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Treatment Of Acne/Pimples
Treatment of Hair Fall
Treatment of Hair Loss
Treatment of Female Hair Loss
Treatment of Dandruff
Treatment of Greying Hair
Treatment of Black Spots on Skin
Treatment of Hair Growth
Skin Whitening Procedures
Treatment Of Acne Scars
Treatment of Oily Skin
Treatment of Rashes
Glowing Skin Procedures
Management of Dark Skin
Hair Health Treatment Procedures
Treatment of Baldness
Treatment of Vitiligo
Treatment of Ichthyosis Vulgaris
Treatment of Sunburn
Laser Hair Removal
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Hey there .I use juvel (now, suvel) soap on face once daily as one of doctor consulted me .is it good for skin or is it harmful? I have using it for more than 1 years .will it affect my skin in near future? Or I should stop using it.
Am 27 years old, am having hair loss problem which is called alopcia areata. Am loosing hairs all over my body day by day. Since I consulted trichologist it has decreased little bit. So please can you find me a permanent solution for hai growth.
A nail penetrated the hand and now I have air under the skin. How can o remove the air under the skin?
I am having male pattern baldness at the crown area. For dandruff and excessive itching on scalp, should I use saclo lotion or halox lotion as two dermatologists have prescribed different lotions to be used over night.
What is the best way to keep the skin bright and alive? Are there any particular food habits that needs to be followed?
I got my feet burned due to hot water almost boiling I have taken pain killers, anti biotic also injctn of tentnus and applying silver nitrate tube according to advice of my near by clinic. Its almost 1 week now and I am feeling difficulty in walking and standing also I am a diabetes patient since 7 months type 1. Please suggest some home remedies and also whether it is appropriate to walk or not. Because I am feeling pain whenever I try to stand or walk. Also can I put my foot in cold water?
He is loosing too much hair and have tried different shampoos and oil but there is no effect but it has increased the hair loss.
Hi I have problem is that. My whole body is fair but oily to I have got pimple on my face, back n arms they to. But at the time my face is very dull pors is open so pls let me know wt I do?
Which shampoo should I use? My scalp is oily and from past 1 year I had not took care of my hairs so now my hairs had become curly and rough. Before it would be very smooth; straight and siky in last 1 year. I had tried many shampoos and conditioner to make my hairs curly to straight and silky but no result. So what you recommend me to do? Which shampoo and which hair oil and which home hair care routine you recommend me to do?
Scabies is an intensely pruritic skin infestation caused by the host-specific mite Sarcoptes scabiei hominis. Approximately 300 million cases of scabies are reported worldwide each year.
Signs and symptoms:
Burrows are a pathognomonic sign and represent the intraepidermal tunnel created by the moving female mite. They appear as serpiginous, grayish, threadlike elevations in the superficial epidermis, ranging from 2-10 mm long. High-yield locations for burrows include the following:
*Webbed spaces of the fingers
*Flexor surfaces of the wrists
In geriatric patients, scabies demonstrates a propensity for the back, often appearing as excoriations. In infants and small children, burrows are commonly located on the palms and soles.
One- to 3-mm erythematous papules and vesicles are seen in typical distributions in adults. The vesicles are discrete lesions filled with clear fluid, although the fluid may appear cloudy if the vesicle is more than a few days old.
DIFFERENT TYPES OF SCABIES::
*Nodular Scabies :
Nodules occur in 7-10% of patients with scabies, particularly young children. In neonates unable to scratch, pinkish brown nodules ranging in size from 2-20 mm in diameter may develop.
*Crusted scabies :
In crusted scabies, lesions are often hyperkeratotic and crusted and cover large areas. Marked scaling is common, and pruritus may be minimal or absent. Nail dystrophy and scalp lesions may be prominent. The hands and arms are the usual locations for lesions, but all sites are vulnerable.
SECONDARY LESIONS IN SCABIES:
These lesions result from scratching, secondary infection, and/or the host’s immune response against the scabies mites and their products. Characteristic findings include the following:
Widespread eczematous dermatitis
My name is Viswanath I'm 23years old. I'm suffering from hair fall since last 6months. Now I came to know that it is due to Head Lice. Please suggest me a solution for this problem so that I can control hair fall.
I sometimes have headache, when I don't oil my hairs and if use oil, pimples start coming and my skin is also very oily. Please do provide me a solution for it.
I have dandruff. But I've been noticing that my scalp itself decays heavily in form of dandruff. Is it normal dandruff or something different. Can I have a cheap and easy way to get rid of it?
Can I ask some personal questions I have to enlarge a penis and how to gain weight or how to make stamina how to make face free from pimple or scars.
Hello, Can you please suggest how can I prevent hairloss. As I am pure vegetarian can't eat egg. please suggest.
Psoriasis is a skin condition marked by red, itchy and scaly patches on the skin although the problem of psoriasis extends to even deeper parts under the skin. People who suffer from psoriasis face an increased likelihood of contracting other serious medical conditions such as cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, and psoriatic arthritis. The common factor among these associated conditions is understood to be inflammation.
Here's a list of associated conditions of psoriasis.
1. Obesity - People suffering from mild psoriasis are 30% likelier to be obese than those who are not. For people diagnosed with severe psoriasis the chances increase by 80%.
2. Cancer - People experiencing psoriasis are subjected to an increased risk of contracting certain cancers like lymphoma. A study discovered that people diagnosed with psoriasis have an increased likelihood of 40% to contract cancer than the general population. The reason for this particular risk hasn't been yet understood.
3. Diabetes and high cholesterol - High levels of triglycerides, total cholesterol and lipoprotein are present in patients with psoriasis, and these patients are 28% likelier to have high cholesterol compared to the general masses. According to a recent study, people with have a 46% increased chance of suffering from Type 2 diabetes.
4. Kidney disease - According to a 2013 study, published in the British Medical journal people with psoriasis have an increased risk of encountering kidney disorders. Severe and mild psoriasis increases the likelihood of kidney diseases by 58% and 36% respectively.
5. Peptic ulcers and mood disorders - In some cases, peptic ulcers are also linked with psoriasis. The reason for this is attributed to inflammation. Psoriasis also leads to mood disorders like depression due to the pain and anxiety arising from the condition.