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I am a 27 year old female. I have hereditary dark circles which are very prominent. I also have mild depression/sunkenness. Is laser an effective method to get rid of the dark circles? Can they be completely removed? Is it permanent? What are the risks? Thank you.
Having skin infection like this in the picture...
Possibly fungal or bacterial infection...
Protecting our skin from sun
Come summer, and sun begins to take its toll on indians, their skin to be precise. As the temperatures soar to 44 in the season, several people complain of skin-related disorders, all caused due to exposure to sun. While an exposure to sun harms people across all age groups, those with highly photosensitive skin and children are most susceptible to skin damage during summers.
The strong rays of the sun are undoubtedly damaging to human skin while its ultra-violet radiation is all the more harmful to us. Cases of dryness of the skin, spotting or pigmentation, freckles, skin pigmentation, sun tanning, appearance of reddish elevated patches on the exposed parts and lip pigmentation are common in summers. Photodermatitis is the most often complaint in summers. Signs and symptoms of photodermatitis are itchy bumps, blisters, or raised areas. Lesions that resemble eczema, hyperpigmentation, darkened discoloration compared to one’s normal skin tone, outbreaks in areas of the skin exposed to sunlight, pain, redness and swelling.
Today we find ourselves being cautious and protective of everything around us. There are some effective and natural ways to eliminate the worries of summer time.
Homoeopathy is one of the safest forms of the first-aid available. It uses a unique approach to health and healing by addressing both the symptoms of the problem and the person concerned. It also has a unique ability to treat chronic as well as acute skin disorders very effectively.
Homoeopathic medicines do not suppress these skin conditions but try to treat them from its source, thereby annihilating the disease in totality
Homoeopathic medicine belladonna is very beneficial for treating the initial stages when burning starts.
If blisters form, then homoeopathic medicine cantharis should be used.
Sulphur is a very important homoeopathic medicine when skin disorder results from an exposure to sun. It is also very helpful in chronic skin disorders like eczema, psoriasis, etc, which aggravate in summers.
But evaluation by a professional homoeopath is a must for correct selection of the medicine and potency.
On many articles I read on internet, it says to apply sunscreen every time you get out of house to avoid damage to skin by uv rays. Is it true? or it is just marketing the use of sunscreen. If it's true then applying chemical sunscreen frequently can also have adverse effects. So what should I do?
Im having some black patches on right hand fingers from last one year. L thought it as some sun burns n gonna cure after a couple of days but it did not so please give me some prescriptions or suggestions.
I am fair. Before use coming and Which shop use after coming because my skin dal (back) face and body please help me.
Hi, I have been using epilator for last 3 years for hands and legs. I see that that the skin tone has darkened for hands. Even for my legs I have peeled off few unfold hairs which has left mark and looks bad when I wear any short dresses. Can you please suggest remedy for these?
Hey I have problem of molluscum contagious well they are small in size but they are spreading day by day Doctor's recommended creams and antiseptics nothing works Please recommend some suggestions.
I have tiny holes on my face from that whiteheads are occurring what should I do to make my facialnskin normal?
I am female in my face has full of pimples how to remove the pimples and how to improve skin tone fully fairly.
The term exfoliative dermatitis literally means peeling or shedding of the skin. It is also known as erythroderma. This condition is characterized by the reddening and peeling away of large patches of skin all over the body. The skin may also turn rough and scaly and feel painful or itchy. Exfoliative dermatitis is caused by a skin cell disorder, which causes a rapid turnover in skin cells. People suffering from chronic skin conditions such as psoriasis, autoimmune diseases, eczema and seborrheic dermatitis are at a high risk of suffering from this condition.
Apart from affecting a person’s appearance, the shedding of skin cells can also cause dehydration and nutritional deficiencies especially of protein and vitamin A and D. The loss of skin cells also makes you vulnerable to serious infections and damage to muscles and bones. It can also lead to hair loss and thickening of nails. Thus it is important to treat this condition as early as possible.
Treatment for this condition depends on a number of factors including the patient’s age, overall health, tolerance to specific types of medication and procedures and extent of reaction. When treating this disease, it is important to identify the root cause as it resists treatment until the root cause has been treated. To do this, a skin biopsy may be needed along with a physical examination and blood tests.
Patients suffering from acute exfoliative dermatitis may also require hospitalization. Hospitalization may also be suggested for elderly patients or people living alone. This is in cases where the condition has affected the patient’s fluid levels and internal body temperature. Emergency treatment can include:
- Discontinuation of medications that may be causing this condition as a side effect
- Application of petroleum jelly on the affected area to reduce fluid loss and prevent secondary infections
- Non adherent dressing of the affected areas if the skin is crusting or weeping
- Correction of body temperature through cooling baths or heated blankets
- Antibiotics and intravenous fluids to combat dehydration
If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a dermatologist and ask a free question.