Online dermatology service First Derm is an award-winning app, backed by scientific research studies, with over 200,000 users. Featured on Wired, CNET, USA Today and Forbes, First Derm is one of the oldest and largest online dermatology groups, serving 160+ countries in 7 languages. Our online dermatologists are board-certified, vetted, and trained in teledermatology. Get an expert answer on your skin concern anywhere, anytime, anonymously. Starting at $29.95. RESEARCH-BACKED – First Derm’s technology is backed by 4 peer-reviewed scientific papers and in hospitals. 8-HOUR, 24-HOUR and 48-HOUR RESPONSE TIME GUARANTEED - First Derm responds within hours. 24/7 online customer support. BOARD-CERTIFIED DERMATOLOGISTS – Dermatologists on First Derm are board-certified with over 10 years of specialized training at top medical institutions and vetted by a senior medical advisory board. 100% ANONYMOUS – No registration needed. User data is always kept anonymous, encrypted, and on secure servers. SHARE YOUR ANSWER AND JUMP THE QUEUE – 70% of our users get better with over-the-counter medication. For more serious cases, First Derm recommends a face-to-face with a dermatologist. Use the app to find a dermatologist, pediatrician and pharmacy near you. With an answer from First Derm, our users see a dermatologist two weeks faster than the US average of 32 days. Common concerns include: • Acne • Eczema • Folliculitis (ingrown hair) • Hives • Bug bites and insect bites • Hair loss, alopecia • Skin cancer, moles, changing moles, melanoma, actinic keratosis • Cold sores, fever blisters, herpes simplex virus • Rosacea • Dandruff, seborrheic dermatitis, dry scalp, scaly scalp • Dry skin, chapped skin • Psoriasis • Wrinkles and anti-aging skin care • STD (sexually transmitted disease) / STI (sexually transmitted infection) Disclaimer Answers provided by First Derm dermatologists are for informational purposes only to give you peace of mind and what to do next, since you are anonymous, it does not create a physician-patient relationship, and is not a diagnosis or a treatment plan.