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Derma Clinic

Dermatologist/ Cosmetologist, Medical Cosmetologist
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Chempakasseril house
Pathanamthitta, Kerala - 689549
Details for Dr. Elizabeth
Rajiv Gandhi University
MD - Dermatology
Professional Memberships
Association of Cutaneous Surgeons of India (ACSI)
Cosmetic Dermatology Society of India (CDSI)
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    Medical Cosmetologist, Dermatologist/ Cosmetologist
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  • MD - Dermatology
    All fats are not harmful for the body. The harmful fats are called saturated fatty acids and the useful ones are called unsaturated fatty acids. These are again monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fatty acids. Monounsaturated fatty acids reduce bad cholesterol and increase good cholesterol. Polyunsaturated fatty acids are of three types eicosapentaenoic acid, docosahexaenoic acid and alpha linolenic acid. They help in reducing skin inflammation, boosting skin immunity, destroying free radicals. Almonds is very skin friendly, walnuts, figs, pistachios, groundnuts.
  • MD - Dermatology
    Tomatoes are rich in lycopene antioxidant which is a powerful anti ageing agent. Strawberries, cranberries are rich in anthocyanin which helps fight skin inflammation. Black grapes blackberries blueberries contain anthocyanin which decreases risk of heart attack.
  • MD - Dermatology
    Remedies for dry skin this winter

    Winter can be harsh for your skin. The cold makes your skin dry with white flakes shedding from arms, legs and everywhere. Even the face loses its moisture and glow. To make your skin supple and soft in the winter months and restore its natural glow, use these simple natural remedies and say goodbye to dry skin this winter season.

    1. Honey and rose water tonic
    Rose water and honey provide excellent nourishment for the skin. Full of nutrients they make the skin soft and supple. Add a teaspoon of rose water to a teaspoon of honey and mix thoroughly. Apply on your face regularly.

    2. Papaya power
    Papaya is a great treatment for dry skin. It brings back moisture into the skin and also lightens scars. You can make a paste of papaya pulp and banana and apply it on the face and body. Leave it for ten minutes and wash.

    3. Aloe vera aid
    Aloe vera is not only beneficial when consumed but also works beautifully when applied on the skin. You can take a small piece from the plant and extract the gel. Rub it on your face and leave for 10 minutes. You will get rid of your dry skin within a few days.

    4. Almond oil with milk mix
    Almond oil makes the skin supple and milk moisturizes the skin.
    You can add a teaspoon of dry milk powder to a teaspoon of almond oil and blend to form a paste. You can add a few drops of lemon to remove winter tan. Apply this paste daily to bring back moisture into your skin.

    5. Olive oil sheen
    Olive oil is a great moisturizer and you can make a smart combo by adding sugar to it which will exfoliate your skin. Mix together 2 tablespoons of olive oil with half a cup of sugar to make this scrub. Add a few drops of lavender essential oil to give your skin a luxurious feel. Apply and leave for few minutes and then wash it off.

    6. Oatmeal soak
    Oatmeal has been known to be highly effective moisturizer, cleaner and even anti inflammatory remedy for the skin. You can soak your whole body in oatmeal to get a super hydrated and moist skin. Just blend 1 cup of oatmeal in a mixer to get a fine powder. Add to water in a bath tub and soak yourself for 15 minutes. Dry yourself and get a great skin.

    If you would like to consult with me privately, please click on'consult.
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    Green leaves and vegetbles are rich in chlorophyll. Romaine lettuce is as good as spinach and ten times more potent an antioxidant than iceberg lettuce. Include them in sandwiches and salads.
    Orange colour fruits and vegetables like orange, carrot, papaya and pumpkin are rich in beta carotene and vitamin c. These act as systemic sunscreens and anticancer agents.
  • MD - Dermatology
    Dry skin is dehydrated damaged skin easily prone to more damage due to the cold dry winters. To maintain the supplness of this type of skin its important to drink plenty of water on an average two litres of water everyday. Also, plenty of fruits and nuts and fsh should be consumed. Then again, its very important to moisturise with light moisturisers in the morning, heavy ones at night and in bath moisturisers. It's also essential to apply lip balms. Nonfragrant menthol free products are advisable. If not available, butter, ghee, milk cream or vaseline can be applied. Hands and feet are just as vital as any other part of body. Hands have to be protected with oil before housework and moisturiser shoud be applied after work. Feet are equally essential. They need as much care. Feet should be soaked in lukewarm water. Soles should be scrubbed. Foot cream should be applied. Cracked feet need socks and soft soled slippers.
  • MD - Dermatology
    Food is not only essential for good health but also for a healthy glowing smooth nd supple skin. Dry skin needs it's own special feed. Water should be taken in plenty to avoid dehydration. At least two litres of water should be taken daily. Fruits such as walnut, almond, figs, pistachio, cashew contain antioxidants which damage free radicals and helps the skin to glow. Have plenty of roasted flax seeds for a glowing skin. Have colourful veggies like carrot, onion, beetroot, red and yellow bell peppers, pumpkin are rich in different phytonutrients whiich replenish the skin. Nonvegetarians can have salmon, mackerel, tuna which are rich in omega three fatty acids and is an essential antioxidant. Avoid alcohol, caffeine and aerated drinks since they will dehydrate and dry skin even more in the cold airy winters.
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    Many an indian suffer from dry atopic skin. This is primarily due to the inherent tendency to dry. A moist skin is maintained by avoiding frequent baths. Oiling prior to bathing is very essential especially with olive oil since it holds moisture and prevents drying. Baths should be short. Do not use soap while taking a bath since it strips the skin of all its vital moisturisers instead use mild cleansing agents like liquids. Do not scrub with loofah, plastics, stone or husk. Avoid using woolen towels. Within three minutes of taking a bath, apply a moisturiser all over the body.
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  • MD - Dermatology
    Avoid using a shampoo with an unbalanced ph as it can cause hair loss and dandruff.
  • MD - Dermatology
    1. Massage scalp thoroughly twice a week to enhance root microcirculation.
    2. Wash scalp thrice a week.
    3. Use mild shampoos or washing agents.
    4. Dont comb wet hair.
    5. Dont tie up wet hair.
    6. Let hair dry naturally.
    7. Avoid use of hair dryers and blow dryers.
    8. Dry hair and detangle with a wide toothed comb.
    9. Trim hair regularly to get rid of split ends.
    10. Dont tie up hair too tightly.
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    Solution for hair loss due to hormonal problems

