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1064/2, General Mahadev Singh Road, Vyomprasth Shakti Enclave, Kanwali Dehradun
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Kalra Polyclinic   4.7  (45 ratings) Dermatologist Clinic 1064/2, General Mahadev Singh Road, Vyomprasth Shakti Enclave, Kanwali Dehradun
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Kalra Polyclinic is known for housing experienced Dermatologists. Dr. Neeti Kumari, a well-reputed Dermatologist, practices in Dehradun. Visit this medical health centre for Dermatologists recommended by 82 patients.

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1064/2, General Mahadev Singh Road, Vyomprasth Shakti Enclave, Kanwali
Patel Nagar Dehradun, Choose State - 248146
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Dr. Neeti Kumari

MD - Dermatology , Venereology & Leprosy, MBBS
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9 Years experience
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MD - Dermatology , Venereology & Leprosy, MBBS
Dermatologist, Dehradun
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Pigmentation After Pimples - How to Prevent It?

MD - Dermatology , Venereology & Leprosy, MBBS
Dermatologist, Dehradun
Pigmentation After Pimples - How to Prevent It?

Sometimes excessive oil gets trapped and stuck in the pores of your skin. If this persists, it leads to the eruption of pimples, an extremely uncomfortable and nagging problem that plagues, both men and women indiscriminately. The most distressing part about pimples, apart from their unavoidable presence on the face is the mark they inevitably leave behind, the remnants which refuse to disappear. Pigmentation after pimples is a common phenomenon, one that often requires medical intervention to remove them. However, there are various ways by which you can avoid pigmentation after pimples, some of them are:

1. Sunscreen: The benefits of sunscreen require little introduction. They not only protect the skin from the harmful ultraviolet rays, but they also help in fading away the marks left behind by pimples. It is strongly recommended that if you want to accelerate the process of recuperation, you must make it a point to apply sunscreen daily without fail.

2. Exfoliation: This refers to a procedure that removes the covering of the old skin and brings to the fore the fresh layer of skin. With increasing age and growing skin problems, exfoliation has emerged as the most preferred choice for most women. In fact there are multiple ways, by which one can exfoliate one's skin. Depending on your convenience, you can go for scrubbing or a thorough washing of the face known as washcloth. There is also another method known as chemical exfoliation that works better and more efficiently than the other methods. By removing the old layer of the skin, exfoliation ensures a complete removal of the pigmentation left behind by pimples.

3. Medicines: Sometimes the intensity of the pigmentation marks on the skin may necessitate the medical intervention. If other methods fail or you wish for a speedy recovery, prescription drugs are always a nice option. At the same time, those medicines, which have retinoid (compounds with effects to those of Vitamin A) like Differin or Tazorac can also be availed of, if need be.

4. Skin Lighteners: As the name suggests, skin lighteners help in a gradual fading away of the dark spots on the skin. There are several skin lighteners like kojic acid, mulberry extract, licorice extract and primarily vitamin C, which significantly lighten the skin and help in doing away with the marks.

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Your Diet and Acne - Know The Relationship!

MD - Dermatology , Venereology & Leprosy, MBBS
Dermatologist, Dehradun
Your Diet and Acne - Know The Relationship!

Acne is a common skin disease which happens when the hair follicles becomes full with dead skin cells and oil secreted from the skin. Acne is mainly characterized by vast areas of blackheads and pimples. The appearance of a person suffering from acne has often led to anxiety, and in extreme cases has caused depression as well.

CAUSES OF ACNE-

  1. Genetics is thought to be one of the main reasons for hair fall due to acne. This is supported both by Twin studies and studies that have shown higher rates of acne among first degree relatives. Acne susceptibility is polygenic as the disease does not follow the Mendelian inheritance pattern.
  2. Another reason for acne is related to hormonal activities such as those during menstrual cycle and puberty. During puberty, sex hormones called androgens increase which causes the follicular glands to grow larger than normal. Many hormones like testosterone, dihydrotestosterone, dehydroepiandrosterone sulfate and growth hormone have been shown to have links with acne.
  3. Many bacteria like the anaerobic bacterium are suspected to be a reason behind acne. Infection caused by the parasite Demodex is also responsible for causing acne.

Role of Diet in Acne-

Different studies have been done to establish a relationship between diet and acne but there is no evidence to prove so. Some tests have shown different degrees of acne intensity due to high glycemic diets. Another unproved study shows consuming dairy milk is linked to higher incidences and intensity of acne. One recent experiment has shown a relationship between acne and obesity however no relationship is found between acne and insulin metabolism. Vitamin B12 may cause skin problems similar to acne.

Cigarette smoking and acne has been a ground for high debate among biologists. Some medical records have shown that cigarette smoking increases the severity of acne.

Some studies have also shown that stress or other psychological causes worsens acne. Acne severity is linked to high stress levels.

