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Bohut bal (hair) jhar rahe hai homeopathy doctor dikhaya fir bhi kuch fayda nahi hua. Jab bhi shampoo karta hu hath pura balo (hair) se bhar jata hai. please kuch suggeste kijiye bal jharne or re hair regrowth k liye. please sir.
My hair is continuously falling. I have used a lot of medicine but all fail to control it. What should I do ?
My husband has dark circles. He has tried all ointments last one was wunder eye cream which did not work. He has sleep of 7 hours. Healthy and fit. Can help.
Please say some supplements or multivitamins to buy from online stores for hair and face improvement having it healthy.
Hello doc, my skin is very dull, even I have dark circles, I used all types of cosmetic but there is no use, can you suggest me any home made product.
Hello I am 19 years old and have got white marks left on my skin for many months after a laser procedure gone wrong I guess. My skin got burnt due to the wrong laser usage and when the burns healed, it left my skin with ugly white patches near my lips and cheeks. I wont deny that the marks have reduced but still I want them to go off permanently. The dermatologist whom I have been consulting for some months due to this scars advised me to get a chemical peel done on my skin. Will that help? should I go for it? please help.
Hello sir, I nainesh patel, 29 male working as a medical rep in johnson & johnson. I have sudden hairfall problem since last 2 yrs. Hair density has declined. Hair has become thin. How should I approach? Please guide.
I have a small pores on face and how to reduce pores so to make face smooth without pores .please suggest me to rid pores.
Hello, my age is 20. I have acne prone skin. Last year my derma doc gave me a 3 months course of isotretinoin after which I had a great relief from acne n also my skin got dry. Now once again my skin has started becoming a bit oily. So what should I do to keep my skin clean, clear and glowing. Please do reply.
I have hair loss problem. And I tried a lot of types of hair oil n shampoo n treatment course but does not stop the problem.
I have pimples on face these pimple are more on forehead or nose these these pimples are red in color so which face wash I use.
Pimples on my face for a long time and darkspots and blackheads too. My face's colour does not match with my rest body it is darker. When I use Tenovate-M cream at night my face gets clear. Is there any substitute of this cream as a local doctor in my city told that this cream is not can be used for a long time and may cause any problem. Please suggest me some medicine for getting clear face, get rid of pimple, blackheads and darkspots. My HB is 12.5 gm.
As my pimple us due to infections, kindly suggest me a homeopathy medicine for these to be cured, n have a smooth n glowing skin.
Most girls and boys on attaining puberty face the problems of oily skin almost indiscriminately. Oil with all its undertones of nourishment and care might accost you positively yet an excess is never good. An oily skin can result in problems like pimples, acne or skin pigmentation. The greasiness of a frying pan is surely not desirable on your tender, soft skin. To remedy the case, one should seek professional medical guidance. Visiting the dermatologist can control excess oil secretions while preventing you from acne or acne scars.
Reasons behind an oily skin and subsequent acne formations:
- Seborrhea: Oily skin is a condition that is prevalently referred to as seborrhea. Puberty may or may not lead to seborrhea; it is usually known to accelerate the effect of androgen on your oil glands thus making your skin sticky.
- Lifestyle Problems: The kind of lifestyle you lead plays a major role in deciding the texture of your skin. Having junk food or processed sugar in excess could contribute to an oily skin.
- Hair Oil Habits: Oiling one's hair very frequently and leaving the oil to settle for more than an hour could be a causal factor as well. An oily scalp may lead to the development of acne on your forehead and on the rest of your face.
- Bacterial build-up on Oily Skin: An oily surface tends to attract dirt and grime. Therefore, a skin with excess oil will have a higher concentration of bacteria that further cause pimples and acne.
- Blocked Pores: Overactive oil glands are capable of blocking the pores on your skin. This prevents the skin from breathing. Chances of acne or other skin disorders are higher in such a situation.
Ways to deal with oily skin and acne:
- Go by the doctor's directions- If you have already seen a dermatologist you should follow his instructions and make necessary adjustments.
- Clean your face at least twice daily to rid yourself of unnecessary oil.
- Use skin care products which specifically suit your requirements and don't buy into the hoax of marketing.
If you are confused about what to use, talk to your dermatologist and get a specific set of products or ingredients that should be in those products. Use these as a guide in determining your future purchases as well.
Non-surgical cosmetic procedures are non-invasive procedures that make the skin look smoother and unblemished. These include dental cosmetic procedures as well, which are carried out to make your teeth look whiter and properly aligned.
Since surgical procedures are complicated with certain risk factors involved, they may not always be the preferred choice. This is when non-surgical procedures come in. Non-surgical cosmetic procedures can reduce wrinkles, alter the appearance of the lips, remove blemishes, moles and thread veins and even smooth the surface of the skin.
What are the types of non-surgical treatments you can opt for?
There are several types of non-surgical treatments. The commonly-used ones include:
Botox or botunilaum toxin type a is treatment used for removing skin blemishes. It is injected into a particular part of the face to reduce fine lines and wrinkles that usually appear at middle age. It is very popular as people consider it as an effective and relatively safer procedure compared to other invasive procedures.
• Dermal fillers
Dermal fillers are injections that are used to fill in wrinkles and creases on the skin surface. They also play a part in increasing the volume and size of the lips.
Chemical peels are specifically designed liquids that remove dead skin cells on the surface of the skin and accelerate the growth of new cells. They improve the general appearance of the skin, reduce uneven pigmentation and eliminate acne. There are three types of chemical peels - superficial, medium and deep.
• Non-surgical laser treatments
These forms of treatment are usually used to remove unwanted hair on the face and body, and to remove tattoos from the skin surface. In laser hair removal treatment, a laser beam is used to heat the small cavities in the skin from which the hair grow out. This process damages the follicles and reduces the growth of hair.
Microdermabrasion is a procedure in which fine crystals and vacuum are used to remove dead cells from the skin surface. It successfully eliminates wrinkles and skin blemishes.
What are the risks?
Non-surgical procedures are less harmful than surgical procedures. However, over correction can be difficult to treat, as well as asymmetrical placement of fillers and allergic reactions to the procedures. You should discuss the allergies and other potential complications of the procedure with the doctor. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Cosmetic/Plastic Surgeon.