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Dr. A P S Bedi is an experienced General Surgeon in Kailash Colony, Delhi. You can meet Dr. A P S Bedi personally at Nova Specialty Hospitals - Kailash Colony in Kailash Colony, Delhi. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. A P S Bedi on Lybrate.com.

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Premature Aging & Its Prevention

DDVL, MBBS
Dermatologist, Bangalore
Premature Aging & Its Prevention

Skin aging is a gradual process, but multiple factors, including stress and less sleep, expedite the aging process. Skin aging manifests itself in the form of wrinkles, sagging, discoloration and other visible effects. Such changes become more apparent as soon as one reaches late thirties or early forties, but early onsets are now very common too, which can be caused by a number of factors.

There are many ways by which skin aging can be prevented. Let us have a look at the following:

  1. Eat healthy: Having a nutritious balanced diet can make a tremendous positive impact on your skin. Consumption of food items that are rich in vitamins, minerals and other nutrients is essential. It is also important to drink lots of water and fluids to stay hydrated. Junk food and sugary drinks should be avoided as it negatively affects skin health.
  2. Avoid sun exposure: This is the most basic way of reducing the rate of skin aging and slowing down the process. While going out in the day cannot always be avoided, it is important to keep the skin covered with clothing, hats and sunglasses.
  3. Always wear sunscreen: This provides protection from the harmful rays of the sun (known as UVA and UVB). Making a habit of constantly applying sunscreen on all exposed parts of skin plays an important role in preventing skin aging. It is also necessary to use the right products, which should have an SPF rating or 30 or more.
  4. Exercise regularly: Keeping fit through regular workouts and exercise improves the circulation of blood in the body and consequently, the supply of blood and oxygen to the skin. This keeps the skin healthy and young and prevents early onset of wrinkling and aging.

There are several other ways of preventing skin aging such as avoid smoking, avoid the use of too many products and cosmetics, getting enough sleep, and always keeping skin cleansed and moisturized. Following these simple ways can effectively make your skin look younger and slow down the aging process.

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I am 26 yr old girl I need suggestion for skin whitening soap for body hand and leg is very dark my skin type is dry.

DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath, Ludhiana
Whitening cream ( biovalley ) apply on affected area at night whitening soap ( biovalley ) wash with this soap only you can get both these products from a homoeo store. If you cant get them then let me know.
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Hello sir, I am 32 years old woman I am vegetarian. Sir apple cider vinegar is best for dark underarms.

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician, Alappuzha
Hello sir, I am 32 years old woman I am vegetarian. Sir apple cider vinegar is best for dark underarms.
Apple Cider Vinegar Three times a day, use a cotton ball to apply plain apple cider vinegar directly on clean underarm skin. Leave it on without rinsing. Repeat daily. 2. Apple Cider Vinegar with Water This process is best for those with sensitive skin. Mix equal quantities of apple cider vinegar and water. After showering, soak cotton pads in mixture, wring out excess, and apply to underarm skin. Leave on for 20 minutes. Remove pads, rinse with warm water, and pat dry. Repeat daily.
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Whenever I eat chicken, sweets or goes out on a hot day, tiny bulges starts to appear on my skin. Before they do, I feel a burning sensation under my skin, it also happens to my scalp and I kinda feel like I'm losing hair cuz of it, even though I'm just 17.

BHMS
Homeopath, Chennai
Whenever I eat chicken, sweets or goes out on a hot day, tiny bulges starts to appear on my skin. Before they do, I f...
In Allopathy, anti-histaminics or immunosuppressant medicines like steroids are used which only give temporary relief, with the problem returning once the medicine is stopped. On the other hand, during Homeopathy treatment of allergy is cured by strengthening the immune system and the symptoms subside on their own. At the same time, it needs to be understood that this is purely natural allergy treatment. No steroids or anti allergic medicines are used. The immunity is strengthened by Homeopathy instead of being suppressed as happens with allopathic treatment. You can easily take an online consultation for further treatment guidance and permanent cure without any side effects
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While I was playing, a strong burnt stick with coal type ash had stinged my led such that my upper layer of skin peeled out. And my injury is fully covered with ash. Do it cause infection.. The ash cannot be cleaned.

MD - Dermatology
Dermatologist, Pathanamthitta
While I was playing, a strong burnt stick with coal type ash had stinged my led such that my upper layer of skin peel...
U need to get a tetanus injection at the earliest.u need a course of antibiotics.go to ur local doctor and get ur problem cleaned.
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Hello Doctor, I want to ask that I have tiny black spots on my nose, it is inside the skin, can you tell me what is it and some methods to cure it. Thank you.

MD - Dermatology
Dermatologist, Pathanamthitta
Hello Doctor, I want to ask that I have tiny black spots on my nose, it is inside the skin, can you tell me what is i...
Looks like you have freckles, it can also be lentigenes. This can arise in association with some other systems involvement too. Most commonly, intestinal associations can be seen. So, it's important that you consult a specialist physically. Apart from this, you can use a sunscreen with physical block and chemical agents, this will protect your skin from harmful uv rays which will increase these tiny black spots. Make sure your diet is rich in lycopene, this is present in plenty in tomatoes which is more beneficial if had in processed form as puree, ketchup, paste or sauce. Use kojivit gel twice daily over spots.
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Know About Microdermabrasion

PG Diploma In Clinical Cosmetology (PGDCC), BHMS
Homeopath, Delhi
Know About Microdermabrasion

Know About Microdermabrasion

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Why Is Skin Care Important for Everyone?

