I was supposed to post this last December. Haha. Sorry if it’s late.😛
I finally had the courage to visit a dermatologist again. It’s because I’ve read a lot of positive feedback on CorDerm Advanced Dermatology and Laser Center. I was nervous when the nurse called my name but I was relaxed because Dra. Corcoran was calm and very nice when I talked to her. She did not force me to buy any of the products and avail services. She understands that I’m still a student so I’m on a tight budget. She was accommodating and the nurses as well.🙂
She recommended these items. I didn’t buy the sunblock and the meds for balancing hormones. I bought these because I think they’re the most important.🙂
From left to right: Acne Soap, CorDerm Clinda + Azelaic Toner, CorDerm Acne Plus Cream and Doxycycline antibacterial capsules.😉
I’m going to review each product. I promise. I’m gonna monitor my battle with acne.
Overall, I’m satisfied with CorDerm staff and especially the dermatologist. They’re patient when it comes to questions. Dra. Corcoran gave me her personal number. I sent a text to her and she replied although she’s on vacation. You can easily book an appointment through text. They replied to my inquiries fast even if my questions are through email!🙂
My dermatologist told me that my acne is still active. She recommended medical facial and licopeel nanotechnology peel. After treating acne, I will have TCA Cross and Subcision for my deep acne scars.
Anyone who has experienced nanotechnology peel on the face? Let me know what to expect.🙂
Here’s CorDerm’s facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CordermSkinClinic?fref=ts