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Hello, My question about har falling, I am 26 year old man. From 4 years I am loosing my hairs more and more. So now I am afraid of it. I am thinking to have hair treatments, is it ok to have a treatment?
From last 2 months my eyebrows are falling off very ly. And the growth has become scanty. What should I do for this as my eyebrows used to be thick and bushy but now it has visible gaps.
I am a 14 years old girl and I have quite a bit of body hair, I want to use a hair removal cream and get it removed, but I was told that using hair removal creams promotes more hair growth, is it true?
Red itchy skin on hips under arms .swelling in parabolic rectangular shape having a blank line on it.
I am 21 years old and have many marks on face and I want to get rid of that what should I do for it.
Hair is falling like a hell from three months my hair was long and thick now very thin due to iron calcium deficiency I have stone problem. I can not eat calcium. Tablets and when I take tablets for iron I get constipation I am. Taking homeocal cal cimu tablets 2 morning 2 evening please sugest some thing for hair fall.
Sir black spot on my face I use SPF-30. Please recommended a medicine for black spot and face whitening.
Hi this is Teja my Mother had dark circles on his face to get rid of it doctor suggested to my Mother to use panderm whether is cream is good or not.
How to identify my skin type? Like whether ut is normal, oliy etc? And suggest me the best face creams, soaps and shampoo.
I have an problem with my skin. There are some ringgrowns on my back. After treatment it is not recovered. So now what I have to do? Is there any ayurvedic treatment for ringgrowns?
I am aged 51 and hyper allergic to all kinds of hair colors. If I use heena what ingredients may give black color look to gray hair instantly.
Sir I have some problem me and my family that's is hair fall for my friends also how to solve the problem any solution for you any medicines.
Pimples are the bane of a teenager’s life. Pimples or acne are caused when an oily substance called sebum produced by the skin clogs pores. This provides a fertile breeding ground for bacteria and before you know it, pimples pop up. Though they are not a health risk, severe acne can cause permanent scars. So it’s best to prevent pimples rather than deal with the skin blemishes and scars due to it.
Read on for hot tips for managing pimples
- Keep your face clean: Wash face twice to remove grime, dead skin cells, and extra oil from skin surface which can breed bacteria and cause pimples. Washing more often than twice daily can be counterproductive, though. Always use warm and not hot water as the heat can strip oils from the skin and cause premature ageing. Try also to stick to a mild facial cleanser in favour of a harsh soap. Men should avoid deodorant body soaps as these can irritate the already inflamed skin.
- Don't scrub: If you have pimples, don’t scrub your face with an exfoliating glove or coarse cloth. This can help spread the infection to the other parts of the skin. Use a soft cloth instead.
- Moisturize: If you use products to get rid of pimples, they can leave your skin dry and stretchy. Use a moisturiser to minimise dryness and skin peeling. Look for "noncomedogenic" on the label of moisturisers, which means they will not cause pimples.
- Use an over-the-counter acne product to tackle pimples: These can be bought without a prescription and contain ingredients such as benzoyl peroxide, salicylic acid, glycolic acid, or lactic acid, which curb bacteria and remove excess oil from the skin. These products can cause drying or peeling of skin so start with a small amount at first. You can also use topical retinoid gel which prevents pimples from forming. Use this gel sparingly if you have sensitive skin.
- Stay off makeup during a pimple breakout: Avoid wearing foundation, powder, or blush as these are especially harmful. If you do have to wear makeup, wash it off before sleeping at night. Choose oil-free cosmetics without added dyes and chemicals and one which are labelled as "noncomedogenic". Always read the ingredients list on the product label before buying.
- Watch products that you use on your hair: Avoid using oils, pomades, or gels on your hair. These can irritate your skin if they get on your face. Always use a gentle shampoo and conditioner. If you have oily hair, keep them off your face as they can add more oil to your face. Wash your hair often, especially if you're breaking out.
- Don’t pick and squeeze pimples: This can make your pimple breakout worse. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Dermatologist.