SYMPTOMS-

  1. Scars are a common symptom of acne. Acne scars are caused due to inflammation in the skin dermal layer. The scar is made by an abnormal form of healing after the inflammation. These scars are classified on the basis of whether excess collagen or collagen loss is caused by the abnormal inflammation.
  2. Nodular acne lesions cause pigmentations. This often leaves a red, inflamed mark even after the lesion has been cured.

TREATMENT-

  1. A diet low on glycemic index is recommended for treating acne.
  2. Benzoyl peroxide is the first step in treating mild to moderate acne. This is because of its high effectiveness and mild side effects. The peroxide causes drying of the skin as a side effect.
  3. Antibiotics are very much used for treating acne. Oral antibiotics are highly recommended. This is because of their anti-inflammatory properties.
  4. Azelaic acid when applied at 20% concentration is effective for treating mild to moderate acne.
  5. Natural treatment methods include applying tea tree oil or bee venom to reduce the amount of lesions in acne.

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

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Which face wash good for acne scar and for pores, Ahaglow face was or saslic ds face wash. Please Help me.

MD - Dermatology , Venereology & Leprosy, MBBS
Dermatologist, Dehradun
Which face wash good for acne scar and for pores, Ahaglow face was or saslic ds face wash. Please Help me.
You should apply one contains both glycolic and salicylic acid. So ahaglow S is better than both of the above that you mentioned.
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Derma Treatments For Acne (Pimples) - What To Know?

MD - Dermatology , Venereology & Leprosy, MBBS
Dermatologist, Dehradun
Derma Treatments For Acne (Pimples) - What To Know?

What is Acne (Pimples)?

Acne is a very common skin disease that is characterised by the clogging of hair follicles of the skin with dead cells or oil produced from oil glands called ‘sebum’. It is a long-term skin disease and is seen to affect people who fall within the age group of 13-25.

They mostly occur on the face but it can also occur on the back, arms, neck, chest and shoulders. This can result in an uneven, bumpy appearance on the skin that may swell up and appear red. In severe cases, when the swelling subsides, it may leave a mark on the affected area.

What Causes Pimples?

The reasons behind pimples are not very clear although it is seen to be more prominent with teenagers and is more severe in boys as compared to girls.

But some factors that may cause acne are:

  1. Hormones: The levels of hormones called ‘androgens’ increase when someone hits teenage. Androgens cause the pores on the skin to enlarge and secrete more sebum. This causes the pores to get clogged, thus causing acne.

  2. Genetics: It is more likely for you to get pimples if your parents have had them in their childhood.

  3. Medications: Certain medications used to treat diseases such as epilepsy can result in acne.

How To Treat Acne?

It is usually recommended to consult a dermatologist who may give you several options such as-

Although it is generally a temporary condition, severe acne can leave a scar problem that can last a lifetime. A cosmetic dermatologist can provide a variety of procedures for acne scar removal or reduction.Other measures that can be taken to control outbreaks include maintaining a healthy, junk-free diet.

Microdermabrasion, deep chemical peels, and laser skin resurfacing have all been shown to effectively reduce or eliminate acne scars. The right acne scar removal treatment for each patient depends on the degree of acne scarring, skin type, and other factors. A cosmetic dermatologist can recommend the procedure that is best for you. Some of the treatments are:

  1. Topical Ointments: Ointments are topical agents that are used on the surface of the skin or mucous membrane. Agents with Salicylic acid as an active ingredient can help in treating acne.

  2. Oral Prescriptions: Oral antibiotics such as clindamycin can be prescribed to you for treating your acne.

  3. Acne Surgery: It can be used to treat current acne conditions. It involves cleansing the skin and its pores of infections and excessive oil and clusters of dead cells.

  4. Skin Peeling Treatment: It is a very effective way of removing current pimples and scars that are left behind by the older ones. It basically removes the old, dead skin cells and encourages the growth of new ones.

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

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Skin Care Regimen With Different Stages Of Life

MD - Dermatology , Venereology & Leprosy, MBBS
Dermatologist, Dehradun
Skin Care Regimen With Different Stages Of Life

Life looks and feels different at every age, and so does your skin and so should be your skin care regime. Here is a glance at what skin care regimen should include in your teens, 20s, 30s, 40s and beyond.
In your teens

1) am: use sunscreen.
2) pm: wash your face.
All skin care regimens must start with a broad-spectrum sunscreen that should be worn year round. Yes I must repeat again year-round. Sun protection decreases risk of getting skin cancer and also slows the signs of ageing, also prevent tanning and pigmentation. Studies show that the sun’s uv radiation causes 90% of skin aging. It’s never too early to start protecting your skin. Washing your face before bed is essential and non negotiable. You need to get the day’s grime off, including makeup, oil, pollution and dirt to decrease the risk of skin irritation, clogged pores and acne. It is also the first step in helping your skin cells in their efforts to reverse the day’s wear and tear.

