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Laser Hair Removal
Mole Removal Procedure
Skin Care Treatment
Piles Treatment (Non Surgical)
Skin Diseases Treatment
Cysts Removal Procedure
Wart Removal Technique
Chronic Skin Allergy Treatment
Stretch Marks Treatment
Tattoo Removal Procedure
Removal Of Stitches Procedure
Corn Removal Procedure
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Recently a lot of itching in my body! I have no allergies I guess I just had a place change recently. The itching is in whole body. Chest stomach pelvic region all places. Please provide me a solution.
Hello, Mam/Sir I am 26 years Female I have a acne problem last one year I am used all creams and face wash but relief my acne problem. Please suggest me & what can I do for my acne problem. Thanks.
I have lot of blackheads (green/white) on my nose. I consulted a doctor so she gave me Tretin 0.025 mg cream I am using from past 1 month still no effect it’s just that my has become more dry Can anyone please suggest me something.
I am getting white hair I have tried ayurvedic but no use yet. I am not sure what else can I do. Can you please advice me to get rid off this problem.
I hv been doing hand job twice daily for 4 years now. N now when I'm 18 years old I already have over protruding cheek bones n sunken cheeks .my face looks boney .n also my butts have tucked in. Is this the cause of over masturbation? How can I recover from my facial issues? Pls help.
I am 23 year old male. I have pimples and blackheads in my face. Last 2 month se problem, but still no solution for me. So please say to some tips or cream.Please suggest me something for that.
Hi, I am from mumbai I am having skin tags in my face, neck & under arms please suggest me what medicine can I use.
Sir I want to brighten my face Cox I have sometimes acne problem. please suggest me some creams that will help me to brighten my skin during winter in Kashmir.
I'm suffering from hair fall problem for the last 4 years, and one thing I noticed it is getting excessive at the time of winter due to dandruff. I tried some home remedies but no positive result. At the age of 20 maximum area of my head got bald. Not only dandruff, I'm facing a problem of blood, clots on my head. Can you suggest me a permanent solution for this problem?
My facial skin has become dry and dull due to winter, m also facing acne problem. Can you suggest on the same?
Few days ago I got injured in accident and I got stitches on my face how my stitches marks gone from my face tell what should I apply on my face to remove stitches marks.
I have a problem of hair fall. I stay in dubai. So I guess the water here is more reason for my hair fall. If so what is the solution for that?
Botox is the latest advanced therapy for getting rid of that excess sweat! Made in vogue by famous celebrities like Kelly Ripa, Botox will prevent sweat stains, sweaty feet and sweaty palms for up to 6-8 months at a time. At Agelock Skin Clinic, we are highly experienced in treating you for those tell-tale signs with Botox.
How Does It Work?
Botox will stop the sweat glands from working by paralyzing their activity. See, each sweat gland also uses muscles to eject sweat and other materials out of the pores. By using Botox, those muscles become weaker so they are can’t make that sweat anymore!
How Do We Do It & How Long Does It Last?
First, we will do a starch test to identify where you are sweating the most. Remember, don’t apply antiperspirants for 2i4 hours before this test!
Then we will do painless microinjections in the required areas using Botox! Yes, the injections are painless because we gently numb the area using simple creams, and then only do quick superficial infusions of the botox for the minimum of pain.
Requiring only one sitting every 6-12 months, your sweating will stop within the next few days, giving you dry and stain-free underarms, hands and feet for months!
Are There Any Risks?
We offer the best treatment for hyperhidrosis or excess sweating. Our therapies are safe and ultra-effective! Typically, Botox in the underarms, palms and feet are very safe when done by an experienced practitioner. The meso-injections are done very gently and superficially so that only the sweat glands get affected!
Stress, worry, anxiety, and inadequate nutrition lead to hair loss and premature graying of hair. A certain amount of hair loss is considered normal, as old strands are replaced by new. When hair loss is excessive, care must be taken. Similarly, the graying of hair after a certain age is a normal phenomenon, but when this starts in the early years of life, one should look into for remedies.
Increased intake of fried, sour, spicy, salty, and fermented foods, as well as tea and coffee, aggravate the Pitta Dosha (Ayurvedic humor representing Fire) in the body. This Pitta accumulates in the skin of the scalp, leading to hair falling out and graying prematurely. Factors like excessive anger and stress are also responsible. Excessive consumption of alcohol and meat also aggravate Pitta.
Loss of hair
Ayurvedic Hair Loss and Premature Graying Treatment
Hair loss is known as Khalitya in Ayurveda. According to Ayurveda, hair is a byproduct of bone formation and the tissue responsible for building bones is also responsible for the growth of hair. Early hair loss is related to body type and the balance of the mind-body constitution (doshas). People who have excess Pitta in their body are likely to lose their hair early in life, or have prematurely thin or gray hair. Excess Pitta in the sebaceous gland, at the root of the hair, or folliculitis can lead to hair loss.
Ayurvedic treatment of hair loss is aimed at pacification of Pitta through a customized diet and lifestyle regime, along with medication. A combination of diet, herbs, oil massage, meditation, aromatherapy, breathing and yoga can be beneficial in addressing the problem of hair loss and premature graying of hair.
