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In May 2013 excoriation disorder, or compulsive skin picking disorder was added to the revised Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (DSM5). This is a significant, positive step for those suffering from this condition as it acknowledges that there is a clinical component to the behavior.
Excoriation disorder does not discriminate. Research into compulsive skin picking seem to indicate that this disorder has no boundaries with regards to age of onset, gender, race or nationality.
Every year the Trichotillomania Learning centre (TLC) holds a conference highlighting new research, challenges and advancements in the field of Body-Focused Repetitive Behaviors (BFRBs) such as trichotillomania and dermatillomania.
Inositol has been named as one of the potentially effective pharmacological treatments for body-focussed repetitive behaviors (bfrbs) such as trichotillomania and dermatillomania. To date there is only one published uncontrolled study by Dr.
Have you heard of Dr. Pimple Popper? I recently stumbled acorss an article about Dr Sandra Lee, a dermatologist and cosmetic surgeon who goes by the name of Dr Pimple Popper on Instagram and YouTube.