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Dr. Sachdeva

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General Surgeon, Chandigarh

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Dr. Sachdeva is a renowned General Surgeon in Sector-17, Chandigarh. Doctor has done MBBS . Doctor is currently practising at CMC Hospital in Sector-17, Chandigarh. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. Sachdeva on Lybrate.com.

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I am a 13 year old female. I have a very fair complexion but I have lots of dark freckles on my face. What treatment should I take? Thanks.

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Dermatologist, Surat
I am a 13 year old female. I have a very fair complexion but I have lots of dark freckles on my face. What treatment ...
Hi, you need to protect yourself from the sun as much as possible. Apply broad spectrum sunscreens on your entire face once in the morning and once again in the afternoon.
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I have black spots and pimples on face, what should I do to remove this and I also want to look my skin fair. Please suggest me any treatment or home remedies or ayurvedic treatment.

MBBS, Diploma in Venerology & Dermatology (DVD)
Dermatologist, Delhi
I have black spots and pimples on face, what should I do to remove this and I also want to look my skin fair. Please ...
Acne are common in this age group. These are due to hormone changes, infection and unhealthy diet take food with a high vitamin a, vitamin e and c contents. Drink lots of water. Regulate your daily activities, lower stress, increase sleep and do some yoga and exercise daily. Acne marks can be removed by microdermabrasion or chemical peels.
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Can you provide me the Ways to remove sun tan? If there any natural therapy please I would like to know I will b much obliged Waiting for your reply.

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Delhi
Can you provide me the
Ways to remove sun tan?
If there any natural therapy please I would like to know I will b much...
Only alovera can help u. Take alovera plant leaf expose its gel after removeing one side of skin of alovera leaf then rub it on ten area and wash it after 30 min.
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I have anus lump and its painful .what are the causes and treatment please suggest.

BHMS
Homeopath, Mumbai
I have anus lump and its painful .what are the causes and treatment please suggest.
Hello lybrate-user! Long standing constipation, eating oily spicy food, etc can cause piles or you can say haemorrhoids! Avoid eating oily spicy food! Eat fibrous food! Lot of water! Homeopathic medicine will help you to cure your problem!
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Dark Colored Skin - Why Is It Good?

MBBS, MD - Dermatology, F.C.P.S.(Dermatology, Venereology & Leprosy), Diploma in Venerology & Dermatology (DVD), DNB (Dermatology)
Dermatologist, Pune
Dark Colored Skin - Why Is It Good?

Many Indians are crazy about fair skin and go to extreme lengths to achieve and maintain a fair complexion. The media bombards you daily with very catchy advertisements of creams, lotions, sunscreens and other unscientific products that claim to make your skin fairer. Do you know that your skin colour is darker for very good evolutionary and biological reasons and that medically speaking, it is good that you do not have very fair skin?

Darker skin is adapted to sunlight and has increased quantity of a pigment called melanin. The more melanin you have, the darker your skin. And the safer you are! Melanin along with other factors, acts as a “natural umbrella” and prevents harmful radiation from entering your skin.

These are just some of the reasons why black skin is safe and beautiful:

  1. You are less prone to sunburns: White skinned individuals often get painful, carrot-red or tomato-red inflamed sunburns on exposure to sunlight. Some individuals also get blistering sunburns requiring aggressive medical treatment to control the reaction. Your darker skin allows you to spend much longer time on the beach and you probably have never ever experienced any blister due to sunlight.
  2. You do not experience photo-ageing: Fine and deep wrinkles, broken blood vessels on the nose and cheeks, freckles, age spots and rough scaly spots called keratosis are commonly seen in white skinned individuals with long term sun exposure. These set of changes are called photo-aging. Because of natural sun protection, your Indian skin remains has less wrinkles and is smoother, even when exposed to the same amount of sunlight.
  3. You are less prone to skin cancers: Without melanin, you can imagine white skin as a transparent covering, which allows harmful UV light to penetrate through into the lower layers of the skin. This radiation causes damage to the DNA and a few cells may mutate to cause skin cancers, some of which are deadly. You are lucky that your “natural umbrella” blocks UV light effectively and cells in different layers of the skin suffer much less damage compared to white-skinned individuals. However, don’t forget to see a dermatologist in case you see any new bump, or in case you see any change in(a)symmetry, border, color, diameter or evolution (ABCDE) of any existing moleon your skin.