Diet & Lifestyle Advice
Avoid Pitta-aggravating foods like spicy, heavy, and oily foods, as well as tea and coffee.
Avoid refined foods, refined sugar, junk food, and alcoholic and carbonated drinks.
Increase intake of fresh fruits, green leafy vegetables, and vegetable juice prepared from lettuce, carrot, capsicum, and alfalfa.
Avoid using chemical products on the hair. Try herbal oils and shampoos instead.
Mix powdered Indian gooseberry (amla) and sesame seeds in equal amounts. Take 1 teaspoon twice a day with water.
What is acne?
Acne [pimples] is an inflammatory skin disease, which affects millions of people throughout the world. The eruptions usually occur on the face, but can also affect the arms, back and chest.
What causes acne?
The oil producing glands in the skin are called the sebaceous glands. The hormone testosterone acts on these glands at puberty leading to increased secretion of sebum. The dead cells, bacteria and sebum form a plug at the outlet of the pilosebaceous follicle. The plug formed on the surface of the skin appears as a black dot-the ‘ blackhead’. If the plug remains just below the skin it appears as a whitish elevation-the ‘whitehead’. Sometimes, the plugged follicle bursts or becomes inflamed leading to the formation of small or large solid bumps, pus pimples [pustules] and cavities containing a sticky fluid [cysts].
When does acne start?
Acne usually starts with comedones at puberty i. E. Between 10 and 12 years of age, when the greasiness of the skin starts. It affects both boys and girls. Severe acne leading to scarring can occur in both sexes though commoner in men. Acne often reaches its peak between 13 and 19 years of age. Later it generally starts subsiding, though it may persist until the early or mid-twenties. Sometimes acne starts or reappears in mid-thirties when hormonal influences play a major role.
Is it hereditary?
When a person suffers from severe acne it is often found that one or both of his or her parents have had it like this; however this is not always so.
Does diet influence acne?
High caloric food can trigger or exacerbate existing acne. But here I want to put the fact that a high glycemic index diet act as single edged sword but milk and milk products act as double edged sword. So if you have serious type acne then you have to give up your love for milk. And also if if you are convinced that a particular food exacerbates acne then it might be worthwhile avoding the same. Have healthy food habits and eat a lot of fresh fruits, vegetables, salads and drink a lot of water.
Do I have to avoid cosmetics if I have acne?
Greasy [oil based cosmetics] block the pores on the skin and tend to bring on or increase preexisting acne. The same applies to moisturizers that are too heavy and may block the skin pores. A sudden bout of acne following facials, clean-up, bleaching ect…is common.
Can drugs cause acne?
Pills [oral contraceptives] can sometimes aggravate acne. Steroids, inh [given for tuberculosis] and anti-epileptics like phenobarbitone can produce acne. Topical steroids applied on the face often triggers acneform eruptions after they are withdrawn.
Are there any other predisposing factors?
A shower of new lesions often occurs a few days prior to the onset of menstruation in females. Tight fitting jeans may occlude the ducts leading to acne on the buttocks and thighs. Prolonged wearing of helmets can lead to pimples on the forehead. Both acne and dandruff occur on greasy skin and can coexist.
Why should acne be treated at all?
Acne can produce pustules and cysts, which can lead to pemanent disfiguring scars if left, untreated. Acne can scar not only the skin but also the psyche. It can produce low self-esteem, self-consciousness, anxiety, depression and introvert personality. Clear skin helps tremendously in boosting the self-confidence of an individual.
What is the right treatment for acne?
Consult your dermatologist for a proper scientific treatment. There are some general instructions to be followed by the patients:
1) wash your face 3-4 times daily with soap and water.
2) the scalp should be cleansed 2-3 times a week preferably with shampoo.
3) avoid all greasy cosmetics on the face.
4) do not squeeze pimples. It can cause severe scarring.
There are several topical agents and oral medications available for successful treatment which your doctor will decide. You may need long courses of antibiotics for several months in severe acne. For resistant, severe recalcitrant acne your doctor may suggest a medication called isotretinoin.
But you should have a lot of patience and take medications and take medications in the correct doses prescribed and for a proper length of time. Remember that it might take several weeks for acne medication to take effect and the face to clear.
I ignored my acne and now I have scars. Can you do something for my scars?
It is always better to prevent scars by proper and early treatment of severe acne. Your doctor will advise you on treatment available for marks
Hair loss is a prime concern for many men and women these days – whether it is genetic, due to stress, bad haircare or any medical condition. But with advances in the field and adequate research, various new techniques have cropped up in the market which can combat the condition with ease. Platelet-rich plasma or prp, is showing impressive results in reversing hair loss.
Prp is a non-surgical therapeutic hair restoration option. It is suitable for both men and women. It is a state-of-the-art, totally natural, alternative medical procedure used for the treatment of hair loss or hair thinning. It is an injectable treatment which uses the patient’s own blood.
Prp has been in use in the medical field for two deprp has been in use in the medical field for two decades, and offers some promising potential for stimulating hair growth. However, no definitive studies yet exist that confirms its efficacy.
Advantages of prp therapy-
Prp can be helpful in:
- Slowing the rate of hair loss
- Regrowing thinning hair to be thicker and full
- Boosting the health and condition of the scalp
- Stimulating collagen levels
- Preparing the scalp for hair transplantation