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Psychologic consequences of facial dermatoses

, : Psychologic consequences of facial dermatoses. Clinics in Dermatology 32(6): 767-771

The attractiveness of the human body has always been an important issue in the fields of sociology, psychology, and psychiatry and also in the field of dermatology. In psychodermatology, one often discovers how all these fields intermingle to produce elaborate situations and extreme human difficulties. Perfect skin is widely adored in literature, poetry, and biblical texts, as well as in advertisements, movies, and television. Because in most societies the face is the body part that is visible, imperfections of the skin are also visible; therefore, its flawed appearance bears the potential to become a source of misery to some.


PMID: 25441470

DOI: 10.1016/j.clindermatol.2014.02.016

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