However, on the flip side, since your skin is effective in shielding you from sunlight, you are also prone to Vitamin D deficiency. Sunlight is required for the production of Vitamin D and darker skinned individuals are more prone to this deficiency. Talk to your dermatologist about this possibility.

Sunscreens were developed to protect against sunburns and skin cancers and you probably do not need them as a routine, unless you work outdoors, on beaches or on mountains. Stay away from skin brightening creams, since many of them contain compounds which permanently damage your skin and organs. Make it a point to consult your dermatologist before putting any medication on your skin. Be proud and be happy that you have dark Indian skin. In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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Sir/ madam which face is helpful to whitening the skin please tell me dermatologist doctor.

MBBS, DNB (Dermatology)
Dermatologist, Mumbai
Sir/ madam which face is helpful to whitening the skin please tell me dermatologist doctor.
The best way to get your skin glowing is to increase oxygen circulation in your body with the help of exercises, yoga. Taking break between hectic work schedule and splashing your face with cold water 2-3 times a day is helpful. Drink plenty of water throughout the day. Have a balanced diet, eat more iron and zinc containing foods like dates, nuts and dry fruits. Include Skimmed milk, cottage cheese, lentils in diet. Vitamin C, Zinc and Vitamin B are important nutrients for great skin. So include lot of fresh fruits, vegetables and whole grains in your daily diet.
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I am 24 year male. I hve black dag not shadow around my eyes. I hve applied so many cream & another things to avoid it but it did not get avoid. Its looking vry bad. So please Tel me any meditation or suggestion to avoid it. Please Any of them.

DNB, MD, MBBS
Dermatologist, Bangalore
I am 24 year male. I hve black dag not shadow around my eyes. I hve applied so many cream & another things to avoid i...
Find out the cause for under eye darkness is very important before starting the treatment. Thereare treatments like chemical peeling, topical creams, few oral medications and eye fillers.
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Can you please prefer me some medicines or antiseptic to treat dark circles. I have normal skin.

B.Sc. - Dietitics / Nutrition, Nutrition Certification,Registered Dietitian
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Delhi
Can you please prefer me some medicines or antiseptic to treat dark circles. I have normal skin.
I suggest you to go for your hemoglobin and iron level. I think this an be the most important thing causing anemia and thus dark circles. This is the important reason for tiresomeness also. I suggest you to take ample of green vegetables and fruits along with iron supplementation. Use kojic acid based cream before bedtime.
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Botox & Fillers For Skin Rejuvenation!

MD - Skin
Dermatologist, Hyderabad
Botox & Fillers For Skin Rejuvenation!

With age, the skin begins to deteriorate and gradually lose its function and appearance.  The underlying layers of collagen, which give it the firmness and elasticity begin to gradually break down, leading to sagging of the skin, dark spots and pigments, and dull, lusterless skin.  

This causes cosmetic and psychological concerns, given that most people (especially women) become extremely conscious about these and want to avoid these ageing effects of skin. Over the past few decades, skin fillers and Botox have begun to play a major role in skin rejuvenation, especially from the various ageing effects.  

Let us look at these two methods and how they have worked their magic around skin care.

Botox: The neurotoxin from botulinum A was actually used for treating muscular disorders to cause paralysis and prevent repeated twitching. However, it was later realised that the same effect could be used in skin to reduce ageing effects.  Used commonly in the crow’s feet area, forehead and frown lines, the injected Botox causes paralysis of the underlying muscles.  

This reduces the muscular activity and so the muscles relax and soften.  This produces a younger looking appearance.  In addition, these paralysed muscles also give some time for the elastin and collagen to recover.

The Botox injections are usually done in the outpatient setting and require about half an hour to an hour. The areas for injection are marked and after the procedure, the patient can go back to regular schedule, including working.  It might require repeat injections, about 4 to 6 months later, depending on how well the skin responds and the expectations of the patients.

Fillers: Another routinely and commonly used way to manage wrinkles are the dermal fillers. The elastin, collagen and hyaluronic acid in the skin are lost with age and these filler injections replace the lost substances in very quick time and thereby restore youthful skin quickly.  Unlike Botox, the muscles are not touched.  There is a loosening of the collagen and elastin, which produces loose skin and sagging.  The fillers occupy the space left behind by the lost collagen and elastin and actually ‘fill’ up the extra available space. This gives a firmer, younger looking skin.  The lines and creases are actually eliminated. They can also be used to produce thicker lips, lifting cheeks and plumping temples.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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