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How get away pores in face? Is cosmetic surgery is best? I have pores in my right and left side of my face. So how to ride away that.
My problem is last 1y back my skin colour is white. Now my skin colour become dark lightly how to come back my previous skin colour please give me rite solution. I have tea habit daily 4 to 5 times I drink tea I don't have enough sleep tooo last 1y these things also effects my skin colour.
I have pimples my face and I was used a face wash then also my face become oily and pimples are growing what should I do.
I personally love winters. The chilly season makes me feel fresh and alive. Cozy jumpers, boots, scarves, and what not!
But, unfortunately, winter is the time when our skin does not like to cooperate with us.
If you feel cosmetics and creams are very expensive in the market, home remedies can help provide you moisturized skin during winter. In winter, many of us face the dry skin problem. In the winter the moisture in the skin goes down and skin becomes dry.
As soon as possible dry skin can be treated. During winter, our skin tends to get dry due to the wind blowing outside.
During these months, our skin tends to get dry, itchy, and dull due to lack of moisture. We usually look around for good cold creams and body butters to moisturize dry skin.
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Hot showers and baths always feel good in the winter, but when you can, particularly when just washing your face or hands, choose lukewarm water to avoid stripping as many oils away from the skin.
We human are needed to take different types of precautionary measure of our skin and health when weather and climate changes to protect us.
Winter skin care tips for men women
Try to take the necessary diet in the winter. Try to add the fruit and fruit juice to your diet.
Apply the petroleum jelly on the face, lips, hands, legs.
Do not take the hot water baths. The hot water takes out the moisture in the skin then skin becomes dry. So try to avoid the hot and long baths in winter.
The chapped lips are one of the problems in this winter. Apply the petroleum to the chapped lips.
Use the lip scrubs for the lip care in the winter.
Dry skin is the major problem in the winter. Use the natural moisturizer in the winter.
Try to cover the most of the body with the clothes. Do not expose the skin to the cold air.
Do not apply the makeup products with high alcoholic content. Do not use the beauty and hair styling products too much in winter.
Use the natural moisturizers like butter, oils, glycerin, etc, in the winter. Not to choose the chemical moisturizers.
Try to add the vitamin a, vitamin e rich foods in your diet.
Stay hydrated in the winter. Try to take the juices and drinks.
This how we actually do we feel look like doing in winter's but this is not how we should protect our skin.
I am 20 years old guy, With a fairly good health but my face colour had really turned dull! I was fairly whitish as a child! But no more now! suggest me something to get fairly white effectively. Thats not genetically coz everyone in my home has a fair complexion. And moreover my under hair skin and under eyebrow skin is quite too white compared to my face! Thankyou.
My name is sent and I really would want to know how can I get rid of my chicken pox scars, o n my nose. It's very dark.
Hello sir. My sister is suffering from lucoderma. May I know that my sister will get come back in normal life. Her 60% skin become white.
Sir I have tiny antral ulcer. My only problem is mild fresh blood in stool since 1 month. No pain or itching. Sometime burning after passed stool. Sir what is the reason of blood in stool? I am very much fear. Pls sir help me. Do I have any investigation?
My name is radha. My skin colour is dark. I want change fair complexion. Can I use haridrakhand for fair skin. If it is taken what precaution I have to take. Can you please suggest the best medicine and creams with out any side effects. Please because my sister is fair she always insulted about my colour. So can you please help me.
I have pimples, blemishes and sunspots over my face. My skin is oily. What should I do to get rid of all these? Suggest me any natural way.
Hello sir, I have fungal infection on ma shoulders and back .i havr taken a sertazole cream which prescribed by a doctor friend And the most common which I had from past 10 years that the acne its controlled now but still dark spot n most commonly the dry push undr ma skin sometimes I pressed ma skin so its comes out like a dry peel which is .having a bad odour. Pls try to give me some suggestions as I am no longer living in india .m here in Philippines where the pharmacy is really very costly. Yr respond will be highly obliged. Thank you.
I have dark circle under eyes. I do not spend much time on TV or computer. But currently in in study phase. What to do to remove them? Are they curable?
When I go to toilet, while pooping. Blood is dripping from my anus. It is happening for about 2 days. And it starts when the stool comes. At that time there is a little pain when the stool comes. What is the reason for it? It has happened to me earlier when I was 9 years old. That happened to me because I gave too much stress while pooping. For abt 5 days my diet is little messed up and I had to eat noodles n fast food like it n all. So I had to give stress. Is that the reason? Is it dangerous? What should I do? Is there any medicines or medication I have to take? Should I worry abt it? Will the blood loss effect my health?
The skin produces a natural oil known as sebum from the sebaceous glands. This acts as a protective layer and is passed out through the multiple, minute pores. With the teenage years seeing excessive hormones, excessive sebum is produced which clogs the pores, and the underlying sebum may not be released from the glands. In some cases, there could also be bacteria trapped in these acne. In severe cases, there can be extreme pain and pus formation. The acne can be quite large in size and may leave marks, which often take a long time to disappear.
Though acne affects any age group, it is most common in the teenage years and is attributed to the hormones called androgens. In women, there is also a hormonal correlation where acne is more common with menstrual cycles, pregnancy and polycystic ovaries – all conditions associated with increased hormone levels.
Before heading out for medical help, the following are some tips to manage acne.
Avoid touching it or picking it. Else it will result in a faster spreading of the infection to the surrounding areas.
Use ice cubes on the acne as they help reduce redness and swelling by lowering the blood supply.
Learn to keep calm as stress increases hormonal release and thereby acne.
Do regular exercises. A good workout routine helps by keeping your skin clean and the pores open. There is a more frequent clearing of sebum leading to reduced acne.
Maintain a healthy eating pattern. Avoid oily food items, which only add to the oiliness of the skin. Sugars again are proven to be harmful for acne.
Follow a proper sleep routine as it will relax your muscles and keep you calm.
Use mild detergents for washing pillow covers and towels, which are often used on the skin.
Frequent washing, regular moisturizing, and exfoliating should be a part of your skin care routine. Avoid heavy chemicals and adhere to one regimen with as many natural substances as possible.
Medications would be required in more severe cases, where there is infection along with pain.
Topical products would include creams, gels or lotions with retinoids like tretinoin, tazarotene and adapalene. In some cases, topical antibiotics like clindamycin or erythromycin combined with benzoyl peroxide are used. Light therapy, laser resurfacing, dermabrasion, chemical peels and steroid injections can be used to remove acne scars, which may be very concerning cosmetically.
Very severe cases may require a systemic antibiotic course with doxycycline and minocycline. Birth control pills may be used in some to regulate hormonal levels.
Despite all this, let nature take its own course, and in majority of the cases, acne runs its course and settles down with the passage of teenage years. Try the next level therapy only if absolutely required. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a dermatologist.