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I am 23. I have pimples, dark circles and holes. How can I remove pimples, dark circles and holes on my face. Please suggest me.
I have pimples on my face So I want to remove from my face So please give me the perfect medicine name.
Hello Doctor, I have a dandruff problem. If that happens I will get patches in head, face and eyebrow too, they also come out as flakes. I used many shampoos to control the dandruff but it does not work. Also I apply cream to get the patches clear from my face as well. Please help me out to get rid of this dandruff issue.
Hello sir I have some problem relative to hair and skin don't know how sir I m just 21 year old but my some hair are white and eyes me bhi jalan rahti h thodi what can I do improve this problem.
I am 23years old, past 6years I have pimples problem and also pimple scares in full face so help me doctor.
Hi, I am 20 years old. Most of the time I faced the head pain due hair fall or whitening of hairs and I have to take tablets for this. So is there any proper treatment or medicines or oil for solving the issue I have faced?
Hello ! My face has got Melasma (pigmented spots ) and tried all the medication but of no use .what should I do , to get it removed (its been 4-5 yrs). It sometime gets lighter but the very next day go very dark over cheeks n forehead. Can you suggest any medication that can help in removal of this pigmented spots .which are kind of irritating. Thanks a lot.
I have lost my gf few days ago. She was so close to me. I am not treating well now. I am feeling hopeless, depressed, annoyed. I am losing my mental stability.
Corns and calluses are defined as thickened and hardened areas of the skin, which are formed due to excess pressure, friction or rubbing in a particular area. They generally form at the bottom of the feet and can cause discomfort and pain while walking. Corns usually form on the sides and tops of toes. There are several variants of corn such as hard corn, soft corn and seed corns. Calluses typically form in areas which undergo high friction. It can appear on hands and feet. Read on to find more about corns and calluses.
1. In some cases, corns or calluses may form due to improper walking motion but in most cases corns and calluses form due to wearing shoes which fit in an improper manner.
2. High heels in particular are a major reason for the formation of corns and calluses. Other reasons include foot deformities or wearing shoes and sandals without socks.
3. Corns and calluses have a risk of being infected by bacteria which causes the infected region to secrete pus or fluid.
There are different types of corns and calluses and each of them have different symptoms during their formation.
1. A callus is a small patch of dead skin which can form anywhere in the body but usually in places which undergo friction.
2. A hard corn is a patch of hard skin which is located outside the little toe or on top of a toe.
3. A soft corn is a sensitive red patch of skin which is typically found between toes.
4. A seed corn is a painful patch of dead skin which typically forms on the ball of the foot or on the heel.
If you have developed a corn or a callus it is advisable to consult a doctor as they can correctly differentiate between warts and calluses. Use of moleskin around the corn or callus usually reduces the pressure from the affected region. Oral antibiotic medication can also be prescribed by your physician. Certain moisturising creams also help treating corns and calluses. Opt for stronger moisturising creams after consulting your doctor if regular ones are not helping. In certain instances corns and calluses may need to be surgically removed.