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I'm 22 years old girl. My problem is that tiny blotches in my thighs it is in black colour sometimes it will be itches.
Skin problem in my whole body from my birth like fish scale I am applying daily bioline to get smoother then dry.
I am Roopesh 18 year old I am having very dark face what can I do for become white? Please give me best suggestion.
Hello sir, my anus swells up for few days. After some days. Means now. When I was pooping. I found lot of blood in stool. Not with stool. Before. Previous months this situation is occur so I took O2 tablet for this. Overall my anus blood veins are swells up for long time so now they give blood when I was applying pressure for poop. Give me some solution for this. And one thing when I masturbate the anus area little loose.
Next season maybe not do leaser surgery so skin look bad or not how much day after second leaser surgery do and what side effects of leaser surgery.
Hello Dr. How to naturally I get glowing skin with help of exercises, how I take how I care my skin etc. Please give me some advice. Thank you.
Hello doctor my problem is I have gastick problem and I have many rash on skin. So please help how I reduce my skin problem.
Sìr, I regularly smoke 2 cigarettes,! Upto, and I have aa pimple scars and black spots on my face. So, does it causes to the spots and scars on face? And I want to quit aa cigar seriously How U suggest. For me.
My skin tone is fair but on my face there is many dark spot and I used many creams but they not work, I am scared about my dark spot which comes after pimples. Please tell me what I do for removing my dark spot.
I have skin disorder in lower body parts, civil hospital doctor saying it tinea doctor give me medicin which are very effective but it can't completly vanish problem afrer 3 to 5 five week it again started I taken cource of 15day for frist and after 7 day for two time suggest me best solution allopathy/ayurvedic to completly remove the problem any and also any temporary medicine which can give me relief from scrubbing for a day my age is 19 and half year and having no other disease.
Sir two years back I got chicken pox during those days I scratched some pores due to it holes are formed then I forgot to take care of it but now its looking worst so many holes on face I was fair but due to it I am not looking good.
My problem is skin burn my face is dark due to tan so I need to cure and want to be fair please help me thanking you.
I have black spots on my skin cheeks and forehead. I had applied kojivit and dermiva too bt facing same problem. Let me know what I can apply or do test for same also my weight is overweight how I can reduce the same?
I am suffering from constipation problem since my child hood. So many black spots is there on my shoulders. Constipation is main problem for that? Please help me what I do?
Mere face ki skin oily hai and face par black dots he skin age bhi jyada dikai deti he face par wrinkle bhi he me kya karu in ko clear karne ke liye.
Fillers vs botox
When it comes to the fight against fine lines there are seemingly endless options for giving your complexion a youthful boost. Botox and dermal fillers have long been a gold standard in cosmetic treatments. Both have been known to turn back the clock, smooth wrinkles and make your skin look younger. One of the most popular questions about the two procedures is: which one is better? this question is often misleading as both treatments are used depending on the patient's needs, and is nothing alike. We've all heard of botox thanks to the spate of celebrities who use it, but what about fillers, the other option for smooth, line-free skin?
Betting on botox
Botox is essentially refined neurotoxin, which can help treat wrinkles. Typical sites for botox are frown lines, forehead lines, crow's feet, lip lines, and many other wrinkles that result from facial expression. these treatments work by causing facial muscles to relax temporarily. Wrinkles continue to become more defined as the muscles become tighter and the skin creates deeper grooves. Botox relaxes the muscle so that the skin is not continually being pulled which gives the skin time to smooth out.
Botox has also been known to relieve headaches in patients which are caused by muscle spasms or tension. It may be surprising to learn that botox is also useful with patients suffering from axillary hyperhidrosis. Axillary hyperhidrosis is a condition where a patient suffers from excessive sweating from the armpits. In this case, botox will block some of the signals which lead to secretion via sweaty armpits.
Focus on fillers
Dermal fillers on the other hand, are designed to fill wrinkles, and re-volumize areas such as the cheeks, that typically lose volume as we age. Cosmetic fillers can plump up thin lips, enhance facial contours, improve the appearance of recessed scars, and get rid of facial lines while restoring volume and fullness to the face.
It contains hyaluronic acid, which plumps up the skin, filling and smoothing out any surface wrinkles. The smooth injectable gel helps restore the skin's volume and smooth away facial wrinkles and folds, including those highly visible ones around the mouth and nose and on the forehead.
Perhaps the most common misconception surrounding botox and dermal fillers is that they can achieve the same results as getting a facelift. This is simply not true since a facelift is a surgical operation and can accomplish more drastic results. Botox and dermal fillers merely alleviate the effects of aging and for younger people, can be used as a preventative.
Negative side effects for non-invasive cosmetic treatments are usually uncommon, but it's important to note there are still risks, which can vary depending on the procedure. Compared to more invasive facial rejuvenation procedures, botox and dermal fillers are considered to be very safe procedures.
There is minimal downtime for using botox. In fact, patients can have this treatment done on their lunch break and return to work. There is always a risk of swelling and bruising with dermal fillers, but most patients return to work the same day as well. This is a quick recovery compared to invasive procedures, which can take weeks, if not months, to heal.
Typically, a patient can feel the results within a couple of days but may not see any results for a week or two.
It is important to remember that botox lasts for approximately four to six months depending on the patient. Many patients prefer a repeat dosage sooner than other patients because they are not tolerant of seeing any wrinkles at all.
The dermal filler results last for 1-2 years depending on the product you choose.
Botox and fillers: can you get both?
While you might think that botox and fillers can only be used separately, they're actually better together. Botox is often used in conjunction with fillers (and even lasers) to enhance the overall results of those treatments. botox and fillers are a perfect combination
Botox and fillers perform differently, so a combination of those treatment works better than either treatment alone. Botox relaxes the underlying facial muscle, while fillers plump the skin and smooth out fine lines and wrinkles. together they provide the most soft and natural looking improvement in facial appearance and age related cosmetic concerns. In many cases soft tissue filler will last longer when used with botox
Between botox and fillers you should have no trouble finding a skin smoothing solution that works for you. Wrinkles and fine lines don't stand a chance against either, and if you really want a put stop to aging skin use a combination of both.