    Alongwith other problems, hormonal imbalance also has its effect on hair. Hair does not just get dry, dull and full of dandruff but because of hormonal issues, one can experience hair loss too. But this problem has solutions too. Let’s see how hair loss caused due to hormonal imbalance can be controlled.

    1. Healthy and balanced diet: Taking a balanced diet full of proteins, vitamins, minerals including green vegetables and fruits is the best way of taking good care of hair. Rather than applying things externally on hair, it’s more beneficial to eat a healthy diet which will show not only on your face but hair too. Quality of hair and glow on your face says a lot about kind of diet you are taking.

    2. Consumption of Omega 3 fatty acids: Our body produces many types of acids some are harmful and some are harmless. But it doesn’t produce omega 3 fatty acid which can help in new hair growth when the hair loss is due to hormonal imbalance. You can easily get omega 3 fatty acid from fish, walnuts and flax seeds.

    3. Scalp massage: Scalp massage is the easiest and cheapest way of avoiding hair loss that has been caused due to hormonal imbalance. Regular oil massage increases blood flow that helps in giving new life to the roots of hair resulting in hair growth.

    4. Proper sleep and exercise: Sound sleep and exercise also helps in hair growth once it has started falling down because of hormonal imbalance. Both these things will take care of your mental peace and good health in general which will have positive impact on the quality and thickness of hair.

    5. Reduction in caffeine and alcohol: Hormonal imbalance that causes hair loss is also caused by excessive intake of caffeine and alcohol. One must reduce its quantity if it cannot be fully avoided. It’s responsible for degenerating the endocrine system as well.

    If you would like to consult with me privately, please click on 'Consult'.
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  • MD - Dermatology
    Heating devices, chemicals and stylers alter hair structure and damage them. This contributes to hair loss. So steer clear from them.
  • MD - Dermatology
    Baldness is a distressing problem among the young and old all across the globe. It impedes self confidence and impairs a person's self esteem. There are ever so many options available as per grade of baldness from medications to surgery. It is possible to restore this confidence and smile.
  • MD - Dermatology
    Different veggies are sources of different nutrients. Green leafy vegetables and yellow colur fruits and vegetables are rich in vitamin a which is essential for skin, eyes and nails.
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    Grapes especially red ones are rich in flavanoid reservatrol which is 50 times more potent antioxidant than vitamin c or e and hence slows ageing.
  • MD - Dermatology
    Vitamin b1 or thiamine is a moisturiser which keeps the skin supple. It is richly present in brown rice, whole grains, potatos, dairy, eggs.
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  • MD - Dermatology
    Lines on your face make you look older. Horizontal forehead lines, glabellar complex and crow's feet are some of the upper face lines which make you look older and remove the youthfulness from your face.

    Softening these lines with ultra safe botox restores your natural youthful look which you will never get otherwise. For more queries and for procedure, kindly consult privately.
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  • MD - Dermatology
    Have five helpings of fruits and vegetables each day, it is an anti aging agent.
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  • MD - Dermatology
    The vitamins essential for skin are vitamin c, e and beta carotene.
    Vitamin c is ascorbic acid, water soluble, it scavenges in an aqueous environment. It works in tandem with vitamin e. Vitamin E is a fat soluble vitamin, protecting cell membranes rich in phospholipids.
    Beta carotene is a water soluble vitamin which is most widely studied. It scavenges from a low oxygen environment.
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    The wrinkles on the forehead which appear after a certain age are called horizontal frontal lines. This is due to the overactivity of the frontalis muscle with time. It can be totally removed. It cannot be softened with creams and lotions but definitely with botox. This will give you the wrinkle free forehead. For more queries and consult on this you can correspond.
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  • MD - Dermatology
    After 30's, ageing sets in. It presents in various forms. They manifest as lines, folds, spots, pigmentation. Dryness.
    Wrinkles and folds are very common problems seen in early 30s itself. Its due to sun, stress, gravity, undue muscle action. Forehead lines, frown lines, lines at corners of eyes.

    The question is - Is there a solution?
    The answer - Yes.
    Answer is Botox. A wrinkle softener and a fold relaxer.
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