Asked for female, 27 years old from Pune
-Wash your face with Bakson's Facewash 2 to 3 times a day daily (wash your face with warm or lukewarm water only) which is followed by CTMP, i.e. Cleansing, toning, moisturising and protection (apply liberally Sunscreen Gel with SPF-30) except at night when you just need to wash your face before going to bed.
-Take healthy food only and avoid unhealthy ones (although sebaceous glands are not excretory glands then as well!) as what you eat is reflected on your face!
-Avoid taking unnecessary stress/ tension as it encourages secretion of stress hormone in the body as this affects skin or any other tissue of the body.
-Drink atleast 8-10 glasses of water in a day.
-Take 6-8 hrs. Of sound sleep everyday.
-Don't use others towels, handkerchief on your face as well as never share yours.
-Never ever rub your face as it damages the skin (even towel should be dab on skin softly) and breakouts of acne get worsened!
-Maintain hygiene, wash your face 2-3 times in a day, changes the pillow covers, bed sheet daily, use cotton bed sheet only (try to sleep on your back).
- Take 1 tbsp of fuller's earth (multani mitti) + a dash of lime + bit of rosewater – apply this on your face till it gets dried up, then rinse it off.
- Take 1 tsp of Alum (or fitkari), make it slightly wet with water and apply this on your wet face, spread it well; let it dry and rinse it off. Alum remove your excessive moisture or oil and it also tightens the skin's tonicity.
You can take homoeopathic medicines – Berberis Aquefolium Q/ 10 drops in 1/2 cup of water/ thrice a day (and for local application as well) and Kali Brom. 200/ thrice a day – for 30 days.
Also, use Bakson’s Apricot scrub 1-2 times a week on the area.
Some causes of constipation include:
Antacid medicines containing calcium or aluminum
Changes in your usual diet or activities
Eating a lot of dairy products.
Irritable bowel syndrome
Neurological conditions such as Parkinson's disease or multiple sclerosis
Not being active
Not enough water or fiber in your diet
Overuse of laxatives (Over time, this weakens the bowel muscles)
Problems with the nerves and muscles in the digestive system
Resisting the urge to have a bowel movement, which some people do because of hemorrhoids
Some medications (especially strong pain drugs such as narcotics, antidepressants, or iron pills)
Under active thyroid (hypothyroidism)
Try these steps for your constipation problem:
Drink two to four extra glasses of water a day (unless your doctor told you to limit fluids for another health reason).
Try warm liquids, especially in the morning.
Add fruits and vegetables to your diet.
Eat prunes and bran cereal.
Isabgol, also known as "psyllium husk, is a common health supplement used to treat constipation, other digestive problems, and a few non-digestive problems. It contains 70 percent soluble fiber and, as a result, acts as a bulk-forming laxative. The effectiveness of isabgol largely depends on your individual health needs and the manner in which you take it. Usually, you will need to take 1 to 2 tsp (5 to 10 ml) of isabgol with 1 cup of water (240 ml) or fluid daily at night until your constipation passes. The exact dosage may vary depending on age, medical condition, and response to treatment, however.
Eat a well-balanced diet with plenty of fiber. Good sources of fiber are fruits, vegetables, legumes, and whole-grain bread and cereal (especially bran).
Drink 1 1/2 to 2 quarts of water and other fluids a day (unless your doctor has you on a fluid-restricted diet). Fiber and water work together to keep you regular.
Avoid caffeine. It can be dehydrating.
Check on milk. Some people may need to avoid it because dairy products may be constipating for them.
Go to the bathroom when you feel the urge.
Avoid taking unnecessary stress.
Take Schwabe’s Biocombination-4/ thrice daily for 4 weeks.
Seborrheic dermatitis is a common skin condition that mainly affects your scalp. It causes scaly patches, red skin and stubborn dandruff. Seborrheic dermatitis can also affect oily areas of the body, such as the face, upper chest and back.
Seborrheic dermatitis is also called dandruff, seborrheic eczema and seborrheic psoriasis.
It isn't contagious, and it's not a sign of poor personal hygiene.
Few self-care tips can help you control and manage seborrheic dermatitis (dandruff):
Soften and remove scales from your hair. Apply mineral oil or olive oil to your scalp. Leave it in for an hour or so. Then comb or brush your hair and wash it.
Wash your skin regularly. Rinse the soap completely off your body and scalp. Avoid harsh soaps and use a moisturizer.
Avoid products that contain alcohol. These can cause the disease to flare up.
Wear smooth-textured cotton clothing. This helps keep air circulating around your skin and reduces irritation.
If you have a beard or mustache, consider shaving it off. Seborrheic dermatitis can be worse under mustaches and beards. If this is the case for you, shaving might ease your symptoms.
Avoid scratching. Scratching can increase irritation and your risk of infection.
Gently clean your eyelids. If your eyelids show signs of redness or scaling, wash them each night with baby shampoo and wipe away scales with a cotton swab. Warm or hot compresses also may help.
Use lukewarm water for head wash.
Take homoeopathic medicines - Schwabe's Badiaga 200 & Alfalfa tonic twice a day for 1 month and revert.
Use Schwabe's Anti-Dandruff shampoo and Anti-Dandruff oil regularly as per the condition of your scalp (minimum 3 times a week).
After shampooing, use Bakson's Arnica hair conditioner as well after every head wash.
Apart from this, you can take one tablet of multivitamin Folli Hair once daily for 1 month.