PGDMC, MBBS
Dermatologist, Ghaziabad
Why Is Skin Care Important for Everyone?

The skin is known as the largest organ in the human body. It covers us from top to toe and has three layers: 

  1. Epidermis: The outermost layer
  2. Dermis: Lies just beneath the Epidermis 
  3. Hypodermis: It holds the fat and connective tissue

Our skin requires constant care and protection because it is exposed to the ravages of pollution, dust and harmful UV rays. Let us consider the following reasons for taking care of the skin.

  1. Free Radicals: The particles or molecules that escape from dust, pollution and other such factors in everyday urban living, settle on the skin and clog the pores. It is important to clean the skin every single day and exfoliate at least once a week with a trip to the salon or with a facial scrub at home, so that these can be removed.
  2. Dead Cells: The skin throws up dead cells on a daily basis, which may not be obvious to the naked eye. These need to be cleared daily as they can also clog the pores and give rise to acne, skin infection and other skin conditions, that can take a turn for the worse with ailments like Melanoma and skin cancer.
  3. Elasticity: One must keep the skin clean and use anti aging products in a timely manner along with a good moisturiser and sunscreen, so that the supple quality and glow is kept intact with a regular cleanse of the collagen, which can be prevented from slipping away due to neglect. This collagen keeps the elasticity of the skin which makes the skin look firm and young.
  4. Prevention: One must clean the skin and use skin care products that prevent premature aging and accumulation of free radicals. Prevention is better than cure and this stands true in the case of skin care as well. 
  5. UV Rays: The powerful UV rays can hit your skin persistently and cause long term damage and sun spots. In order to lessen the damaging effect, it is important to use protective skin care products that will help in keeping freckles, age spots, brown spots, skin peeling and excessive sunburn and tanning at bay. 
  6. Skin Problems and Allergies: Bug bites, injuries and other allergies must be taken care of instantly with a visit to the doctor or medicated creams and medication. This will ensure that the delicate texture of the skin does not get marred by possible infection.

It is important to look after your skin with a proper routine of cleansing, toning and moisturising.

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My skin is little dark tone than my body tone. Please suggest me with some medicines and home remedies for brightening the skin.

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Faridabad
My skin is little dark tone than my body tone. Please suggest me with some medicines and home remedies for brightenin...
1. Avoid direct contact with sunlight. use sunscreen. 2. Apply pure honey to your face, leave it on for a few minutes and then wash it off with lukewarm water. This simple remedy will help remove dead skin cells, making your skin appear brighter and fresher than before. Do this once daily. 3. To make a skin-lightening mask, combine one teaspoon each of honey and lemon juice, one tablespoon of powdered milk, and one-half teaspoon of almond oil. Mix them well and apply it gently on the skin. Leave it on for 10 to15 minutes and then wash it off with cold water. Do this every other day
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Facial Pigmentation - How To Manage It?

M. Ch. (Plastic Surgery), MS - General Surgery, MBBS
Cosmetic/Plastic Surgeon, Noida
Facial Pigmentation - How To Manage It?

Favorite pastime of most of the people would be to look at the mirror and analyze the skin. While acne is the most common problem, next in line would be pigmentation. One could have light patches or dark patches on the skin. The color of the skin is due to a pigment known as melanin. Greater the amount of melanin in the skin, darker the complexion. Skin color depends on the following:

  1. Age
  2. Genetics
  3. Ethnicity
  4. Degree of sun exposure
  5. Skin care routine
  6. Stress levels
  7. Hormonal levels (related to menstruation, pregnancy, breast feeding, menopause, etc.)
  8. Food habits

Hypopigmentation is less common and it is better to seek medical advice to rule out other medical conditions. Hyperpigmentation where there are increased amounts of melanin on the skin. This is quite common and happens with increased sun exposure and age. The most common types are as below:

  1. Melesma: Caused by hormonal changes, is very commonly seen during pregnancy.
  2. Lentigo: Multiple black spots or freckles. This could be caused by ageing or due to sun exposure.
  3. Management of hyperpigmentation: This involves two-fold approach with preventing and treatment

Tips for preventing hyperpigmentation:

Reducing sun damage and using optimal sun protection is the best way to prevent hyperpigmentation. The sunscreen should have at least an SPF (sun protection factor) of 15. A common misbelief is that sun damage happens during the bright days. However, even sun during cloudy weather causes damage, so avoid direct sun exposure as much as possible if you have are at risk of pigmentation.

Regularly scrub and exfoliate the skin to remove the dead cells from the top layers. Dry or sensitive skin can be exfoliated 1 to 2 times weekly, and oily skin can be exfoliated 2 to 3 times weekly. This helps constantly remove the top dead layers and fresh skin cells to come to the top, giving a fresher, more youthful look.

Treatment for Hyperpigmentation Pigmentation is hereditary, and so improved skin care routine is useful in improving appearance. When buying skin care products, check whether the SPF is greater than 15 at the minimum, and there are other essential ingredients like alpha hydroxyl acids, glycolic acid, and lactic acid.

These help in skin regeneration and producing a clearer skin with reduced discoloration. Vitamin C, Vitamin E, and kojic acid are also useful in treating hyperpigmentation. Dietary changes like egg white mask, citrus fruit application, potato peel can help in reducing pigmentation.

Other dietary changes to adhere to include a diet that is less in oil and refined sugars. A fresh fruit and vegetable loaded diet, adequate hydration, good skin care, and proper sun protection can go a long way in reducing pigmentation.

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

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