Insulin Dermatitis of a 57-Year-Old Women

Majid Ali, M.D.

 

Because in my experience, insulin toxicity (insulin dermatitis) is the most common cause of facial dryness and darkening (illustrated in companion articles in my Insulin Dermatitis Series linked below).

Following are my clinical observations concerning the problems of the facial skin in patients with insulin toxicity:

* Insulin toxicity is the most common cause of facial skin dryness in all ages.

* Insulin toxicity is the most common cause of facial skin pigmentation changes dryness in all ages.

* Insulin toxicity is the most common cause of facial dryness and acne associated with facial hair in teenage girls and young women. This is how PCOS (polycystic ovarian disorder begins).

* Insulin toxicity is the most common cause of loss of facial pigmentation (depigmentation) associated some areas of darkening skin (hyperpigmentation).

The photograph below illustrates the clinical features of insulin dermatitis.

 


Insulin Facial Pigmentation Disorder Illustrated

Photographs of facial skin pigmentation abnormalities in two of my patients are shown below. The skin condition improves slowly and steadily after the raised blood insulin levels are normalized with integrated detox and nutritional therapies.



There is only one acceptable way of finding whether or not insulin toxicity exists: a three hour insulin test.

Insulin Course

For detailed information on this subject, please read other articles in my Insulin Course linked below

Below, I present two photographs of insulin dermatitis involving the chin and upper neck of a woman in her later thirties with peak insulin level about three times as high as the optimal level of under 20units.

 

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What Causes Insulin Toxicity? Here is one example.

Insulin Facial Pigmentation Disorder Illustrated

Photographs of facial skin pigmentation abnormalities in two of my patients are shown below. The skin condition improves slowly and steadily after the raised blood insulin levels are normalized with integrated detox and nutritional therapies.

Diagnosis of Insulin Toxicity

There is only one acceptable way of finding whether or not insulin toxicity exists: a three hour insulin test.


 

Dr. Ali’s Insulin Course

For detailed information on my free insulin course, please the link below.

 

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