The older I get, the harder I have to work at looking, well, half-way decent! Over this next week, I have a total of four “appointments” set up to try and remedy my situation. Beauty is hard work! Bless those who are helping me out in my endeavor to look a little less hagged out.
Tomorrow I have a follow-up dermatology appointment. This appointment will be for a combination of health and beauty reasons. A couple weeks ago I went to Center for Excellence in Dermatology in Kennewick to have a skin cancer check and to talk about itchy dry spots and an itchy scalp. Loveliness, I know. My skin has been a mess since I moved from Western Washington to Eastern Washington. While I was at the dermatology clinic, the PA, Heidi, discovered a suspicious spot on my back and did a biopsy, and she gave me some topical steroids for my itchiness. I still haven’t heard back on the biopsy results, but hopefully by tomorrow they will know something. Also, I have a couple of non-suspicious but annoying seborrheic keratoses, so the PA will treat those tomorrow, most likely with cryotherapy.On the left side of my face and on my forehead I have those stupid seborrheic keratoses. Blech. Can you see them in my pictures?
Also tomorrow, I get to see cute little Alyssa at Dermacare Tri-Cities for a quick 2nd IPL treatment on my hands. I can’t believe how much better they look after the 1st one!
Next week I will make the drive over to Tacoma where I will have two beautifying appointments. 😉
I am so happy that on Tuesday I get to spend time in the office! Though I work for Dr. Robert Niedbalski in Tacoma, I am now working remotely from Kennewick, so getting to spend time with everyone at the office is a real and rare treat. While I am there, Dr. Bob is going to do facial filler on me, and probably a little Botox. To this I say, “Fill me up!” Just in case you didn’t know my beauty motto, that’s it.