Dermatitis Alexander Gorin

The skin is not only our calling card, but also our first line of defence against external influences. It is often exposed to stress and irritation, which can result in a condition known as dermatitis. In this article, we will look at what dermatitis is in the context of cosmetology and how to properly care for the skin when it occurs.

What is dermatitis?

Dermatitis is an inflammation of the skin that can manifest itself in a variety of ways, including redness, itching, swelling and peeling. It can occur from a variety of causes, including contact with allergens, irritants, infections or even stress. It is important to note that dermatitis can be temporary or become chronic, so it is important to see a specialist for accurate diagnosis and treatment.

The role of cosmetology in dermatitis skin care

Identification and elimination of the cause: An important part of the esthetician's role in dermatitis is to identify and eliminate the source of irritation. This may require changing skin care products, make-up or even food.

Soothing treatment: Cosmetic treatments such as the application of soothing masks, cold compresses or special creams can help relieve inflammation and itching.

Hydration and restoration of the skin's barrier function: Dermatitis can make the skin dry and sensitive. Cosmetic products and treatments that restore hydration levels and skin barrier function can be effective.

Skin care tips: A cosmetic doctor can provide the patient with tips for home skin care to prevent recurrence of dermatitis.


Dermatitis is an unpleasant skin disease that requires attention and care. The role of the aesthetic surgeon has an important mission in identifying and treating this condition as well as providing advice on skin care. Early referral to a specialist is crucial to prevent further deterioration of the skin condition and restore its health and beauty.