In your 20s
1) am: use sunscreen
2) pm: wash your face.
3) pm: apply moisturizer before bed.
Skin cells have a lot of work to do while we rest up—and they function better in a moist environment. Applying moisturiser before bed protects the skin from dehydration as you sleep, making it easier for them do the repairs they need do. Despite the common myth, moisturizers do not cause pimples. If you have oily skin and are worried, pick a product that is oil-free and non comedogenic. If you have acne or redness, pick one withniacinamide (vitamin b3), to combat that redness.

By your 30th birthday
1) am: use sunscreen
2) pm: wash your face.
3) pm: use retinoid.
4) pm: apply moisturizer before bed.
We have 30 years of data showing that topical retinoids (vitamin a) help with reducing fine lines by increasing collagen synthesis and decreasing collagen breakdown. They also correct sun damage and improve skin texture and discoloration. Topical retinoids increase cell turnover, which is why some people experience irritation if they use too much or do not follow it with a moisturizer.
Many over-the-counter products contain retinol that needs to be converted into tretinoin by the body before it can get to work. Studies show you need a strength of 0.25% retinol or 0.025% tretinoin for it to be strong enough to cause these positive changes in the skin. After washing your face, but before your face cream, apply a very small amount and start slow, using it just twice a week, only at night, and work up from there.
There is a lot of concern about sun sensitivity with retinoids. Because it increases cell turnover, the top layer of dead skin is less thick. This layer can provide an spf of 2 to 4. Provided you are using a daily sunscreen, it is ok to use retinoids all year round. 

40s and beyond
1) am: apply an antioxidant serum.
2) am: use sunscreen.
3) pm: wash your face.
4) pm: use retinoid.
5) pm: apply moisturizer before bed.

Multiple studies show that serum with vitamin c, hyaluronic acid and vitamin e protect your skin against photoaging. They work because these vitamins function as antioxidants, neutralizing the damaging free radicals created by the sun and pollution before they activate the breakdown of collagen. It’s important to know that the skin is very good at keeping things out, so these antioxidants need to be in a well-formulated vehicle that absorbs easily into the skin to ensure those important and expensive vitamins get deep enough into the skin to protect it.
Antioxidants and retinol serums are typically more expensive and not sought out until the first signs of aging begin, but they are safe to use at any age (unless you are pregnant). In fact, many teenagers are prescribed tretinoin for acne. If you have started using it for acne, I suggest that you keep using it even after your skin improves. Simply switch to a more moisturizing formula to make it more tolerable for less oily skin.
I hope it’s helpful. 
 

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I'm struggling from sunlight because I'm a cricket player sunlight get my face oily and glowless black spots please can you help me.

MD - Dermatology , Venereology & Leprosy, MBBS
Dermatologist, Dehradun
I'm struggling from sunlight because I'm a cricket player sunlight get my face oily and glowless black spots please c...
You should use a broad spectrum sunscreen 20 minutes before sun exposure. As you are a player you should go for a water proof sunscreen and the one containing zinc oxide or titanium oxide.
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Testosterone level 212, age 39, can improvement un testosterone level give hair growth.

MD - Dermatology , Venereology & Leprosy, MBBS
Dermatologist, Dehradun
Testosterone level 212, age 39, can improvement un testosterone level give hair growth.
Yes the normal level should be in between 280-1100. Yours is lower and as we know testosterone is essential for the secondary sexual character development. So the improvement in the level will definitely help you to achieve this. It will help in beard and moustache hair growth. But first you have to consult to endocrinologist to rule out the causes of lower body testosterone level and dermatologist to rule out the other causes of hair disorder.
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Winter Skin Care

MD - Dermatology , Venereology & Leprosy, MBBS
Dermatologist, Dehradun
Winter Skin Care

Beauty tip: Always apply a really good moisturizer within three minutes of washing skin and toweling it dry.

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I am having male pattern baldness because of dht so I was advised to use minoxidil and finasteride so I want to know does finasteride will have much side effects on my body leading to sexual changes should I use it if not please prefer me some other dht blocker with less side effects and with same potency.

MD - Dermatology , Venereology & Leprosy, MBBS
Dermatologist, Dehradun
I am having male pattern baldness because of dht so I was advised to use minoxidil and finasteride so I want to know ...
Finasterride in the dose prescribed for MPB does tha even many side effects and it also FDA approved for the same. There are many studies where pts are using finasteride for Long time without any side effects. Although in very few pt it can cause reduction of libido but that in very few only. So my advise is that you should take it and if you feel any such side effect then you can consult to the treating physician because if it occurs it’s totally reversible after stopping the drug. There is nothing permanent effect. And also remember try to take it early in the morning because it’s the time when your hormone levels are at peak.
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