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I am 25 years old unmarried I came to Bangalore 4 months ago. After coming I started facing problem regarding hairfall. Almost 60% hair I have lost in last 2 months. I am also facing dandruff problem. Please suggest me what should I do. Should I go for hair spa. Or should I use any specific shampoo and oil. Please help me.
I am 20 years male and having heavy hair loss for past one weak. I am using almond oil presently. How to control this loss.
I am loosing hair prickly and having a problems of dandruff please may you kindly please I am loosing hair prickly and having a problems of dandruff please may you kindly please I am loosing hair prickly and having a problems of dandruff please may you kindly please I am loosing hair prickly and having a problems of dandruff please may you kindly please I am loosing hair prickly and having a problems of dandruff please may you kindly please I am loosing hair prickly and having a problems of dandruff please may you kindly please.
My face skin become black but not full face its its like black spot on my face it is from last 2 year and becoming more spot on my face.
I'm having hair fall and greying of hair. My dandruff is also not decreasing. I want healthy black hair. Please help.
A breast augmentation surgery can leave you with bigger and fuller breasts, but can also leave you with a few scars. These scars typically appear on the lower half of the breast, under the arm or around the areola. Scarring depends on the type of skin, as well as how well your skin heals after the surgery. Like any other, the scars caused by breasts augmentation surgery can be treated in a number of ways. Some of these are:
- Silicone gel scar treatment: This involves applying silicone gel onto the scar and allowing it to dry. For best results this needs to be applied daily and left on, for as long as possible. Silicone gel shrinks the scar while simultaneously flattening it and lightening it.
- Silicone sheeting: Silicone sheeting is a strip of silicone available in a variety of shapes depending on the type of surgery undergone. It is a self-adhesive and can be reused. This is typically used to treat scars on creases or areola scars. Both silicone gel and silicone sheeting are most effective when used within 6 months of the surgery.
- Cortisone creams: Cortisone is a hormone that helps fight inflammation. Creams that contain cortisone when applied on a scar can help lighten it and reduce its size. If you plan to use cortisone creams to treat scarring, ensure that the wound has healed completely before applying the cream.
- Dermabrasion: This is a minor surgical process through which the upper skin layer is removed. This is especially useful in cases of raised scars but not suitable to sunken scars.
- Massaging the affected area: A soft circular massage of the operated area can help drain the lymph nodes beneath the skin. This helps reduce inflammation and softens the skin. This also helps break down dense collagen and prevents the formation of a raised scar. However, do not attempt to massage your breasts without consulting your doctor first.
- Laser treatment: Lasers can be used on new as well as old scars. The number of sittings required for laser treatment depends on the size and type of scar. When used on keloid scars, laser treatment can help flatten the scar and reduce redness. Lasers can also be used to stimulate the production of collagen to help the body heal itself. Further, ablative lasers can be used to vaporize scars and are the preferred form of treatment for sunken, irregular shaped scars.