. However, many Santa Monica, California patients who need to wear masks for their job or leisure activities are finding that they are experiencing a wide range of skin issues. At the Dermatology Institute and Skin Care Center, Dr. Paul Yamauchi offers several tips to help protect the skin while protecting yourself from COVID-19.

 

Tips on using a facemask

Learn more about caring for you skin while wearing a mask for safety

Dermatologists encourage patients who struggle with skin problems due to facemasks to discuss their needs with a professional in the Santa Monica, California area to find a solution. Our team is dedicated to helping patients address these issues while still remaining safe by wearing masks at work or social activities to protect themselves against COVID-19. Call Dr. Paul Yamauchi and his associates at the Dermatology Institute and Skin Care Center at (310) 829-4104.

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