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Hi already told that I have dark circles and eye allergy like Small pimples under eyes but already I take homeopathy treatment from last 8 months but dark circles increasing day to day my face appear to every one very dull and very suggest me be in active I am suffering this pblm very bad.
Sir I'm having spots on my face I hv tried many tubes but no one didn't work. please suggest me for best idea or any tube & anything. To bring me out this problem, Thanx.
I have a itches on my back, its turned my skin to black colour on that spot, please suggest me the best medicine for that.
I am 38 years old and I am teacher I have dark circle around eyes and I am using skin ointments but no result obtained. I was also consulted with homeopathic doctor but no result. I wait for your reply.
I have black heads on my face. I have taken lots of treatment. But still it comes daily. Plzz there help me out.
I have black spots as well as pimples on my back. I used scar removal cream for 4 months but didn't see any changes. What should I do?
I am 23 year old female. I had an allergy on my face. A small dots all over d face only. Later it is cured. But my skin is lost before colour. Skin is black. Very difference between my body colour and my face colour. So what can I do to gain my before colour. Could you give me a suggestion please sir.
My face are very dry and also lot of blackness on face due to UV rays so how to remove and how to protect our body from the sunlight I am student of civil and my work are in Field.
Due to pimples on my face and forehead I got blac spots on face and black patches on forehead kindly help me to get rid off this.
I have use a razor for clean my face hair. But next day some rough dark spots occur around my mouth. Today I use best hyperpigmentation cream, it will less my scar but not completely and today that cream will not effect on my skin. What can I do?
Acne can be particularly frustrating for adults. A treatment that worked so well during our teen years can be useless — or make acne worse. If this happens, you may wonder whether those blemishes really are acne. After all, do adults get acne?
Reasons for adult acne
Yes, adults get acne. Some adults continue to get acne well into their 30s, 40s, and even 50s. It is even possible to get acne for the first time as an adult. Dermatologists call this “adult-onset acne.” It is most common among women going through menopause.
Women tend to get adult acne more often than men do. If you’re getting acne as an adult, it is likely due to one or more of the following reasons:
Fluctuating hormone levels: An imbalance can lead to breakouts.
Women often experience fluctuating hormones:
Around their periods
During pregnancy, peri-menopause, and menopause
After discontinuing (or starting) birth control pills
Stress: Researchers have found a relationship between stress and acne flare-ups. In response to stress, our bodies produce more androgens (a type of hormone). These hormones stimulate the oil glands and hair follicles in the skin, which can lead to acne. This explains why acne can be an ongoing problem when we find ourselves under constant stress.
Family history: Does a close blood relative, such as a parent, brother, or sister have acne? Findings from research studies suggest that some people may have a genetic predisposition for acne. People who have this predisposition seem more likely to get adult acne.
Hair and skin care products: If you have adult acne, you should read the labels on your skin care and hair care products. Make sure that you see one of the following terms on every container:
Won’t clog pores
You want to make sure your moisturizer, cleanser, sunscreen, and all other products contain one of these terms. These products are least likely to cause acne.
Medication side effect: Acne is a side effect of some medicines. If you suspect that a medicine is triggering your acne or making it worse, continue taking the medicine — but talk with the doctor who prescribed it. Ask if acne is a possible side effect. If acne is a possible side effect, ask if you can take a different medicine. If you cannot take another medicine, you may want to see a dermatologist who can help you control the acne.
Undiagnosed medical condition: Sometimes, acne is a sign of an underlying medical condition. Once the medical condition is diagnosed and treated, the acne often clears.
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I am 24 years old. I have oily face and a few pimple spots on my face. So please suggest me natural remedies and what food I have to consume to get rid of this problem.
I have few dark spots/scar on my face, aftereffect of pimple/RF treatment. Can anyone suggest any specific brand or type of serum that I can use to remove the dark spots and also for skin whitening.
My skin whitened when I use melacare, but my skin getting dark while stop using melacare. Can I stop using melacare, without loosing my fair skin? Give me some useful tips.
Epidermolysis bullosa simplex is a genetic disorder that results in the skin turning fragile and blister prone. Any small injury or friction created due to rubbing of the skin might lead to blister formation. In some cases, blisters may occur inside the mouth and on the cheeks. Normally, the cause of the disease is linked to defective genes.The condition is usually inherited and the symptoms start flaring in childhood. In some cases, the symptoms start during the early twenties.
The symptoms of this disease are:
- Deformities in the nails of the toes and fingers.
- Blisters in the internal organs such as esophagus and vocal chords.
- Formation of blisters on the skin of the feet and the hands.
- Loss of hair and scarring of the scalp.
- Thickening of the skin on the palms and soles of the feet.
- Formation of white skin bumps on the skin.
- You may experience various dental problems such as tooth decay.
- You may have problems in swallowing food.
Epidermolysis bullosa can be classified into:
- Junctional Epidermolysis Bullosa: This is a severe form of epidermolysis bullosa that usually develops during birth. The condition is characterized by hoarse and unusual crying sounds and scarring in the vocal chords. The genes that attach the epidermis to the basement become defective and thus, cause blister formation.
- Kindler Syndrome: This type is characterized by blister formation across all layers of the skin, but its symptoms tend to disappear with time. This condition is known to cause discoloration of the skin when exposed to the sun.
- Dystrophic Epidermolysis Bullosa: This is caused by a defect in the gene that causes problems in collagen formation. This results in complications as the skin doesn't join properly.
This disease may cause various complications such as sepsis, skin infection, anemia, constipation and dehydration. An infant, who has a severe form of epidermolysis bullosa, may not be able to survive due to widespread blistering and infections that may drain all the body fluids out drastically. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a geneticist.