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Hi. I am 24 years male. Staying in bangalore. I get pimples in my face. After pimples are gone. Black spots and small holes are left behind. White heads are also creating problem on nose. What should be done for these? Please provide proper solution.
What kind of food is better to reduce dandruff and pimples. What abot the diet during the gym training and cycling and all.
1.I'm suffering from skin problem. On my chest and back there are pimples of red color but remains the same size. Become rushing in summers. Not getting any solution. Try a lot of medicines. So all in vain. Some Dr. Says its hormonal. 2.my mother's has thigh to hip pain. Sitting problem all medicines used but all in vain.
I am over 19. But there is barely any facial hair growth except few on my lower jaw. What should I do?
Sir I am dark but normally dark people also have fair palm but since I was 17 or 18 I have been noticing my palm is also dark a little fair I had all the blood test they are all ok why is my palm of hand and legs dark not as of other dark people.
My head getting itching often and often, previously when I applied Rich Godrej hair dye cream, I was get itching, then after applied coconut oil ,stopping, but even applied also having this problem. I don't have dandruff or any other problem. Please advise, allopathic or Ayurvedic medicine.
I am becoming very thin from last month. And I have dark circles on my eyes what do you think. What is the problem.
Whenever I touch my left thigh or any cloth touches it. I feel burning sensation. What can I do Now?
I am having continuous cystic acne on my face. Like two red acnes combined into one. Can yu pls suggest some remedy as well as medication to. It would be really helpful. Pls do help.
The skin around the eyes is usually one of the first areas to show signs of aging. There are four noticeable changes that occur around our eyes as we get older. These are:
- Sagging upper eyelids
- Eye bags
- Scleral show
There are many causes for these conditions and they affect each person differently. While some people show signs of aging early, others continue to look youthful for longer.
Let's take a look at four common causes for our eyes to show signs of aging:
- Loss of fat and bone tissue: As we age, the fat in our facial muscles begins to clump up and shifts downwards. As this happens skin begins to sag. The loss of fat is also accompanied by a loss in bone tissue. This makes the skin under the eyes sag further as they lose their underlying support. A loss of fat and bone tissue also leads to hollow surfaces on the skin which results in dark circles.
- Loss of collagen: Collagen is a protein that gives the skin its strength and structure. It is also important in the production of new skin cells. Collagen production is affected by a number of factors such as exposure to UV radiation, smoking and high sugar intake. While these are controllable factors, one uncontrollable factor that affects the production of collagen is aging. As the number of candles on our birthday cakes increases, the production of collagen reduces. With the loss of collagen, skin becomes thinner and veins become more visible. This also results in a thinner epidermis that makes fine lines appear and causes wrinkles around the eyes.
- Loss of elasticity: Along with collagen the other protein responsible for the firmness of skin is elastin. Elastin helps the skin return to its original state after being stretched or pinched. As we grow older, the production of elastin is also reduced. This loss of elasticity is visible around the eyes as skin begins to droop. The eyelid muscles are also one of the most used muscles in our body. We use them unconsciously every time we open and close our eyes, squint, wink etc. As the amount of elastin is reduced the eyelid skin no longer returns to its normal state every time it is used. Thus it triggers the appearance of wrinkled skin around the eyes.
- Weak muscles: Muscles also grow weaker as we get older. This causes the fat sacks to protrude through the skin leading to bags under the eyes and puffiness. A weak levator muscle responsible for lifting the upper eyelids can also cause the eyelid to appear droopy.