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Hi doctor this is nethra. Its been 6wks and 6 days since I am carrying. Today I found spotting which is in light pink colour and its like a thin strand skin. M scared thinking is this a sign of miscarriage. please advise m very scared.
In spite of existing multi-million dollar market of fairness products in the country, the question of how impactful these products are? keep dwindling in consumer's mind. Our skin color is determined by our race and genetic lineage which in turn decides the amount and structure of melanin. Fairness creams can only work to a certain extent. As per dermatology studies, achieving fairness up to 20% is possible, but not more than that. The fairness creams only block sun rays and prevent secretion of melanin. Thus, help in reducing tan and restoring natural skin.
Side effects of fairness creams
Extreme use of fairness creams can rather lead to severe skin damage. Fairness creams contain harmful bleaching agent such as hydroquinone, mercury, lead, nickel, chromium and high levels of steroids that cause following problems:
- thinning of the skin
- discoloration of the face
- capillaries become prominently visible
- severe acne
- hypersensitivity to the sun
- rebound paradoxical pigmentation
- unwanted facial hair growth
- skin allergy
- skin cancer thus these creams should always be used judiciously only under the supervision of a certified dermatologist.
Do's and don't
What to do
- apply moisturizer daily during the day and before going to bed
- wash your skin with clean water at least thrice a day
- use sunscreen lotion to prevent tanning and harsh UV rays damaging skin
- use fairness cream preferably aloe based. It works well for inflammation and tanned skin for Asian weather.
- usage external barriers like umbrella and shades while going out.
- drink 6-8 glasses of water every day
- have anti-oxidant rich fruits
- increase the intake of vitamin c. It increases cell turnover, helps protect against sun damage, and boosts the production of collagen and elastin, the two vital component of healthy and glowing skin.
- exfoliation is one of the most important steps in maintaining your youthful glow. We recommend weekly exfoliation to brighten the skin tone. Regular use of an exfoliation removes the oldest dead skin cells that cling to the skin's outermost surface or epidermis. It is an important part of both facials and body treatments.
What not to do
- do not support the common trend of fair skin and the stigma of being dark
- avoid excessive bleaching in alternate weeks. Comprising of ammonia and hydrochloric acid primarily these ingredients can cause both minor and severe burn.
Avoid products that encourage acne breakouts
The truth is we don't need white skin to show our beauty, if you have healthy, beautiful, dark complexion, learn to love yourself. Your healthy and shiny skin is everything to impress whosoever will notice you. Do not trust every advertisement blindly, stay happy.
- Nutrition for Hair and Scalp
Prevents dryness of scalp by ensuring that body produces and controls enough supply of sebum, a natural oil required to keep scalp moist and healthy
Promote blood circulation in the scalp, hair growth; prevent premature graying, augment growth and repair of body tissues
Promotes hair growth by renewing the cells that grow hair. Its deficiency can lead to premature graying and hair loss
Promotes healthy hair growth and protects against dryness. It also increases the elasticity of the hair’s cortex, thus preventing breakage
Aids in improving scalp circulation. It is important to maintain capillaries that carry blood to the follicles
Increases oxygen uptake; this improves blood circulation to the scalp and growth of hair. Stimulates hair growth by enhancing the immune system
Orange and yellow coloured fruits and vegetables like orange, sweet lime, papaya, mango; green leafy vegetables like spinach, fenugreek (methi) leaves, also drumstick
Beans, peas, carrots, cauliflower, soybean, nutritional yeast, bran, nuts and eggs
Beans and legumes, citrus fruits, wheat bran, whole grains, poultry, liver, green leafy vegetables
Brewer’s yeast, brown rice, green peas, lentils, oats, soybeans, sunflower seeds. Walnuts, saltwater fish, egg yolk, milk, legumes and whole grains
Indian gooseberry (amla), guava, citrus fruits, pineapple, tomatoes and green peppers
Nuts and legumes, wheat germ oil, soybeans, sunflower oil, safflower oil
Essential for hair growth. Amino acids created from proteins can have constructive effects on the look and feel of your hair
Essential for hair structure and pigmentation of hair
Stimulates hair growth by enhancing immune function
Important constituent of blood (haemoglobin); vital for adequate oxygenation of all tissues
Essential for normal thyroid function
Vital component of hair shaft, stimulates hair growth
Promotes a healthy scalp, regulates sebum production
Stimulates hair growth
Lean meat; pulses like whole moong dal, rajma, chickpeas (kabuli channa), soybeans; nuts, grains, soya, fish, eggs, dairy products
Mushrooms, spinach, sesame seeds, mustard greens, asparagus, cashews, peppermint, tomatoes, sunflower seeds, ginger, green, beans, potato
Legumes and nuts
Red meat, lever, fish, poultry, leafy vegetables, lentils, beans, dates
Nuts, meat, eggs, fish, lobster, carb
Green beans, cucumber, celery, asparagus, mango, strawberries
Flaxseed, walnuts, cabbage, beans, broccoli, squash, fish oil, olive oil and salmon, sardines, tuna
Evening primrose oil, safflower oil, sunflower seeds, hemp seeds, corn and pumpkin seeds