Looking for a Dermatologist

Updated on February 12, 2008
A.M. asks from Aurora, CO
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I have some skin issues that have persisted for many years now i tried so many things including perscriptions, but I think need to visit a dermatologist again so i was looking for any recommendations on a good one, I also have NO insurance so this would have to be paid out of pocket.

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answers from Denver on

Hi A.,

I found a product that works wonders, better than anything else I have found. I love it so much I started representing it as a business. I would love to be able to send you some free samples to see if they would help you. This would be a gift from me as I used to be a single mom and know what it is like to not have insurance. If you are interested, please let me know and I can either drop the samples by or mail them to you.




answers from Denver on

I have also had various skin issues since having kids - my face looked better when I was 16!! Anyhow - I have changed recently to Dr. Joe Simodynes at About Skin Dermatology - he's young and new - and has been willing to try different treatments - my prior derm. just kept doing the same things over and over and nothing improved. Look him up - he's great!



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I wanted to let you in on a few things others might not know!
The KEY to changing many skin problems is to change the soap you're using first. You need to use a natural soap that leaves the glycerines and fats in, rather than taking them out like most companies!

This is the first step, the next is to use a moisturiser that has no mineral oils or petroleum products!! Unfortunately most moisturisers today include them. All these do is create an unnatural barrier on the skin making it impossible to let it absorb anything good or release anything bad. Even moisturisers doctors reccomend like Cetafil, Eucerine, and Aquaphor include these.

I had a severe patch of eczema on my ankle... it would crack & bleed and was pretty horrible. It never stopped itching! I even used cortizone cream on it, per my doc's reccommendation. But it did not go away until my friend created Bubble Goddess Bath Company.

She started making products for her own family because she was sick of all the bad stuff out there - nothing works! Now she has a company here in Castle Rock where we manufacture her NATURAL BATH PRODUCTS! I am a consultant for her and we deal with a LOT of customers who have severely dry skin as well as eczema and psoriasis. Our products have DRAMATICALLY helped them so I could not pass up your posting for you!

I would reccommend using either her Aloe Baby or Oats and Aloe bar soap, then follow up with her Oh Baby Butter two times a day for about a week. Then once you see results you can just apply once a day. Since it's all natural you dont have to worry about over using it. And it's affordable. She's a mom too, and we know it's crazy to pay hundreds of dollars for lotions... or a dermatologist.

I would LOVE to send you some samples or answer anymore questions you have! Send me a personal message or an email, and you've got it!

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answers from Denver on

There is a good board certified dermatologist who sees both adults and children. He is very knowledgable and is located in Aurora. There are many dermatolists located at this clinic and they actually have multiple office locations. The one I have seen and can recommend is Dr. Arbuckle at the Aurora clinic. The clinic is called Dermatology Associates of Colorado, their phone number is ###-###-####.

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